They never learn. Not one bit. They just don't get that this way of depicting your enemies tells more about yourself than about the enemy.
Always that kindergarten attitude about their perceived foes instead of sublime and sneaky cleverness. So boring.
"My attitude when I first got out was "Tech" good, management bad." - David Mayo
The video reeks of slime.
Looks like a training film for ambulance chasers.
As in, "Dear Future Whiplash Lawyers: This is the correct way to stick your body into a car before the door gets slammed on you allowing you certain proof of being assulted."
Looks like a Scam, Talks like a Scam, Walks like a Scam.
What type of person would approve of this kind of video?
What kind of organization would pay for this type of harassment?
What is interesting, if you look close you can see that the "investigator from Freedom Magazine" actually STICKS his hand and arm in the way as Marty closes the door of the car, and continues to do so as Marty tries to close the door. This Scientology "agent" is acting to CREATE the appearance of a situation that actually doesn't exit - that Marty was acting "violently". The jerk intentionally stuck his arm in the way to MAKE IT LOOK LIKE Marty was slamming the door on his arm.
This "investigative reporter" (what a JOKE) is doing what Scientology excels at - attempting to STAGE AN EVENT, so Scientology can then "use" that "reality" in some caper, PR blurb or plan to create some effect. They are SO incredibly manipulative - behavior that is based on the exact works and advices of Hubbard himself.
The idea of using the word "freedom" in any publication of Scientology is ludicrous. More like "Manipulation Magazine" or "Deceit Magazine".
"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." - Bertrand Russell
"They must know how to kindle and fan an extravagant hope". - Eric Hoffer about the "true believer". "Total Freedom", "your eternity", and "OT" involve a few of the extravagant hopes in Scientology.
Go HERE to view and/or download the essay, "The Three Basic Scientology Beliefs".