Victoria Britton, the mother of 20-year-old Kyle Brennan, who lost her son to Scientology six years ago when he was found dead under highly suspicious circumstances in Clearwater, Florida, the Mecca of Scientology, will be our guest on the GodDiscussion show with Al and Deborah. The show begins at February 15, 2013 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm (6 PM PACIFIC / 10 PM EASTERN.)
Last year on the fifth anniversary of Kyle’s death we interviewed lawyer Luke Lirot, who represented the Britton family in the wrongful death suit they brought against Scientology and Scientologists including Denise Miscavige Gentile (pronounced Gen-tee-lay), the twin sister of Scientology leader David Miscavige.
Victoria’s lawsuit was dismissed on appeal in September, and she is now free to tell her story to the world. The death of Kyle Brennan is a great and so far little-known Scientology case. Those who have heard Victoria tell her story privately have described her as spell-binding. It is a story every mother in America needs to hear about the very serious threat Scientology poses to families.
For more information on Kyle and his story you can go to the blog Justice For Kyle Brennan:
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UPDATE from DENISE BRENNAN 17 Feb 2013
Here is the podcast: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/god-discussion/2013/02/16/blind-justice-a-mother-speaks-out-scientology In my opinion this three hours about Kyle Brennan and about scientology is some of the most important three hours on scientology and organized scientology that has ever been recorded. I cannot recommend enough how much I hope you all listen to this even through it is three hours long. THIS is the real story of scientology. And I hope so very much that many of you will find it in your hearts to spread the news of this interview everywhere you can. The actual show about Kyle and scientology starts at 14:30 . Victoria Britton (Kyle’s mother) starts speaking at 19:30 into the interview. My God but I wish the whole world could hear her speak! I will just paste something that I-Betty posted about Victoria’s talk on Clambake. I completely agree with her:
After almost an hour of incredibly courageous, informative, painful interview,Victoria is given the floor for a few minutes by the two (wonderful)presenters. This is what she says:
“What I would like to say to people is…I would like to ask them this question, to the people who may be thinking about leaving the church of Scientology at this moment, or perhaps they’re confused whether they should stay or leave, I want them to ask themselves: what kind of a belief system, one that calls itself a church, is going to ask you to deny the strongest instinct and emotions that make you human, and that is to love and protect your children, and that no organization, especially one that calls itself a church, should ever ask a parent to throw their childaway or to disconnect from them. And to think about that, and when you do don’t walk away from this organization. Run, as fast as you can, because your life,or your child’s life may depend on that.”
Throughout, Victoria spoke with so much calm strength and compassion that it’s easy to understand why people like Denise and ESMB’s Moarxenu, and Victoria’s lawyer Luke Lirot, speak with such genuine affection about her.