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Jun 25, 2005
A couch Tom Cruise won't jump on // Actor lambastes psychiatry on 'Today' — Washington Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Leiby
Source: Washington Post
Okay, should we address him as Dr. Tom Cruise from now on? