Now 12 years from being 'out' of the Church of Scientology, and finishing 3 seasons of a TV Show where he vowed to produce a Federal Investigation and a review of the IRS Tax Exemption, Mike Rinder has never revealed any criminal act that would put David Miscavige, or any other Officer of the Church of Scientology, into criminal jeopardy, or cause any IRS tax exemption review. Before the end of the Series Finale, Mike Rinder proffered another seeming "shore story" about why no crimes were revealed on Leah Remini's Scientology and the Aftermath. "Our work is not done yet. Unfortunately sponsored television has limitations. There are things we cannot film or show on camera because of certain restrictions. These restrictions have limited us in many ways to tell the full story and in some cases, not permitted us to tell the story at all." So this seems to be why Mike is saying that, despite running the Office of Special Affairs for David Miscavige for 22 years, he was never able to expose any criminal act on his TV show: Because "unfortunately sponsored television has limitations" It's reminiscent of Hubbard's "We build a world with broken straws", isn't it? He goes on. "For us, the work never stops. There are things we and others have done and are doing that have not been able to air. We have met with lawyers, we have met with law enforcement and victims have come forward and spoken. You will see and hear more about this in the future." TV shows can report on law enforcement issues. It's done every day. Yet we're going to have to wait even longer to hear about the crimes Mike Rinder can spill. Then yesterday, Mike said this: ..."the security for the few appearances he has been making (exclusively at events and ribbon cuttings in the last few years) is high. Lots of hired PI’s and off-duty law enforcement to keep anyone unknown away. Screened entrances and exits. Photo ops only with screened dignitaries and no “mingling” with the riff-raff.'"This scenario is still a relatively safe environment to prevent civil service. But it would not prevent law enforcement from serving him. If they know where he is going to be, there is no PI that can prevent a Federal Marshall, local law enforcement or the FBI from conducting their business in order to serve him. They can certainly sound the alarm and the COB can try to slip out a back door, but it’s not likely he would be able to pull that up." You got that, right? Mike here is saying that law enforcement has the power to penetrate Miscavige's shields way more than any civil service. And since Mike earlier gave the history of Hubbard's "ALL CLEAR UNIT", and showed he has known since the 1980's the difference of reach and power of criminal subpoena over civil service - he is admitting here that he has known this the whole time he was the Chief Protector of the Church as the head of OSA, and the whole time he has been out of the Church as a "critic" and "whistleblower". But now things seems to have changed for Mike. He's unleashed. He's no longer tethered from the restraints of sponsored television (even though he promised a federal investigation from the TV show, and ran a blog for 10 years prior) he seems to be winding us up for his next series of 'exposes'. He seems to be STEAMED. And he SEEMS to be ALL ABOUT THE CRIMES NOW. So what kind of crimes? Victoria Britton said she had two interviews with Scientology and the Aftermath, and they never produced an episode on the murder of Kyle Brennan. Are we all now waiting breathlessly for Mike to reveal a jaywalking charge for DM? Will he reveal all Dave's speeding tickets? Let's watch Mike Rinder really closely now. Because, after 12 years, Mike Rinder's all about the crimes!