Scientology private eye found guilty of contempt after judge sees alleged rape on video - 2022-04-04

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F347.png Scientology private eye found guilty of contempt after judge sees alleged rape on video April 4, 2022, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Former NYPD detective and Scientology private eye Yanti Mike Greene has been found guilty of both criminal and civil contempt by a Nassau County judge after she got the chance to view video Greene had taken of an incident a woman alleges was a sexual assault.

Finding that Greene was not credible after two days of testimony that took place in June and February, Nassau Supreme Court Judge Sharon Gianelli found for plaintiffs David Smith and Susanne Gold-Smith, penalizing Greene the maximum fine for criminal contempt, $1,000, and ordering him to pay the Smiths $21,998.83 in attorneys fees, plus additional fees that will be submitted by the Smiths.

In a February hearing, Susanne's attorney Daniel Szalkiewicz had indicated that they would be asking for more than $300,000 in total attorneys fees and costs, and it looks like Greene may be on the hook for it all.

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Scientology private eye found guilty of contempt after judge sees alleged rape on video | url = https://tonyortega.org/2022/04/04/scientology-private-eye-found-guilty-of-contempt-after-judge-sees-alleged-rape-on-video/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = April 4, 2022 | accessdate = April 19, 2023 }}