I looked up Monique Yingling after reading your comment, J Swift, saying
The two key women in DM's life are Lou and Monique.
Monique is nine years older than DM, and unlikely to be impressed with his uneducated mind, so I guess there's no hanky-panky there.
Yingling...has represented Scientology for about 14 years, primarily on tax and corporate matters.
(written in 1998), Note 1
Thus she started representing CoS about 1984, around the same time as her husband. Then she made partner the next year, so maybe she pleased her firm with some fat revenue from CoS. She looks deeply entrenched with CoS, so Miscavige can count on her in the near future at least.
Monique was born 1951... works as a partner at Zuckert, Scoutt &
Rasenberger...Washington, DC...She and her husband, Gerald Alan Feffer, were married 1983 in the...National Cathedral... They have at least two sons...
Monique’s professional areas of practice are...federal tax controversies, ...tax exempt organizations. She was admitted to
the bar in 1977 in California ... She was promoted to partner in the fall of 1985.
Yingling attended... Vassar College, where she obtained a Bachelors degree, 1973, and U. of Tennessee, where she received her law degree in 1977... She worked as a trial attorney with the Department of
Justice Tax Division from 1978 to 1983.
Her husband, Gerald A. Feffer, is a highly-sought after
criminal defense attorney at Williams & Connolly, ...Washington, DC.
... He is described to be calm, genial and restrained. In
1985, he was selected by David Miscavige and Lyman Spurlock to
defend the COS executives against charges of conspiracy to
defaud the IRS. Feffer quickly disposed of the criminal tax
investigation in November 1986. “We went to the Department of
Justice and they decided not to even authorize a grand jury”,
Feffer has said. Feffer continues to advise Miscavige and the
church on “special projects”, as he calls them. Feffer, for
example, negotiated the terms of Miscavige’s appearance on Feb.
14, 1992 on ABC’s Nightline to respond to the Time Magazine
articles on the COS. Following discussions Feffer says he had
with Nightline producer Richard Harris, Miscavige had a rare
one-on-one session with Ted Koppel and was given plenty of time
for comment. The interview went a half hour over the allotted
time so Miscavige could respond to specific criticisms of the
Feffer also says that Miscavige has relied upon him to help
select new lawyers for the church. For example, in 1985, he
brought in DC-based tax exempt organizations specialist Thomas
Spring, and in 1987, he brought Monique in to work with Spring
to help unravel the COS’s longstanding civil tax problems with
...the Yingling’s main residence is...Washington, DC 20008.
Monique Yingling appears to be one of the best tax attorneys in
the nation. Gerald Feffer is reputed to be one of the best
criminal defense attorneys in the nation.
Best wishes, SP4 & Adm. TOXE CXI
Monique may not be sleeping with Miscavige but she, along with Moxon, is a lawyer-whore. The post above, where Monique stammered and evaded when asked to bring Shelly forward, shows to me that Monique knows something fishy is happening with Shelly. I wonder if Monique helped David plot to safeguard his loot from Shelly by forced-but "voluntary"- house-arrest and a rewritten will.
violence became part of the management culture. "Some of them were beat up,'' Yingling said. "But not by David Miscavige. You know by who? Marty Rathbun.''
Note 3 (with recent photo of Yingling)
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Note 1: http://www.sptimes.com/News/32899/Tampa ... _like.html
Note 2: http://groups.google.com/group/alt.reli ... 392ba0ffc9
Note 3: St. Pete Times
, Scientology's response to church defectors: 'Total lies
' at http://www.tampabay.com/news/article1012138.ece