I’d like to read this, really I would, but it’s 26 (web-) pages long. But I’m linking to it now (and I’ll keep it open to motivate myself to read it after all) because Peter just finished reading it today, and was all lit up about the details within, which are pretty shocking (as unlike the usual style, actually laid out in words, rather than just hinted at and then avoided in case of legal action):

The New Yorker – The Apostate
Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology. by Lawrence Wright

Apparently the amount of legal crap delivered unto the New Yorker offices is staggering.