A couple of days ago Aaron Smith Levin and Mark Bunker released a video promoting each other for seats on the Clearwater City Council.
Why should you elect them, they argue?
Because they’re Scientology critics and they’re going to “do something about Scientology” in Clearwater.
Mark Bunker has been a Clearwater City Councilman since March of 2020. Mark admitted during this video that the Cult City Tours fiasco, which claimed that “Scientology Can’t Be Prosecuted”, was his brainchild. The slur company held a tour of Scientology properties in March of 2021 where one of the tour participants caused over $2000 dollars worth of criminal damage to property and netted the perpetrator a felony criminal mischief charge.
Mark also listed his accomplishments during his over year and a half stunt stint on the Clearwater City Council: Passing an ordinance that allows Clearwater citizens to raise up to 4 chickens in their back yards.
What has he accomplished with regard to his nebulous claim of “doing something about Scientology”?
He said he was able to interview people for various candidates for city employment positions, which any Clearwater City Council person would.
How was this was “doing something about Scientology?”
Aaron Smith Levin Wants You To Elect Him to the Clearwater City Council
So in the wake of all this failure in “doing something about Scientology”, Bunker created a video to promote his fellow Scientology ‘critic’ Aaron Smith Levin in his run against Lina Teixeira for Clearwater City Council Seat 5.
Aaron has released videos recently claiming that he wants to bring about criminal prosecutions for Scientology and get their tax exempt status revoked. He claims that the only way to get law enforcement to do anything about Scientology’s unspecified (by him) crimes was to create a demand locally – only then will the federal law enforcement act.
His pitch is completely backwards: state and federal law enforcement exist in part to bypass local law enforcement if corruption becomes too entrenched for local police to enforce the law. By concentrating on local law enforcement, Aaron will run into a brick wall in Clearwater, which could be exactly what he wants.
Kyle Brennan’s Death and the Church of Scientology
Kyle Brennan died of a gunshot wound to the head in the Clearwater Avenue apartment of his father, Tom Brennan in February of 2007. Tom Brennan is a very loyal Scientologist, so loyal that he was the personal assistant to Denise Miscavige Gentile, David Miscavige’s twin sister.
Aaron Smith Levin has gone to great lengths to characterize Kyle Brennan’s death as a “suicide”. If Aaron was just a normal civilian of Clearwater, and not a critic of Scientology as he claims, who could blame him? Like most of Clearwater, all he would know is that the local judge ruled Kyle’s death a suicide, and a wrongful death lawsuit brought by his family was thrown out by the same local judicial network that got the Church of Scientology’s criminal charges dropped in the death of Lisa McPherson.
Aaron doesn’t claim to be a normal Clearwater citizen, though. He claims to be an experienced Scientology critic who is going to ‘do something about Scientology’ by exposing their crimes, if you’ll only elect him.
Why then, would Aaron, for instance, characterize the 2007 death of Kyle Brennan as a suicide when all of the evidence in the case points to murder?
Evidence in the Death of Kyle Brennan
- Kyle was found dead of a downward trajectory gunshot wound to the top left side of his head in the home of his Scientologist father. Kyle was right-handed.
- 14 pieces of crime scene evidence were wiped clean of fingerprints.
- The gun that killed Kyle Brennan had no blood or fingerprints on it.
- No gunshot residue was found on Kyle Brennan’s hands.
- Kyle’s father called Scientologists Denise Miscavige Gentile and Gerry Gentile to the scene before he called 911
- The bullet that killed Kyle was never found.
- Clearwater police investigators lied repeatedly to members of Kyle’s family.
- Witnesses who were there that night, including David Miscavige’s twin sister Denise Miscavige Gentile, and her husband Gerald Gentile, changed their stories repeatedly in the weeks and months after the incident.
- Kyle Brennan’s computer was wiped clean of all files and was completely empty when it was returned to his family.
If Aaron Smith Levin is really a critic of Scientology, why would he distract from and bury these facts?
If you think this is not intentional, that the death of Kyle Brennan just slipped these “critics'” minds, here’s more:
It’s the featured picture on this post above. I want to point this out to you again, Clearwater:
See that building across the street in the background of these “Scientology Critics”? It’s The Colony Building at 423 Clearwater Street in downtown Clearwater.
The Colony Building is the building where Kyle Brennan died.
Did these two “critics” of Scientology mention this while talking about how they’re going to do something about Scientology by exposing their crimes on the Clearwater City Council?
There’s something wrong with your critics of Scientology, Clearwater.
You should take notice.