The church is blaming the recent killing of a security worker at its headquarters in Australia, allegedly at the hands of a teenage boy, on A&E and Remini's docuseries. "For years, A&E executives ignored our warnings that the series was inspiring bigotry and violence," Scientology spokeswoman Karen Pouw wrote in a letter to A&E. "You knew what you were doing. Your intent was to stir up hate and turn it into cash. Now somebody has been murdered."