Watch Leah Remini Talk ‘Fair Game’ As Church Of Scientology Creates Website To Discredit Her [Video]

Beginning at the 6:47 mark in the Episode “Fair Game” of Scientology and the Aftermath, Mike Rinder describes the Scientology practice of “Fair Game” and how it was his job to use the practice on others.

“Part of my job was to discredit and destroy critics who spoke out against the church. If the Church believed that someone was an enemy and needed to be silenced or destroyed, it was my job, and I did it. If I was told to follow someone, I made it happen. If I was told to discredit someone, dig up dirt on them, get their backgrounds investigated, I made it happen. Everything from following them 24 hours a day to having people camped outside their home, to people knocking on their door, to being vilified on the Internet, to following them to wherever they travel. I was the guy.”

Will Leah Remini spend the rest of her life looking over her shoulder due to Scientology’s practice of fair game?

As Mike Rinder begins to tell his horrifying account of how things went desperately wrong within Scientology, leading to his escape, the Church of Scientology confirmed his story in an attempt to deny it. Where Mike Rinder stated his family had disconnected from him and refused to have anything to do with him because he left Scientology, the Church added videos to their website where Rinder’s family members take turns to describe how horrible of a person he was and always has been.

While Mike Rinder claimed that the church would stop at nothing in the practice of discrediting a person, the church indirectly responded by having his ex-wife speak in a video describing him as an abusive person who shattered her arm to the point she will never be able to use it properly. This is the same family that was the subject of a recorded altercation that occurred when Mike Rinder was speaking to BBC reporter John Sweeney. You may watch that video below.

Leah Remini and Mike Rinder talk about their own personal experiences in Episode 2 “Fair Game.” You may watch that full episode in the video below.

In 1995, a Scientologist named Lisa McPherson died while under the care of the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, Inc. (Flag). A negligent homicide investigation ensued until ultimately charges were dropped against the church. Mike Rinder spoke on behalf of the Church of Scientology in many interviews regarding the case. You may watch Mike as he speaks on Scientology’s behalf in the videos below. You might notice that Mike Rinder used the same verbal tactics then, that are being employed against him now. It seems the Church of Scientology held a high degree of trust in Rinder as he spoke on their behalf when faced with homicide allegations.