TMZ is running new info, this is what they live for. Harvey must have taken my advice, the typos have been better. Anyway, here is the most recent nugget of terror about Scientology, courtesy of the TMZ website:
Ex-Scientologists call the process "sec checking." Here's the way it works. The subject holds electrode handles on a device called an e-meter and is then asked a series of personal questions that help the Church locate "areas of spiritual distress."
Some ex-Scientologists claim the questions include:
-- What has somebody told you not to tell?-- Have you ever decided you did not like some member of your family?-- Have you ever bullied a smaller child?-- Have you ever lied to a teacher?-- Have you ever done something you were very much ashamed of?-- Have you ever refused to obey an order from someone you should obey?-- Have you ever gotten yourself dirty on purpose?
During the process, a person called an "auditor" collects e-meter readings.
They interrogate children, to get them to betray their parents and any family secrets that may be lurking. They interrogate children.
This could be the death of Scientology, and maybe the one last card Holmes has to play. "Leave me alone or I blow the lid off everything" is a mighty weapon for an organization that has so much to lose.