Scientology accuses Hollywood star Leah Remini and TV network for a man's tragic death-stab by a teenager who was trying to save his mother from a purification process & # 39;
- Fatal stabbing is blamed by the Scientology Church for A & E networks
- The 24-year-old Taiwanese man died after being stabbed on January 3
- The church said the program & # 39; poisoned the airwaves & # 39; with hatred for religion
- The hatred now has a bitter fruit & # 39; received the letter addressed to the network claims
Charlie Coë for Daily Mail Australia
The fatal stabbing of a 24-year-old man at the headquarters of the Church of Scientology in Sydney blamed the organization for an American TV network that allegedly evokes the hatred of the church & # 39 ;.
The Taiwanese man died after being stabbed in the church in the Chatswood complex on January 3rd.
The police were later arrested and accused a 16-year-old boy of murder, common assault (DV), assault, assault on bodily injury and injuries.
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The fatal stabbing of a 24-year-old man at the headquarters of the Church of Scientology in Sydney blamed the organization for an American TV network that allegedly evokes the hatred of the Church & # 39; (left and right the fault of fellow hostess Leah Remini) and Mike Rinder)
A strongly worded letter (photo on the first page) has now been sent by Church of Scientology International to A & E Networks Group who blame it on the company's show & # 39; Scientology: The Aftermath & # 39; before the death of the young man
The church in the letter (photo) claims that the alleged attacker was in North Sydney, inspired by an anti-Scientology website on which your people stood and which contained a link to the Remini show.
A strongly worded letter has now been sent by Church of Scientology International to A & E Networks Group, which is blaming the show & Scientology: The Aftermath & # 39; from the organization for the death of the young man.
The church also blamed the shows co-hosts – the Australian Mike Rinder and Hollywood actress Leah Remini.
The church in the letter claims that the alleged attacker was in the north of Sydney & # 39; inspired by an anti-Scientology website that featured your people and contained a link to the Remini show.
The letter of 11 January comes after the Daily Telegraph reported that the boy wanted to save his Scientologist mother from a purification process that purported to cleanse the body of toxins.
The program would also mean that the boy's mother would have distanced herself from her family, according to Channel 7.
Written by Karin Pouw, an American official for the church, the letter obtained by Channel 7 accused the co-host of the show of creating hatred against religion.
"Week after week, month after month and now year after year, this series has poisoned the air waves in an attempt to sow hate against the Scientology religion," it says.
The letter of 11 January comes after it was reported that the boy wanted to save his scientologist-mother from a purification process that purported to cleanse the body of toxins (the depicted police at the time of stabbing in Chatswood on January 3)
Hate and propaganda always find their purpose and now it has produced strange and bitter fruits. & # 39;
In conversation with Channel 7 to respond to the church's allegations, Mr. Rinder said the letter was an accusation technique of religion.
He said: "They are actually trying to shift the blame to our show because of their abuse. The claim that all this was caused by A & E and our show because someone apparently looked at a website that mentioned our show – that is absurd. & # 39;
Hate and propaganda always find their purpose and now it has produced strange and bitter fruits & # 39 ;, is in the letter (image of the headquarters of the Church of Scientology in Chatswood)
In season 3 of the show, Remini and Mr. Rinder have alleged abuses in the church.
But the letter that was signed by Mrs. Pouw accused the program of inciting six hundred threats of violence caused by your programming (that meant nothing to you & # 39 ;.
Daily Mail Australia contacted A & E Networks, Leah Remini, Mike Rinder and the Church of Scientology for comments.
In season 3 of the show, Remini and Mr Rinder (right and left) have alleged abuses in the church
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