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Dec 29, 2009 Rick Pendery, ethical Scientologist
Nov 5, 2009 Blown for Good / Behind the iron curtain of Scientology (book) - 25 Never let me down again — BFG Books
Aug 19, 2009 Rapper Doug E. Fresh finds faith in Scientology — Essence (magazine) More: groups.google.com
Visit any neighborhood in the Black community and you're bound to find a church on nearly every city block. When it comes to faith-based communities, African Americans are believed to be one of the most religious and spiritual especially those who practice Christianity, Islam, Catholicism, or Judaism. There are even some Buddhists, thanks in part to iconic celebrity, Tina Turner, who introduced Black folk to the religion in her autobiography, "What's Love Got to Do With It." But, when it comes ...
Feb 3, 2009 [ABLE and other Scientology-linked secular fronts]
Lawrence H. "Larry" Brennan
I worked on the corporate restructuring in the early 80s that lead to the various “ABLE” groups (Narconon, Applied Scholastics, etc.) falling under the “ABLE” umbrella which in turn was 100% controlled by organized scientology’s Sea Organization under different corporate umbrellas (mostly Church of Scientology International “CSI"). I also handled or oversaw the handling of all their main legal matters around the world as part of the Guardian’s Office for some seven years prior to that.
Prior to the “corporate sortout” ...
Sep 21, 2008 Cult fiction: Scientologist church plans blitz of Irish schools under the guise of charity group — Sunday World (Ireland)
Sep 19, 2008 The Urban Afreeka Foundation Presents The “I Afreeka” Project (TIAP) [leaked] — Enturbulation.org
May 1, 2008 Scientology and the state: Narconon’s influence in the prison system
Abstract: Scientology has never been a stranger to controversy and now an alternative prison rehabilitation center based on Scientology drug treatment stirs concern with medical experts. The Second Chance Center is a small facility outside Albuquerque, N.M., which uses the Scientology-based drug treatment program called Narconon. It is the first prison-based rehabilitation center in America that was designed specifically to foster the Narconon system, and its founders hope that it will be the model for more centers around the country. The ...
Jun 8, 2007 Ndebele flirts with Scientology — Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
The Church of Scientology is running courses for learners on behalf of the KZN premier’s office About 120 hand-picked learners in KwaZulu-Natal have participated in a pilot human rights workshop run by an organisation with direct links to the controversial Church of Scientology — with the backing of the provincial government. A proposal to have the programme rolled out to the rest of KwaZuluNatal’s children is awaiting approval from the provincial legislature and the office of Premier Sbu Ndebele. Last week ...
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