Donald_Keyman6241 karma2016-11-29 17:29:51 UTC
While we wait, here are some popular TILs for fun reading on the CoS.
TIL that in 1995 the Church of Scientology imprisoned, dehydrated and starved a mentally ill woman for 17 days until she died.
TIL a boy died from a gunshot wound while visiting his Scientologist father. It was declared suicide, however the boys prints were not on the gun, the bullet was missing, his laptop data was deleted and his father called David Miscavige's sister before 911.
TIL Police in Clearwater, FL received 161 calls to 911 from the rooms of the Fort Harrison Hotel within a span of 11 months. Each time, Scientology security denied them entry, insisting there was no emergency.
TIL Due to South Park's Scientology episode, the Church of Scientology hired people to spy on Matt and Trey to find something on them to use for blackmail. The Church became frustrated when their investigation turned up nothing but the fact that they're pretty normal people.
TIL that the Church of Scientology tried to frame an author critical of them for terrorism
TIL In 2009, Wikipedia banned The Church of Scientology from editing any articles.
TIL when the Church of Scientology first moved to Clearwater, Florida their plan was to take over the entire city. They were stopped by an expose in the St. Petersburg Times.
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Donald_Keyman2145 karma2016-11-29 17:47:43 UTC
Yeah yeah, we totally saw her... She was hanging with Kim's wife, honest
Donald_Keyman967 karma2016-11-29 17:51:26 UTC
2 years from now
TIL Leah Remini was last heard from after doing a Reddit AMA about Scientology
Donald_Keyman568 karma2014-09-17 17:58:02 UTC
On a scale of "maybe if I was Asian" to "that's actually me" how much do you think you look like this guy?
Donald_Keyman439 karma2016-11-29 17:49:57 UTC
Are Sea Org members almost completely cut off from outside influence? Trying to sort out how the brain-washing can be so deep.
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