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Jun 12, 1994 Special investigation: Scientology — Sunday Mail (UK) More: link
Sunday Mail (UK)
TEENAGER David McLaren is in hiding, after breaking free from the Scientology cult. "I'm the one who got away," said the brave 18-year-old, who came forward to help Scots girl Christine Forsyth. "I found freedom, now I want Christine to enjoy that same freedom", he said. Last week we told the shocking story of how 24-year-old Christine, from Kirkcaldy, was "tried" for "treason" by the mind-bending cult. HER CRIME WAS SPEAKING TO AN "OUTSIDER". Christine's distraught dad begged the cult to ...
May 28, 1994 Family claim their brother is 'prisoner' of cult — Cork Examiner (Ireland) More: link
Cork Examiner (Ireland)
A CO TIPPERARY family claim an American cult is holding their brother 'prisoner' with the help of mind-control techniques. P. J. Phelan, an agricultural consultant who works in Nenagh, his father and three sisters have vowed to "fight to the end" to "release" their brother Tony (33), who became involved with the Church of Scientology shortly after his mother's death in 1989. "I would warn anyone thinking of becoming involved in Dianetics or Scientology not to get involved. Don't tough it ...
Apr 29, 1994 'Brainwashed' / Bristol man to sue cult for over £10,000 — Bristol Journal (UK) More: cosmedia.freewinds.cx, link
Bristol Journal (UK)
A BRISTOL man is suing an organisation which he claims taught him to lie and reject his family, whilst charging him over £7,000 for the pleasure. John Simpson, aged 24, (not his real name) is a former member of the controversial cult of the Church of Scientology or Dianetics, as it is otherwise known. He finally 'escaped' last month after seven months in the group. If you had quizzed him last year about his involvement with Scientology, he would probably have ...
Apr 22, 1994 Cult probe backlash [incomplete] — The Times (UK) More: link
The Times (UK)
Security was stepped up at Hull University this week when psychologists met to discuss the growth of cults and their mind-control techniques. Conference organiser Barry Hart admits he was not expecting the outburst he received from groups such as the Scientologists. "They said our conference was prejudiced," Dr Hart said. "I am prejudiced against destructive and damaging cults, but I certainly didn't expect this backlash." Liberal peer Lord McNair wrote to Hull University's vice chancellor claiming that the conference was an ...
Jan 31, 1994 The prisoners of Saint Hill — The Independent (UK) More:
cosmedia.freewinds.cx, link Jan 16, 1994 Cult took my son from me — Sunday Mail (Brisbane, Australia)
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