Petition update

We've Passed Scientology's Petition!

Jeffrey Augustine
Los Angeles, CA

Sep 3, 2017 — Thanks to your support our team's petition has passed Scientology's "Stop Leah" Petition. The scoreboard:

Our petition to the IRS: 6,211 signatures and steadily climbing!

Scientology's "Stop Leah" Petition: 6,123 signatures.

Looks like what Scientology calls "a tiny handful of unemployed people on the fringes of the internet" have gathered more signatures than Scientology -- a group which falsely claims to be "the world's fastest growing religion with 12,000,000 members scattered across all continents of Earth, etc."

Keep up the great work! We want hundreds of thousands or a million signatures. The petition just needs to go viral and we'll get a million signatures. There are plans in the works to do this. Please keep sharing the petition.

Scientology's reprehensible attacks on Leah Remini and her show -- all paid for with tax-exempt dollars -- are escalating and becoming more malicious. And yet Scientology cannot censor Leah or stop Leah's show. Thus, Scientology resorts to bigotry and hatred while accusing others of such things. Nonsense! Scientology Fair Game is where the bigotry, lies, and hatred reside. Fair Game is ordered by Scientology leader David Miscavige and executed by the Church's notorious and secretive Office of Special Affairs (OSA).

Scientology can use all of the Fair Game, lies, and social media fraud using fake Scientologists it wants. However, none of this will not stop the public demand for the IRS to open an investigation into Scientology's tax exemption.

The Los Angeles Times link below gives the story of how Scientology had two PI's follow David Miscavige's father Ron Miscavige Sr. for two years at a cost of $10,000 per week. This too was paid for with tax exempt dollars. An outrage!

When arrested, these PI's had weapons, a silencer for an assault rifle, thousands of rounds of ammo, scanners, and fake license plates. This is what Scientology parishioner dollars are spent on.

Such conduct should not be acceptable to the IRS or to the general public. Scientology should not be able to fund its campaigns of terror using tax exempt dollars while hiding behind the color of religion. Scientology's unchecked rampage of psychoterrorism must be stopped.

It's high time for the IRS to act!


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