No way to prove it, of course, but I don't believe Laura Zaspel. She's been a scientologist for awhile -- listed on completions from 2001 to 2009, including one of the "Ls" Prior to the killing, she referred to Ciancio using the words "enturbulate" and "entheta" -- then at trial she claims they were good friends and socialized. Yeah, right. She suspected nothing, but had to "run out to a meeting?" that fateful day? Yeah, right. I think she knew something was afoul, that something bad was going to happen, and she left the building so as not to be there when it happened. Now she's either really sorry (god, we hope so!) or she's crying crocodile tears as an attempt to protect hereself and others in the cult from any of this horror sticking to them. The Ciancio family could verify whether or not she ever "socialized" with Tom -- but now is probably not the time (maybe never is the time) to ask them. I hope the family sues for wrongful death damages, that before that suit goes to trial they do a thorough investigation of everyone that ever worked for that company so they will know where to pull the strings, and that she and other people who know "the scientology rules" about treatment of people who threaten to sue scientologists get called up and interrogated. I'm glad for the swift verdict that puts Rex behind bars for the rest of his life, BUT I do hope this is not the end of discovering what really went on at that company, more precise details on why Tom Ciancio became disenchanted with the company and quit -- what was the "mistreatment" he observed that made him want out? and what Rex's wife Jan and the other employees of the company knew about Rex's "state of mind" leading up to the killing.