Scientology’s worldwide leader David Miscavige says Scientology can offer its followers greater ability in all areas of life, rid people of negativity, and make them “clear.” But some former members of the Sea Organization, or Sea Org (Scientology’s version of clergy — the group of people who essentially run the church), including a niece of Miscavige, see another side to the religion. They spoke to “Nightline” about how they became increasingly disillusioned with the Church of Scientology, until they decided it was time to leave.
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In the interview, Jenna Miscavige Hill gives her account of her life growing up in Scientology, how she became disillusioned with the Church, and why she finally decided to leave.
“Some of us have lost our families due to Scientology’s Disconnection Policy, some of us have experienced physical abuse, and some of us were denied a proper education.”
In an open letter to a senior Scientology official that has been widely posted on the Internet, Jenna Miscavige Hill described how her own family was broken apart by the movement’s policies.