What would the ruling be likely to be should one of those humiliated, degraded and tortured "execs" in the SP hole actually snap and kill David Miscavige?
Could any prosecutor ever convict them after the cruel and unprecedented abuse they've been subjected to for years?
Events like the musical chairs incident, being forced to defaecate into plastic bags, sleep and food deprivation, , seances, water boarding and gang bang sec checks.
How could any prosecutor ever build any case against someone who might have suddenly and forcefully snapped under such incredible strain?
Don't think it could happen? Look at Rex Fowler, he wasn't under a quarter of the strain that the EX INT execs are, just look at what he (allegedly) did!
What about poor Steve Brackett? You think mere bankruptcy is comparable to what Heber, Yager, Mittoff and Leserve have had to endure?
Yet it hasn't happened, yet. Makes me wonder; what are the FBI waiting for? An actual murder? Do they want an unprecedented incident at the INT base before they act?
Well I guess if one of those guys had enough action and life left in them to rise up against the tyrant David Miscavige I think they would have an excellent entree to a full investigation to the CofS.
I would have thought it might be better to move in before another serious crime though.
Maybe if anything serious does occur at the INT base, then the Federal Government might have a case to answer.