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Media Release: Scientology Faces Streisand Effect After Attacking Karen De La Carriere

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Karen De La Carriere, who was once married to current Scientology president Heber Jentzsch, and left the Church in 2010, is under attack today by Scientology's infamous 'Office of Special Affairs' (OSA). Earlier today, Karen states:

"The "Church" removed my Donatella video. The OSA operative engaged in the dark Fair Game and Dirty Tricks, who permitted her son to develop $100 a day heroin habit. The video is propagating on the web and is already up on RYouTube."

By David Edgar Love Media Release - 06/16/2013 - The Anonymous 'collective' and others, are now uploading and re-posting the Video, causing a 'Streisand Effect' as seen in 2003 when Barbra Streisand, whose attempt in 2003 to suppress photographs of her residence in Malibu, resulted in nine million hits on YouTube.

Scientology faced another overwhelming protest back in 2008 when there was an attempt to suppress and remove material from a highly publicized interview with Scientologist Tom Cruise from the Internet in January 2008.

On January 14, 2008, a video produced by the Church of Scientology featuring an interview with Tom Cruise was posted on YouTube. In the video, music from Cruise's Mission: Impossible films plays in the background, and Cruise makes various statements, including saying that Scientologists are the only people who can help after a car accident, and that Scientologists are the authority on getting addicts off drugs.

The Church of Scientology asserted that the video material that had been leaked to YouTube and other websites was "pirated and edited" and taken from a three-hour video produced for members of Scientology.

YouTube removed the Cruise video from their site under threat of litigation. The web site did not take down their copy of the Tom Cruise video, and other sites have posted the entire video. Lawyers for the Church of Scientology sent a letter to requesting the removal of the video, but Nick Denton of stated: "It's newsworthy, and we will not be removing it."

On February 10, 2008, about 7,000 people protested in at least 100 cities worldwide against Scientology. Indeed, a Cult's worst nightmare.

When Karen De La Carriere's son died, Scientology neglected to inform her, and she had to find out from a friend, later confirming Alexander's death with the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office of her son's passing.

Most notable and upsetting to Karen, was Scientology's refusal allowed her to see her son's body at the morgue because she was declared a 'Suppressive Person' by the so-called 'church'.

In response to some private messages to Karen concerning the heroin addicted son of Donatella Kavenaar, Karen produced and posted a video response, suggesting 'Donatella' (Office of Special Affairs), is a "Monster Mother" - involved in the "dirty tricks" associated with 'OSA', instead of helping her son who is sleeping in a car, injecting heroin.

Donatella Kavenaar is the OSA operative who refused to let Karen see her son's body before cremation. Karen phoned Donatella's direct senior, Charlie Earl, and the one-way conversation is in this posted video:

"Charlie, listen to me, this is Karen De La Carriere with a one time phone call. You get Donatella Kavenaar off her ass and being a mother to her son so we don't have another kid dead at 27 years old like Alexander Jentzsch [Karen's son]. Donatella Kavenaar is busy doing dirty tricks, running dirty operations, and her son is fixing himself with heroin - a hundred dollars a day in a car. Handle it! And if you don't, I will go public with the story. You got it!? Bye!"

Karen insists that she "wants the world to know that while OSA executives are busy trying to destroy other people, you lift up the curtain, and what's under the curtain … a child that is a heroin addict."

"Shame on you, Donatella Kavenaar," says Karen De La Carriere.

See the embedded video below that Scientology wants removed from the internet.

David Edgar Love


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