Ex-Scientology Chief: Church Spied

    People walk past the Church of Scientology of Los Angeles building in Los Angeles, California July 3, 2012.  REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni  (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) - RTR34K5O

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    Former Scientology leaders Marty Rathburn and his wife, Monique, claim in a lawsuit that the church used high-tech surveillance cameras to spy on them after Rathburn left Scientology. Monique Rathburn, who never became a member of the church, filed the suit in Texas, saying she has been “harassed, insulted, surveilled, photographed, videotaped, defamed, and humiliated” by church members. Marty Rathburn was the inspector general of Scientology’s Religious Technology Center but left the church in 2004, and now he alleges the church has tried to “make our life a living hell.” The Rathburns hope to depose Scientology leader David Miscavige in the suit.

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