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Posted 02 July 2012 - 11:54 AM

Scientologist spies allegedly deployed against Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes fears Scientologists are spying on her after her split from Tom Cruise.

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Holmes has filed for divorce from her superstar husband Tom Cruise, ending a six-year marriage that produced one daughter and captivated celebrity watchers worldwide.

Holmes filed papers in New York City on Thursday, citing irreconcilable differences and seeking sole custody of the couple's six-year-old daughter Suri in a move that came "out of the blue" for the "Mission: Impossible" actor, said one source with knowledge of the situation.

The Sun said that mysterious men were seen monitoring the street outside her home. The actress asked aides to take photographs of the alleged spies.

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch weighed in on the Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce story Sunday, saying he thinks Scientologists are "creepy" and possibly even evil.
The News Corporation chief urged his Twitter followers to watch the story, which broke on Friday when Holmes announced she was filing from divorce from Hollywood A-lister Cruise, a prominent member of the Church of Scientology.

"Watch Katie Holmes and Scientology story develop. Something creepy, maybe even evil, about these people," Murdoch said on his Twitter account, @rupertmurdoch.
The fairytale Hollywood couple's split was revealed when Holmes' publicist announced that the actress had filed for divorce after five years of marriage, ending an unexpected love story dogged by tabloid rumors.
A spokesman for Cruise said the "Mission Impossible" star was "deeply saddened" by the news, fueling reports that his wife's announcement had taken him by surprise.
Speculation about why Holmes wanted out has included suggestions she was concerned that Cruise was forcing their six-year-old daughter Suri deeper into the Church of Scientology.

The TMZ celebrity news website has reported that Holmes is seeking sole custody of Suri. Citing unnamed sources, it said she feared "that Tom would drag Suri deep into the church."
"We're told the couple had been arguing over Suri - that she's now of the age where Scientology becomes a significant part of her life," it said.
Murdoch's Scientology comment generated a surge of Twitter traffic, prompting another tweet: "Since Scientology tweet hundreds of attacks. Expect they will increase and get worse and maybe threatening.
"Still stick to my story," he added.
There was no immediate response to a request for comment from the Church of Scientology, or from publicists for Cruise or Holmes.



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/9369610/Scientologist-spies-allegedly-deployed-against-Katie-Holmes.html






Katie's Cruise kidnap fear as 'Scientology' goons eye building


She’s a prisoner in her own home.

Katie Holmes fears she can’t take one step without a Scientology goon following her every move in a heavy- handed intimidation attempt, multiple sources close to the actress told The Post yesterday.
The pretty actress last night was holed up in her Chelsea pad — terrified that soon-to-be-ex-hubby Tom Cruise might kidnap their little girl, law-enforcement sources said.
Holmes told another building resident of her abduction fear — and that neighbor called police on Friday, sources said.

But without Holmes phoning in the report herself — and Cruise known to be 2,600 miles away shooting a movie in Iceland — police couldn’t take any action.


Managers at Holmes’ plush Seventh Avenue building, though, have been put on alert for Cruise or any strangers who might want to get inside, the sources said.
Holmes, who filed for divorce from superstar Scientologist actor Cruise last week, knew this was coming, the sources said.

“Katie saw all the pressure. They [Scientologists] are professionals at pressuring people to be quiet,” said a friend of the actress after her bombshell divorce filing in Manhattan last week. “That’s why she did this [filed for divorce] in secret.”

A team of beefy armed men parked themselves in a white Cadillac Escalade outside Holmes’ place all day yesterday, snapping pictures of people outside the building and demanding to know who they were.

