Hollywood And Cults
Cult Orders Hit On Songwriter
No, not that kind of hit – the kind with a gun
May 22. 2008
The Miami New Times did a very telling piece that further exposed why Hollywood and cults are a dangerous combo. The two don’t mix, as evidence by many cult related murders that occurred in Kabbalah and Scientology, respectively.
The article also proved once again, a very damning fact, these cults operate for one thing and one thing only, money. Their is nothing religious or spiritual about a cult. They are all sick and deluded.
True religion from God is free. You don’t have to buy God’s love, because He gives it freely and abundantly. You don’t have to pay Jesus to be your friend, as his friendship and acceptance is free. But not so in cults.
The May 8, 2008 cover story “Pray Now, Shoot Later” and its accompanying article “Musical Bullets” explores the gruesome, near fatal shooting of famous Miami songwriter/producer Estefano (Fabio Salgado), who is responsible for numerous songs by singers Jennifer Lopez, Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan and Paulino Rubio.
He wrote many songs that generated millions of dollars in profit for Sony/BMG and their artists. However, he was being systematically robbed by the cult of Santeria.
When he started inquiring about his money, they sent someone to shoot him in the head and chest. He amazingly survived. The cult was sloppy in how they handled the hit and enough evidence was found to arrest the fingered shooter, Francisco Oliveira Jr.
Estefano and singer Donato
However, the civil suit by the songwriter has been marred in controversy. It has been alleged the Santeria cult and its Miami front man, Jose Luis Gil, blackmailed Estefano into settling the case and letting them steal his money, via threatening to release a videotape of him, where he participated in an embarrassing Santeria ritual.
He gave in, but should not have. Blackmail is illegal and such cases have been successfully prosecuted in numerous criminal courts.
shooter Francisco Oliveira Jr.
Several cults resort to blackmailing members via recordings, video tapes and or files that are very revealing and embarrassing. If the member opts to leave or sue for being fleeced, blackmail enters the picture.
Actor Jason Beghe who left Scientology this year, has been demanding his files back, where via Scientology’s standard practice, they make members tell them their most embarrassing and humiliating thoughts and secrets.
Scientology is refusing to give him the files and tapes back that according to experts could be used to blackmail and humiliate him.
Tom Cruise and adopted son Connor
Note to the public: The moral of the story is, avoid cults at all cost, lest they cost you more than you’re willing to pay. Figuratively and literally.
Note to cult leaders: you continue fleecing and blackmailing people and see where it will lead you. These things never last forever, as God has a funny way of bringing justice about when you least expect it. The same way you treat other people is the same way you will be treated. Never dance with the devil, because the time will come when you’ll have to pay the piper.
Story found here