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Scientology Might Have a Spy Working Within New York Media - mediabistro.com
1 March 2011, 5:10 pm
By Chris O'Shea



John Cook, writing for The New York Observer, has a very interesting piece today that alleges John Connolly – a former NYPD detective turned journalist, who has written for Vanity Fair, Gawker, and The Daily Beast – is a paid informant for the Church of Scientology.

The claims come from two previously high ranking members (they both defected) of the church: Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder. Supposedly Connolly has been using his reporter credentials to pump other media members for information on anything they were going to write about regarding Scientology.

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Please remember, as silly as the above  sounds, this cult infiltrated the
US government in an attempt to prevent it's leaders from being convicted of tax evasion; framed a reporter for terroristic threats to punish her for publishing the truth about their scam; and successfully got away with their murder (as in depraved indifference) by dehydration of a member in good standing who became mentally ill.

There truly is no behavior too vile for Scientology leadership to engage in.

'til next time;
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