Cops finally pulled up in a marked NYPD squad car behind the SUV and checked out its Tennessee license plates. The officers said they were acting on complaints of “suspicious activity in a white Escalade” but did not elaborate. They spent about 15 minutes eyeing the SUV before leaving. At least two of the five men sitting in the SUV were clearly packing heat. When asked who they worked for, one wisecracked: “We’re waiting for a bus.”
A Holmes rep said the mystery men weren’t with the actress.
Cruise’s team denied the guards were working for the actor. A Scientology lawyer told TMZ the church is not tailing Holmes.
The actress and her daughter, Suri, were not seen in public all day yesterday.
Now that Suri, is 6, Holmes reportedly wants to take her as far away from Cruise’s Scientology pals as possible.
Holmes, who was born in Ohio and raised Catholic, is seeking full custody so that Suri can be shielded from alleged Scientology brainwashing, sources said.
“Suri is at the age where they are going to start educating her in Scientology centers and indoctrinating her into the religion,” Holmes’ pal said.
“Katie did convert when she and Tom were married, but she didn’t take to [Scientology]. Behind closed doors, and when the private planes and the red carpets were gone, she didn’t like it. And she decided she does not want that for Suri. ”
Holmes had been planning her marital escape for weeks, surreptitiously moving with Suri into the Chelsea apartment while Cruise was out of the country.
The box-office superstar Cruise was spotted working on the set of his movie “Oblivion” yesterday in Iceland.
Holmes told her neighbor she was afraid he’d charter a plane to get back to New York.
“[Holmes] did not want that much influence and power and control [from the Church of Scientology] over her child and didn’t want to go through with” her education in it, according to Holmes’ friend.
“She was not going to let that happen to her daughter. Katie does not want them making all the decisions for her child,” the source said.
Cruise’s first two wives, Mimi Rogers and Nicole Kidman, reportedly also had problems with the church’s hold on their then-husband.
Another former Hollywood wife, actress-photographer Carmen Llewellyn, who was married to “My Name is Earl” actor Jason Lee — a Scientologist — has said the reprisals are swift and brutal against spouses who leave mates who are in the church.
“I lost my manager and my career,” Llewellyn said in a published interview after her split from Lee. “People didn’t return my phone calls.
“Scientologists followed me down the street. They took pictures of my kids. They’d stake out my house, wait until we came our and follow us. They came looking for me to scare me.”
Cruise, who turns 50 tomorrow, and Holmes, 33, were married on Nov. 18, 2006, in a lavish Italian ceremony.
Holmes reportedly signed a prenuptial deal that will give her $3 million for each year of marriage, meaning she could walk away with a cool $15 million — and a mansion in Santa Barbara County, Calif.


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Posted 02 July 2012 - 12:00 PM

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 12:08 PM

Tom Cruise is a good actor, but the man is coocoo.
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 12:21 PM

Tom Cruise is a good actor, but the man is coocoo.


This. He is basically ruining his life by this scientologist
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 12:27 PM

Katie Holmes Afraid Tom Would Ship Suri To Radical Scientology Org


The final straw in Katie Holmes' decision to file for divorce was that she was convinced Tom Cruise was going to send 6-year-old Suri away to a hardcore Scientology organization known as Sea Organization ... sources connected with Katie tell TMZ.

Sea Org, as it is known, is where the highest levels of Scientology are taught and kids as young as five can be sent to live there ... without their parents -- and our sources say Tom is a big fan.

Our sources say Katie and Tom had been arguing over Suri's indoctrination into Scientology -- and we're told the Sea Org was the flashpoint.

The Sea Org has been often compared to a boot camp and several ex-Scientologists (including Oscar winner Paul Haggis) have been outspoken against its military-like conditions. The Freewinds, the massive Scientology boat that was the location of Cruise's infamous birthday party in 2004, is entirely staffed by Sea Org members.

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According to the official Scientology website, members of Sea Org sign "a one-billion-year pledge to symbolize their eternal commitment to the religion and it is still signed by all members today."

Katie herself has first-hand knowledge of the Sea Org. When Holmes and Cruise first hooked up in 2005, Jessica Feshbach, a prominent Scientologist who had been with the Sea Org since 1994, was transferred and became Katie's assistant/Scientology chaperone. Feshbach, in one of Katie's first interviews after getting together with Cruise, was described by a writer for W magazine as "cold-eyed" and "a third-wheel."

In the end ... we're told Katie felt the only way to save Suri from being shipped off to Sea Org was to file for divorce and seek sole legal custody.

http://www.tmz.com/2012/07/02/tom-cruise-katie-holmes-divorce-suri-scientology-sea-org/


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Posted 02 July 2012 - 12:39 PM

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 06:06 PM

Scientology is the way, the truth and the life. Anyone who doesn't believe that is doomed to Oblivion. Where Mehrunes Dagon is waiting.
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 07:17 PM


What's the point of having an indoctrination camp on a ship? To escape legal jurisdictions of all countries?
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 07:31 PM

well at least she's not getting the treatment some other ex-scientologist that left the cult

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 07:48 PM

You know it's bad when...

"Media mogul Rupert Murdoch weighed in on the Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce story Sunday, saying he thinks Scientologists are "creepy" and possibly even evil."

And more on the schock squads:
http://www.dailymail...h-defector.html

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 08:25 PM

You know it's bad when...

"Media mogul Rupert Murdoch weighed in on the Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce story Sunday, saying he thinks Scientologists are "creepy" and possibly even evil."

