Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Lisa McPherson Keeps Coming Back

Federal Suit: Scientologists spent $30 million to cover up death of Lisa McPherson:

 From The SP Times November 20th 1998

"We'd like to see how to move forward and put this unfortunate incident behind us," said Mike Rinder, a top Scientology official known more for his attacking style.

The church's attitude in January 1997 was very different. It sued Pinellas County Medical Examiner Joan Wood after she said McPherson went without fluids for five to 10 days before her death, and a Scientology attorney called the respected medical examiner a "hateful liar."

The church's recent softening of tone and tactics does not answer the troubling questions raised by the criminal charges. Details of the 36-year-old woman's final days held inside a room at the Fort Harrison Hotel, the church's spiritual headquarters in downtown Clearwater, are horrific and cannot be explained away simply as an "unfortunate incident."

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From the SP Times now:

Scientology critics allege church tried to influence Pinellas legal community in Lisa McPherson case


From the New York Daily News

From ABC Action News:

Judge Denies He Was a Scientology Pawn:

Operation Freakout:Scientology Conspiracy Part 1:

Scientology and the Clearwater Police:

From  Veda on ESMB:

From the Daily Mail in the UK:

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