• Ron Miscavige • The Baby Son Who Died
    Ron Miscavige acts as if the baby never existed.

    One of the most despicable things in Ron Miscavige’s storytelling is how he engages in denial, relating only those stories he chooses to tell and omitting the true story. Ron specializes in leaving out the details of his heinous acts and pretending his history is something entirely different from the truth. When pressed about it, Ron momentarily forgets his scripted talking points and has revealed some small part of the details, like just how cruel a wife beater he was during his marriage to the mother of his children. That’s what happened when he admitted to The Kelly File host Megyn Kelly on Fox News that he hit his late wife Loretta once a month for 10 years. That’s 120 times he shamelessly admits to beating her!

    But Ron is disingenuous as always and claims now that it “pains” him to admit he punched Loretta.

    Did it “pain” Ron that he beat his late wife Loretta for over 10 years? Did it “pain” him to break her ribs? Did it “pain” him to leave her face black and blue? Did it “pain” him to beat her while she was pregnant?

    Did it “pain” Ron that he beat his late wife Loretta for over 10 years? Did it “pain” him to break her ribs? Did it “pain” him to leave her face black and blue? Did it “pain” him to beat her while she was pregnant?

    According to his daughters, Denise and Lori, Ron actually beat Loretta hundreds of times and gave her black eyes, which contradicts the version he now spins in interviews that he never struck her in the face.

    They also tell the heartbreaking story of how he beat Loretta when she was pregnant with their brother John, who died an hour after birth with multiple skeletal deformities, and how their mother always blamed Ron for the death because of the beatings he inflicted on her.

    John Miscavige’s death certificate shows multiple skeletal deformities.
     

    Ron instead has stated “…we tried to have another child but that baby died,” entirely whitewashing the real story of how he repeatedly beat Loretta when she was pregnant with the baby.

    Ron’s daughters spoke of the savagery of Ron’s beatings that their mother had described to them and held a copy of the death certificate of baby John, showing he died just one hour after birth.

    Rather than own up to his inexcusable violent behavior toward his pregnant wife, Ron acts as if the baby never existed. Baby John existed. He died with multiple skeletal deformities contributing to his death.