And more on the schock squads:
http://www.dailymail...h-defector.html


You know it's real bad when, SCIENTOLOGY ABANDONED BY L. RON HUBBARD'S GRANDDAUGHTER AND DAVID MISCAVIGE'S FATHER
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 08:48 PM

you know its bad when miscavige's mother inlaw who stood 5'2 was able to commit "suicide" by shooting herself 3 times in the chest with a long barrelled rifle and who's own wife shelly miscavige has not been seen in public for 4 years
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 09:17 PM

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 09:19 PM

Scientology... It's F***in Scary!
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 09:32 PM

http://www.trilulilu...outh-park-style

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 10:02 PM










Videos on youtube of the local 'church' and the protesters. Some of these are pretty funny :P
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 10:25 PM

if were throwing anon's names in the mix you can't forget anonsparrow, scientology in there true form

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 10:31 PM

What a fudge packer.
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 10:33 PM

if were throwing anon's names in the mix you can't forget anonsparrow, scientology in there true form
http://youtu.be/wWHHaEsfKI8


lol , "your suppressive, stay away from my kids, you smell" ... people are straight cultists

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 11:07 PM










Good for Katie to get herself and her daughter away from these creeps.

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:30 AM

I am shocked, and almost sickened, by the fact that I agree with Rupert Murdoch on something.
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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:56 AM

Crazy religious people need to accept when people don't believe the church and get over it.
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Posted 03 July 2012 - 01:28 PM

'Beatings', sniper nests and a punishment block called ‘The Hole’: Inside Scientology’s strict Sea Org which Suri Cruise faced joining – and which drove her parents apart

  • -Scientology headquarters set in isolated, arid foothills 90 miles from LA
  • -Members 'banned from having children and paid $50 a week'
  • -Sea Org investigated by FBI looking into human trafficking
  • These pictures reveal the headquarters of Scientology's higher order where members pledge their allegiance for one billion years - and which may have cost Tom Cruise his marriage.
  • The prospect of sending six-year-old Suri to the Sea Organisation, or Sea Org as it is known, is what is said to have been the final straw for Katie Holmes before she filed for divorce.
    The clergy like group is run like a military clique from the Scientology Gold Base in California which has a sniper-style nest bunker on the site.

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  • Enclave: Gold Base, the Scientology camp on a 500-acre compound at San Jacinto in Riverside County, California


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  • All aboard: The masts of a ship-like structure next to a swimming pool at the isolated Gold Base compound in the Californian wilderness


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  • Headquarters: The Scientology base in California has a church, mansion, golf course accommodation and swimming pool

Members are banned from having children, are paid just $50 a week and can be punished for simply looking at somebody the wrong way by being thrown in ‘The Hole’ - two trailers set aside for punishment.
It has been investigated by FBI agents looking into human trafficking and one member claimed he was locked in a ship’s hold for 18 hours a day with no food.
Holmes is also said to have been alarmed at her daughter being pushed into an academy partly paid for by Will Smith which acts as a feeder to a school popular with Scientologists.


And according to interviews with former Scientologists and former Sea Org members, her fears appear to be well founded.
Sea Org is the Scientologist equivalent of a religious order and is thought to be around 6,000 strong.
In recent years ex-members including Oscar-winning director Paul Haggis have spoken out about the brutal regime which operates inside.
The one billion year pledge is supposedly to ‘symbolise their eternal commitment to the religion' but is made by children as young as 10, something Haggis likened to the treatment of ‘child slaves in Haiti’, he has told the New Yorker.
Members are paid just $50 a week and banned from leaving their base or they are tracked down by a special team who use emotional pressure or physical force to make them come back.



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Keeping watch: The Gold Base compound has razor-tipped fences, motion sensors and what appears to be a heavily camouflaged sniper-style nest bunker that over looks the entire property

Former Scientology security chief Gary Morehead has claimed that he tracked down more than 100 Sea Org members who left in his 13 years on the job using what he called a ‘blow drill’, referring to the techniques he employed to hunt people down.
If Sea Org members try to leave they are also given a ‘freeloader tab’ which is a bill for all the work they have received, and can run into six figures.
Under the influence of Scientology ‘elders’, Sea Org members are convinced to ‘volunteer’ for punishments which can include being given poor quality food, sleep deprivation or being banned from talking to anyone, ABC news has reported.
They can also involve manual labour, wearing black clothes to mark you out from everybody else - and can go on for years.
Then there are the alleged beatings at the hands of leaders and The Hole, two trailers which can hold up to 100 people forced to do group confessions all night.
In one episode detailed in an piece in the New Yorker, those put in The Hole were told that they had to play a game of musical chairs and only the person who won would be allowed to stay.
As the Queen hit ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ boomed out of the stereo, it took until 4am before there was a winner, by which time things turned violent with one chair being ripped in two.


