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 May 14, 2007 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* BBC vs Nut Cult

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John Sweeney of the BBC seems to be under fire from that mafia of religious nut-cults, Scientology. Apparently they are mad at him, and have been stalking him as well:

After a long day with Mike and Donna we went back to our hotel at midnight, only to find Tommy Davis waiting in the lobby with his own black-clad Scientology cameraman.

He harangued me for talking to the heretics. I told him that Scientology had been spying on the BBC and that was creepy.

In LA, the moment our hire car left the airport we realised we were being followed by two cars.

In our hotel a weird stranger spent every breakfast listening to us. In all, we count 13 strangers - private investigators? - who were following us. Scientology denied sending PIs after the BBC.

 

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