Watch members of Scientology’s first family–Denise Miscavige, twin-sister of Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige, and husband Gerald Gentile–obstruct justice (lying during a police interview), and commit perjury regarding their early presence at the Clearwater, Florida, apartment of Tom Brennan (the death scene of his non-Scientologist son, twenty-year-old Kyle Brennan). Irrefutable is the fact that Miscavige, Gentile, and Brennan lied–repeatedly, and evidently without conscience, compassion or empathy. Their stories regarding the circumstances surrounding Kyle’s death are riddled with lies and inconsistencies.
Clearwater Police Officer Jon Yuen omitted from his report the fact that present at Brennan’s apartment the evening of Kyle’s death were these two important members of Scientology’s first family–Denise and Gerald. Did the police department deliberately lie to protect two individuals with extremely close ties to Scientology’s top leadership? You be the judge!
Why would Kyle’s death mean so very little to his father? From a Scientology point-of-view, Kyle had simply “dropped his body.” He could pick up another one soon.
Detective Stephen Bohling of the Clearwater, Florida Police Department was the lead investigator looking into the extremely suspicious death of Kyle Brennan. His investigation, however, was careless, sloppy and perjurious. Many quandaries went unanswered and witnesses ( Denise Miscavige, husband Gerald Gentile and Tom Brennan) who’d obviously contradicted themselves walked away without further questioning. The result of Detective Bohling’s fraudulent behavior was a miscarriage of justice. In the end, the lies, the mishandling of information and the obstruction of justice came at the expense of a twenty-year-old college student whose existence to the corrupt powers-that-be in Clearwater, Florida was absolutely meaningless.