Sea Org has also been dragged through the courts and in 1985 former member Lawrence Wollersheim sued for $25million after claiming he had been kept for 18 hours a day in a ship’s hold.
Left in the hold with no food and unable to sleep, he alleged that he suffered ‘emotional injury’ as a result of his ordeal.
He was awarded $30million though this was reduced to $2.5million on appeal.
In 2009 former Sea Org members Claire and Marc Headley sued the church after joining in their teens and falling in love.
She claimed to have been pressured into having two abortions because rules state she could not have children, although they lost the case.
Sea Org dates back to 1966 when Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard sought to take his followers on sea breaks to continue his research into the ‘upper levels of spiritual awareness’.
He bought several small ships and staffed them with a young crew of Scientologists and reportedly went looking for treasure he had hidden in a previous life.

Former Sea Org member Janis Grady has claimed that she was once on a boat with Hubbard who showed her a map with crosses on it and claimed there was buried treasure under each cross.
Sea Org is run out of Gold Base, which is the Scientology HQ located 90 miles east of Los Angeles in Gilman Hot Springs, California.
The 500-acre compound has a film studio called Golden Era Productions on which Cruise supposedly does some of his work.
The security measures are extreme and include motion sensors, razor tipped wire and what appears to be a camouflaged nest bunker with clear sightlines over the entire property.
There is also a golf course, accommodation blocks, education buildings and the $9.4million mansion which former members claim was built for the return of Hubbard, who died in 1986.
The school which supposedly alarmed Holmes was the New Village Leadership Academy in Calabasas, California, which has received a $1.2million from Smith as a donation..


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Donation: Will Smith, with wife Jada, gave $1.2million to the New Village Leadership Academ



His wife Jada Pinkett-Smith has denied it is a Scientology school and said that it would be ‘straight evil’ to suggest she was putting money into a education establishment which also sought to convert children to any religion

But while it is secular, multiple reports across media organisations in the US and the UK claim it does have ties to Scientology and uses ‘study technology’, which was created by Hubbard.
It also feeds into the $42,000 a year Delphian School in Oregon where as many as half the pupils are Scientologists, the Independent reported.
Among the pupils there are Connor and Isabella Cruise, 17 and 19, Cruise’s children with ex-wife Nicole Kidman.
Marty Rathbun, a former senior executive in Scientology told the Independent: ‘Suri is coming to an age where she gets educated enough to get locked into the faith.
‘That's why there's almost certainly truth in the consideration that schools have started coming into play in all this.’
Since announcing her divorce, Holmes has reportedly enrolled Suri in a Catholic school in New York.
Scientology spokesmen have denied the claims in the New Yorker article.
The organisation has also claimed that Suri is too young to join Sea Org, even though Cruise is its most high profile member.


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Posted 03 July 2012 - 01:37 PM

^ Not gonna lie, it looks like a nice place.
Aside from the snipers and motion sensors it could almost pass as a resort getaway.
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Posted 03 July 2012 - 01:43 PM

^ Not gonna lie, it looks like a nice place.
Aside from the snipers and motion sensors it could almost pass as a resort getaway.


Another Waco waiting to happen?
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Posted 03 July 2012 - 01:51 PM

^ Not gonna lie, it looks like a nice place.
Aside from the snipers and motion sensors it could almost pass as a resort getaway.


lol if you take a look at the amount of money they swindle from their "followers", damn right it better be nice.
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Posted 03 July 2012 - 01:57 PM

Another Waco waiting to happen?


Not any time soon - else why commit to "1 billion years"? ;)
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Posted 11 July 2012 - 09:10 AM

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Posted 11 July 2012 - 09:12 AM

"I'm free of an abusive cult, based on money & power that worships a fictional deity & safely back with the Catholic Church." -Katie Holmes


The irony is strong in this one.

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Posted 11 July 2012 - 09:17 AM

The irony is strong in this one.


Dammit, I was afraid this would happen. It was said by what turns out to be a comedian. Not true.
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Father (Peace be upon You) Satan (Peace be upon You), I call to you (Peace be upon You) from the deepest parts of my heart, I praise your (Peace be upon You) name with every breath of my body, I worship you (Peace be upon You) with every fiber of my being. You (Peace be upon You) shown me what true strength is. You (Peace be upon You) have shown me what true love is. Out of the darkness you (Peace be upon You) came to show me the true light.


My master (Peace be upon You), my father (Peace be upon You) and my friend (Peace be upon You) what a great gift that is.


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