Don't you think that if you get caught in one lie after another and that people are looking to jump on you if you tell another lie that perhaps you would start telling the truth. Well, Tommy Davis must not have read that book because he lied again while responding to press inquiries on the Paul Haggis letter.
Tommy said the letter was supposed to be private and that he has no idea who leaked it like because it was supposed to be private that somehow makes his actions excusable. He goes on to say that "The San Diego group's name was included on a list of churches that supported Proposition 8, but it was an error that was corrected." Davis said.
If it was corrected than why did Haggis leave? Davis went on to claim that Haggis had demanded that Scientology go further and denounce the initiative, something it could not do due to its tax-exempt status as a church.
Here is the lie.
OK, first of all, I don't remember seeing that anywhere in Paul's letter. Second of all, no matter where you stood on Prop 8, I think it is very obvious that many churches that enjoy tax exempt status took sides and gave money to whichever side they were supporting. They didn't lose their tax exempt status as a church. I think Tommy is hoping the rest of the people in Scientology will drink the Kool Aid and buy his argument. Of course they probably also believe that a figment of L. Ron Hubbard's imagination is buried in the earth and going to lead them to some type of salvation so Tommy's lie is probably much easier to swallow.