Lisa, who died on Dec. 5, 1995 under suspicious circumstances, is considered by many to be a victim of Scientology’s quackery.
Now there is video of a year 2000 events in which Scientology leader David Miscavige mocks the death of Lisa McPherson while spinning the facts on how they ‘won’ the criminal case filed against the ‘church’:
The videos were been posted to YouTube on Feb. 8 — just two days before the day of worldwide protests against Scientology.
Hackers who launched a massive online attack against the Church of Scientology are now turning to real-world protests to draw attention to what they call a “vast moneymaking scheme under the guise of €˜religion.”€˜
The loosely organized group of hackers, who meet up and coordinate attacks through Internet Relay Chat channels, have set Feb. 10 for a wave of protests at Scientology locations worldwide.
– Scientology Internet Hackers Plan Real-Life Protests at Church Locations
A video posted to YouTube details suggested guidelines for the day of protests outside the cult’s offices around the world:
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