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9/11 • amy waldman • anti-psychiatry • barbara graham • ben shaw • clear body, clear mind (book) • david e. root • detox • fox news • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • john carmichael • keith w. miller • kurt weiland • margarita lopez • medical claims • national mental health association (nmha) • nerve, touch assist • new york rescue workers detoxification program • operation clambake message board • recruitment • red cross • salvation army • solutions for a dangerous environment (booklet) • tom cruise • volunteer ministers
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Oct 21, 2004
Poisons, Begone! // The dubious science behind the Scientologists' detoxification program for 9/11 rescue workers — Slate Magazine
More: Sidebar
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
Sep 12, 2004
No more Mr Nice Guy — The Observer (London, UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Neil Strauss
Source: The Observer (London, UK)
After a lifetime playing wholesome, all-American heroes, Tom Cruise has finally discovered his dark side. He's also ditched his publicist, moved in with his sisters and is looking for the third Mrs Cruise. So is Hollywood's leading man having a middle-youth crisis? Interview by Neil Strauss [Picture: "What sinister ambitions lie concealed behind that smile? ... Tom Cruise. Photograph: Domenico Stinellis / AP"] Want to meet my mom?' Tom Cruise asks as we walk through the halls of the Celebrity Center, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 18, 2004
Tom Cruise opens rescue workers detox clinic — Illustrated News
Type: Press
Author(s): Margaret Whitely
Source: Illustrated News
Tom Cruise, the well-known actor, has consistently pledged his support to the many rescue workers who are suffering the effects of the toxic assault on the nervous system, and lungs associated with the cleanup of Ground Zero as a result of the aftermath of the terrorist attack on September 11 on the World Trade Center. Cruise, working with many of the doctors involved in the project, and along with firefigher Joe Higgins, opened a facility in New York that utilizes one ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 15, 2004
Cruise charity aids WTC workers — CBS News
Type: Press
Source: CBS News
(CBS/AP) An organization co-founded by actor Tom Cruise has raised $1.2 million to expand a treatment program for rescue workers exposed to potentially hazardous materials after the collapse of the World Trade Center. The New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project said it has treated more than 200 workers who say they were suffering effects from breathing the air filled with smoke, dust and debris after the Sept. 11, 2001, destruction of the trade center. The money raised by Cruise and others ...
Apr 13, 2004
Actor Cruise backs terror detox — BBC News
Type: Press
Source: BBC News
Hollywood star Tom Cruise helped raise $1.2m (£657,000) to provide treatment for firefighters exposed to toxic gases during the 11 September attacks. The detox regime was designed by Ron L Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology, to which Cruise belongs. "I worried about those who had survived and been exposed," said the actor at a recent fundraising dinner. "(I) knew immediately that not only would people be getting ill... but that it would be sooner rather than later." Alternative treatment ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 13, 2004
Cruise raises millions to detox rescue workers — Australia Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) News
Type: Press
Source: Australia Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) News
US movie star Tom Cruise has helped raise $US1.2 million to treat emergency workers exposed to toxic materials following the September 11 terrorist strikes in New York. Cruise, 41, pitched in to help raise cash for the alternative treatment for rescuers suffering debilitating effects from toxic exposure in the recovery and clean-up effort following the 2001 attacks in New York. The heart-throb actor, who is a keen member of the Church of Scientology, backed the drive to provide a detox regimen ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 1, 2002
12 least-known teachings of Scientology — The Wittenburg Door
More: web.archive.org
Type: Press
Author(s): Becky Garrison
Source: The Wittenburg Door
1. Scientologist doctors recommend that all thetans who want to be clear and disease free undergo a regimen of proper auditing and constant expulsion of liquid assets of at least $300,000 in order to drain completely their minds (and bank accounts). 2. A Tribble is a thetan that seeks to obtain OT III level status by foregoing shaving. Notable tribbles who have donned beards include Nancy Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson), Tom Cruise and John Travolta. 3. Xenu is the name ...
Feb 8, 2002
Scientology reaches out to troubled with ad campaign — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Deborah O'Neil
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Billboards are going up in major U.S. cities claiming to have an answer for those in distress. Some mental health experts question the church's motive. For Americans troubled by economic uncertainty, fear and grief, 1,100 Church of Scientology billboards going up in major U.S. cities claim to have an answer. "No matter how bad it is ... SOMETHING CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT." The billboards are part of an unprecedented national media campaign by Scientology to reach what it calls "a ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 22, 2001
Full pews and prayers for peace // While all have condemned the terrorist attacks, feelings about the response are mixed — The Guardian (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Stephen Bates
Source: The Guardian (UK)
After years of declining congregations, churches in England are reporting a strange phenomenon - pews have been filling up in the wake of the atrocities of 11th September. Whether it is a temporary conversion remains to be seen and the evidence so far is fairly ephemeral - 800 at evensong in Exeter instead of the normal 100, attendance at services 50% up in York Minster, 60% up at Winchester - but some clergy are noticing a new seriousness. Richard Chartres, Bishop ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 20, 2001
Changed Lives; Religious Leader Takes His Calling to Ground Zero — New York Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Amy Waldman
Source: New York Times
AMID faces gray with grief and grime, theirs are fresh, even smiling. Among blackened uniforms and sooty equipment, their yellow T-shirts are bright buoys. They are clean. At any time, well over 100 volunteer ministers from the Church of Scientology mill around the remains of the World Trade Center. On the day of the attack, they took in food to workers. Since then, they have taken the mind-altering techniques developed by the church's founder, L. Ron Hubbard. When rescue workers stagger ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 18, 2001
Scientology at Ground Zero — Operation Clambake Message Board
Sep 17, 2001
Beware Scientologists Claiming To Be Mental Health Professionals — National Mental Health Association
More: mhatexas.org
Type: Press
Source: National Mental Health Association
Alexandria, VA – The National Mental Health Association (NMHA) today is warning the public and media to beware of representatives of the Church of Scientology who are claiming to be mental health professionals assisting individuals in New York City. "This is a very important and sensitive time," said Michael M. Faenza, President and CEO of NMHA. "I urge the Church of Scientology to stay out of mental health. The public needs to understand that the Scientologists are using this tragedy to ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 15, 2001
'Mental health' hotline a blind lead — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The televised blurb offered mental health assistance dealing with the attacks. Callers reached Scientologists. Television viewers who turned to Fox News on Friday for coverage of the terrorist attack also saw a message scrolling across the bottom of their screens – National Mental Health Assistance: 800-FOR-TRUTH. Unknown to the cable news channel, the phone number connects to a Church of Scientology center in Los Angeles, where Scientologists were manning the phones. Scientology officials said the number is a hotline offering referrals ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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