Above a picture of Lisa Mcpherson in life, and below, one after 17 days of Scientology "care and captivity". The scabs are from insects feeding on Lisa's body prior to her death.
When Lisa's family & friends protested Scientology's involvement in her death, a memorial erected for Lisa
was repeatedly vandalized. What kind of demented
Cult desecrates a memorial to one of their victims?
The memorial had read: Remember Lisa Mcpherson
Lisa Mcpherson was held in Scientology captivity & isolation for 17 days. She apparently went without food or water for that entire time. Ultimately, starvation and dehydration re- sulted in her slow agonizing death at the hands of the Cult.
Scientology's explanation for what happened to Lisa is difficult to understand & hard to believe. The Cult claims
Lisa refused to eat or drink & fought them violently when
they tried to assist her.
The real question should be: How was Lisa able to fight
off her Scientology caregivers when she was obviously unable to fight off insects that were feeding on her body?
All the witnesses to what happened to Lisa were
Scientology staff members and predictably they
uniformly blame Lisa for her own demise.
Incredibly, none of Lisa's abusers thought a licensed
physician should be contacted to provide any type
of appropriate medical treatment prior to her death.
Lisa's Scientology captors claim: "they didn't notice
insects were feeding on her body, & her caregivers did
not even speak English". They may have also been blind.
After Lisa's death, her Scientology abusers drove by
three closer hospitals and delivered her lifeless body
to hospital emergency room staffed by a medical doctor
who is a Scientologist. Let's face it, that could be what Scientology calls "covering all your bases".
The Medical Examiner, Dr. Joan Wood, who performed
Lisa Mcpherson's autopsy, stated: "This is the worst
case of dehydration I have ever seen". Initially,
Scientology was charged with two felonies as a direct
result or consequence of Lisa Mcpherson's death.
Scientology responded by working covertly to ruin
the career & psychological well being of the Medical Examiner. The charges eventually were dropped.
The Clearwater Police Department stated: "We do
not believe Dr. Joan Wood, the medical examiner,
can competently testify at trial".
Lisa Mcpherson was the last autopsy of Dr. Joan
Wood's career. It couldn't be more obvious, ruining
lives is something Scientology is really good at.
Understandably, Lisa's family brought a civil lawsuit
against Scientology for the Cults involvement in her
death. And as usual, the Cult viciously attacked Lisa's
friends & grieving relatives for months. An out of court settlement was eventually mercifully reached.
Scientology paid Lisa's family a reported $30,000,000.
Who says all that tax exempt fast & easy money from
our financial markets doesn't come in handy?
The following picture of Lisa Mcpherson may
be upsetting to emotionally sensitive individuals.
Is there any crime Scientology will not commit?
Scientology has turned the abuse of women into something the Nazi's or ISIS would be proud of.
As a result of the many anti-Scientology demonstra-
tions after Lisa Mcpherson's horrible death, the City
of Clearwater, Florida passed a local ordinance that makes it illegal to demonstrate against Scientology.
It couldn't be more obvious. Occupied Clearwater
prefers to maintain peace and tranquility while
Scientology gets away with murder.
Note: Many of Clearwater's well meaning residents,
wish Scientology hadn't infiltrated their beautiful city.
Personally, I'm convinced the Cult's membership
should reside in the nearest super max penitentiary.
This powerful documentary video illustrates
how Scientology has manipulated the City of Clearwater, Florida & its Police Department.
A local Judge recently remarked: "the
Clearwater Police Department has become
a private security force for Scientology".