• Ron Miscavige: A Summary The Man’s Character and His Lies 

    Ron Miscavige has a tragic story. But it’s not the one he made up for his failed get-rich scheme.

    The real story of Ron Miscavige’s life is so devoid of ethics he became estranged from his family and friends and they wanted nothing to do with him. The carnage that is Ron Miscavige’s life includes:

    • His documented and self-admitted history of wife-beating, which he confirmed on national television was worse than he had ever confessed previously. On May 5, 2016, he admitted he had pummeled his wife “over a 10-year period—would happen maybe once a month or something like that.” It’s all here in a link to his interview with Megyn Kelly for Fox’s The Kelly Files in which, after being asked, he revealed for the first time just how extensive his domestic abuse was: www.ronmiscavigebook.com/articles/ron-miscavige-confession-of-wife-beating-on-fox-kelly-file.html.
    Ron even beat his wife when she was pregnant with a baby who died one hour after birth with, as stated in the death certificate, “skeletal deformities.”

    In the past, Ron would always whitewash the beatings, claiming like a quintessential wife-beater that he may have gently shoved his wife or struck her on the arm a few times. Ron’s daughters, who witnessed their father’s violent outbursts, have said the beatings were even more frequent and horrific—as many as two beatings a week. Ron even beat his wife when she was pregnant with a baby who died one hour after birth with, as stated in the death certificate, “skeletal deformities.”

    John Miscavige’s death certificate shows multiple skeletal deformities.
     
    • Ron’s history of inexcusable physical child abuse with his daughter, documented in both his and her own contemporaneous written statements from the 1970s. They show he admitted then to beating his daughter when she was just a child, something he denies now in rewriting his own history. Among other things, Ron states: “I hit Loretta and lose control of myself…” and “…choked her at times” and “I used to hit the kids a lot…” Ron’s daughter Denise, then just a teenager, writes that he “beat me with a strap” “bruised my whole back” “this morning again he hit me again, I can’t remember for what reason” and “we are (I am) afraid our dad will hit us.” See www.ronmiscavigebook.com/articles/blame-the-victim.html.
    • Ron’s arrest for attempted rape, where he was all but headed for prison before he was saved by the son he now falsely vilifies to make money. Ron even admitted that had his younger son not replaced his initial attorney with top legal counsel, he would have ended up in prison, where he feared being sexually assaulted or killed. See www.ronmiscavigebook.com/articles/ronald-t-miscavige-attempted-rape-arrest.html.
      Ron even admitted that had his younger son not replaced his initial attorney with top legal counsel, he would have ended up in prison, where he feared being sexually assaulted or killed.  
    Ron lives in a house today generously paid for by the younger son he vilifies to make money, who also covered Ron’s annual health insurance.
    It is shameful that Ron tries to support himself and his wife now by selling out his own family for money.

    It is shameful that Ron tries to support himself and his wife now by selling out his own family for money. Ron happened to be related by blood to the leader of a worldwide religion, which doesn’t make him an authority. Ron was cared for by his son, who not only saved him from prison but provided him with a meaningful life serving others while turning over to him $100,000, his inheritance from his mother, so Ron could purchase the home he and his wife live in today.

    Ron has zero firsthand knowledge about the Church or its leadership. He was never privy to any discussion of Church policy, doctrine or plans for its phenomenal expansion. In fact, for a good part of the years Ron rambles on about, he was not even a Church staff member and was separated from his son by thousands of miles. Even when he was on Church staff, Ron was just third trumpet in a band, nothing more and nothing less. One can liken this to a trumpet player in the U.S. Marine Corps Band claiming to be an expert at the level of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It’s really that absurd.

    Ron lived a life of alcohol and debauchery that culminated in his arrest for attempted rape.

    Ron lived a far nicer life as a member of the Church’s religious order, which his son insisted he join to straighten out his life and attempt to get some moral restraint after his narrow escape from prison. Up until then, Ron lived a life of alcohol and debauchery that culminated in his arrest for attempted rape. Even Ron’s cohort and partner claims that Ron had numerous affairs while married to the wife he regularly beat.

    Because pictures don’t lie, here are the photos showing the Scientology facility where Ron worked. It’s a religious worker’s paradise, light years from the fake conditions Ron invented in his shameless effort to make money exploiting his own son and his former religion. It includes 5-star dining, a golf course, tennis courts, exercise facilities and comfortable housing for staff. It is also a religious film studio with tens of millions of dollars of expensive audiovisual equipment and a security system designed to keep intruders out, common to any film studio in the world.

    Another exterior view of the Golden Era Productions property.

    See the pictures here of Ron’s own quarters and the lounge in the facilities where he lived. The television had a broad range of channels, so that’s another of Ron’s lies, that he could not watch TV. (Yet another in his litany of lies, Ron also has claimed that he could not display photos in his room, but pictures of his room show it was filled with them.)

    Ron Miscavige and wife Becky Bigelow’s apartment at Golden Era in 2012 during the time they lived there.

    Here are photos of a few of Ron’s vacations and the days off he enjoyed.

    Ron Miscavige snorkeling in the Caribbean on a day off, circa 2000.
    Ron Miscavige and his wife, Becky, on vacation in Wisconsin in 2005.

    The truth Ron Miscavige won’t tell is that he lived a good life. Today, he lives in a home for the first time mortgage-free only because of the generosity of his younger son, the one he now maligns with lies to make money.

    Ron Miscavige was treated with nothing but kindness and respect by his Church, his co-workers and his family while in the Church and since he left. His complaints all stem from selfish bitterness after betraying his friends and family because he smelled money.

    Ron Miscavige’s history of domestic abuse and his disregard for ethical conduct explains the bitterness he exhibits today at the very people, despite his reprehensible conduct, who offered him only help and compassion.