Thursday, 12 July 2012

Scientology Relents: Will hold a memorial for Alexander Jenstzsch, Mother not invited.

A church official told our source that Heber, 76, would be giving a eulogy at the service, which is to take place at the Hollywood Celebrity Centre on Franklin Avenue on Thursday morning at 11 am.
When our source asked the official if Alexander's mother, Karen de la Carriere, would be allowed to attend, the official answered that de la Carriere would be barred because "she opted out of this sector of the universe."

What she meant is that de la Carriere was excommunicated from the church in 2010, and as a "suppressive person," her son was forced to "disconnect" from her. Karen had no contact with him in the last two years of his life.

On Tuesday, July 3, Alexander was found dead at the house of his in-laws in Los Angeles. That news was kept from de la Carriere for more than two days, and she was not allowed to see her son's body before it was cremated on orders from Alexander's wife, who is still a Scientologist. Karen was also told that the church had no plans for a memorial. She then planned her own event, for this Friday.
Heber Jentzsch was named president of the Church of Scientology International in 1982. For the next 20 years he was a very visible face for the church, often dealing with reporters and leading church events. Former top church spokesman Mike Rinder tells us that at some point, Scientology's supreme leader, David Miscavige, began using Jentzsch for events less, and after 2004 or 2005, Rinder says Jentzsch stopped showing up to church events entirely.

From 2006 to 2007, Mike Rinder was a prisoner in "The Hole," the crude office-prison where dozens of out-of-favor executives were held in a bizarre punishment scheme that consisted of daily mass confessions, eating barely edible slop, and sleeping on the floor. Rinder says one of his fellow prisoners was Jentzsch. John Brousseau, who escaped the base in 2010, says Jentzsch was still in The Hole when he left.
Now, Heber is reportedly coming to Hollywood for his son's funeral, but we have a feeling the press won't be invited.

E-Mail form Mother on the death of her son and miserable life inside Scientology, article in the Business Insider: 

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