TMZ obtained a letter Scientology's lawyer fired off to A&E, in which it scoffs at the network's decision to pull the plug on the 'KKK' show because producers paid some of the Klan members money.
A&E said it was a direct violation of its policies to pay the subjects of a documentary.
Cruise gave Miscavige an opening in late 1989, when Tom became obsessed with a young, relatively unknown actress named Nicole Kidman, whom he’d just cast in his next film, “Days of Thunder.” There was just one thing: Cruise was still married to Mimi Rogers, and he needed to get rid of her, quickly and cleanly. Rogers was told that she had no say in the fate of her marriage, because this was bigger than her and Tom.
This was about the church, which needed Cruise as its salvation.
Scientology lore holds that these aliens have destroyed the planet many times before, and the ultimate aim of the religion is to reclaim the Earth and rescue humankind.
An OT III individual is one who has vanquished his alien or aliens and come to a higher plane of earthly existence, with OT VIII the highest.
The Scientology lawyer counters in the letter, "Church of Scientology understands that two on-air accusers/participants in Leah Remini's docuseries, "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" received substantial cash payments for their participation, in violation of the same standards." The letter goes on to essentially accuse A&E of becoming partners in Remini's show, giving them "free advertising and promotion for anti-Scientology books they have published." And the lawyer says, "It is hypocritical for A&E to proclaim its intent to 'expose and combat racism and hatred in all its forms' in cancelling the KKK show and at the same time promote Leah Remini's program which promotes hatred that A&E claims that it wants to stop." An official at A&E tells us there's a difference in the 2 shows because Remini is an executive producer on her show and she's "not the member of a hate group." We reached out to Remini's rep but so far, no word back.