Video: Paul Haggis Exposes Scientologists And Tom Cruise
2023 Author: Vanessa Dutton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 16:02
Hollywood director and screenwriter Paul Haggiswho wrote, in particular, "Casino Royale" and "Quantum of Solace", gave a candid interview to New Yorker magazine, in which he exposed the Church of Scientology and two of its most famous leaders - Tom Cruise and David Mickiewicz … Haggis's interview was so shocking that the FBI got interested in him and decided to start an investigation into the activities of the church. The use of free labor and slavery are brought forward as charges.
Haggis was an adherent of Scientology for 34 years, but now he decided to leave the bosom of this church and reveal its secrets and sinking its head David Miscavige, along with his best friend Tom Cruise. So, according to Haggis, Mitskevich hired people for dirty and hard work: repairing houses and motorcycles, yachts for Cruise and the church. The workers received $ 50 a week for their labor.
Also, many former church members argue that Mitskevich leads a luxurious lifestyle - while, according to the law, he has no right to engage in commercial activities, because his organization is exempt from paying taxes. Meanwhile, Miscavige flies private jets, wears handmade shoes and boasts a huge collection of expensive cars and motorcycles, and employs two chefs.
Moreover, Haggis's article and interview speaks of a kind of "correctional camp" for errant Scientologists who are sent for correction. One of these poor fellows Bruce Hines, was corrected in a similar camp for six years. “When I was brought to the camp in 1995, there were 12 of us,” says Bruce. - And in 200 - already one hundred and twenty."
The Church of Scientology, in an official statement, of course, denies all charges and claims that it does not know anything about the FBI investigation. The Church also insists that all the material in the magazine is based on a lack of evidence and evidence. At the same time, the author of the material, Lawrence Wright, reports that two FBI sheep came to him and assured that the case was opened and the investigation was ongoing. The Church continues to insist that the New Yorker were irresponsible in using their sources and wrote false information.
There are no details of this case yet. In this light, it is interesting what will become of Paul Haggis: it will be necessary to closely follow his fate. And how will Tom Cruise get out of this whole story, even if it turns out to be false. As they say, spoons were found, but the sediment remained …
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