Cathy observes that after decades of calloused and abusive behavior, Mike Rinder not only abandoned their family, but caused irreparable harm as well.
Ben Rinder speaks on his father, Mike Rinder, who was absent during Ben’s cancer treatment, then tried to exploit Ben for publicity during his recovery.
Taryn remembers her father, Mike Rinder, as cold and uncaring—traits that went on full display when he harassed her brother and abused her mother.
Andrew Rinder observed that his brother Mike was an inconsiderate son, then an absentee father, always trying to get something for himself—even at his family’s expense.
Mike Rinder’s girlfriend verbally attacked her mother and publicly humiliated both her parents—behavior her father had never before seen or believed possible.
Mark Rathbun reveals a firsthand account of Mike Rinder’s stunt to “see his son,” which in truth was done to save Rinder’s face.
Mike Rinder, with Mark Rathbun, tried to ambush the Fort Harrison—a Church of Scientology retreat in Clearwater, Florida—in a stunt to capture on camera Rinder’s contrived attempt to see his son, Benjamin, who he had long since deserted. This is the documentary footage of the events as described by Mark Rathbun.
Mark Rathbun discloses firsthand facts about Mike Rinder, who, since leaving the Church of Scientology in 2007, says whatever pays.
Mark Rathbun speaks of his relationship with Mike Rinder and the financial interest that influences Rinder’s story at any given time.
Rathbun covers the financial motivation of Leah Remini’s “tabloidesque pile-on” and her partner Mike Rinder, who found backers that were out to harm the Church.
Mark Rathbun reveals Mike Rinder’s role as “ambulance chaser” for anti-Scientology lawyers—drumming up ill-fated litigation while banking $175 per hour.
Mark Rathbun reveals the publicity plan behind Leah Remini’s departure from Scientology, orchestrated with sidekick Mike Rinder and blogger Tony Ortega to create her new image as “warrior princess.”
A former colleague recalls how Mike Rinder covered up his incompetence, ridiculed and criticized others, and displayed a misplaced importance.
Mike Rinder’s former secretary recalls being humiliated, intimidated, physically abused, sexually harassed, trapped under a desk—and more.
Edward recollects Mike Rinder’s abuse of others on the job, including traumatizing an elderly woman, and the way he would take credit for the work of his co-workers.
One woman recalled the rage of Mike Rinder when he hit her in the head with a clipboard and cracked her tooth—all because a show he wanted to watch wasn’t recorded.
Hans, who had worked for the Church of Scientology for 24 years, on four continents, said Mike Rinder was the only person to punch him.
A staff member recalled Mike Rinder threatening to poke a colleague in the eye with a pencil as he worked. “It was just completely unbelievable.”
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