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Oct 21, 2004
Poisons, Begone! // The dubious science behind the Scientologists' detoxification program for 9/11 rescue workers — Slate Magazine
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Type: Press
Author(s): Amanda Schaffer
Source: Slate Magazine
In September 2002, the New York Rescue Workers Detox Project began to offer free "detoxification treatment" to firefighters, police officers, and others exposed to high levels of toxic debris in the aftermath of the World Trade Center's collapse. The detox program—based on the teachings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and detailed in his book Clear Body, Clear Mind—purports to "flush" poisons from the body's fat stores using an intensive regimen of jogging, oil ingestion, sauna, and high doses of vitamins, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 10, 1992
Group seeks money to expand — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger, Wayne Garcia
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The Church of Scientology is asking its members for $40-million in donations so it can pay for the new building it plans to put up in downtown Clearwater. The church has received at least $7.4-million, including three donations of more than $1-million each, according to a flier mailed recently by the church. But the flier asks members to contribute more, because the building would help expand Scientology worldwide. The Church of Scientology has its international spiritual headquarters in Clearwater. Some denounce ...
Aug 9, 1991
Teens tempted by cash // Claim school downplayed — Winnipeg Sun
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Riva Harrison
Source: Winnipeg Sun
Two local teenagers who raised money for Narconon — a drug rehabilitation program linked to the Church of Scientology — say they were told they'd make more money fund-raising than going to school this fall. Adam Blackburn and Dale Fairfax, who are no longer fund-raising for Narconon, said their supervisor told them they likely wouldn't want to go back to school if they continued to work as salesmen. "He said 'You won't be going back to school after you see the ...
Aug 8, 1991
Angry teens picket Sun // Links to Scientology cut into fundraising efforts for Narconon — Winnipeg Sun
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Type: Press
Author(s): Pat St. Germain
Source: Winnipeg Sun
About 30 teenagers hired to raise funds for Narconon — a drug rehabilitation program linked to the Church of Scientology — picketed The Sun's offices yesterday to protest news reports on Narconon and the church last week. Several teenagers — accompanied by an adult spokesman bearing press kits — complained a recent Sun story linking Narconon to the alleged cult left the perception the teen salespeople are linked to the cult as well. "All we were trying to do was get ...
Aug 7, 1991
Didn't mislead [missing part] // Nothing 'covert' involving city teens, says Scientology [article incomplete] — Winnipeg Sun
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Type: Press
Source: Winnipeg Sun
The director of public affairs for the Church of Scientology in Western Canada denied yesterday it misled about 60 Winnipeg teenagers, hired to raise funds for a drug rehabilitation program linked to the church. "I just think it's very much a tempest in a teapot. This (project) employed a lot of kids," Robbie Hepburn, who flew in to Winnipeg from British Columbia, said. "Yes, there's a connection, but it's not some kind of covert or bad connection." Just because Narconon uses ...
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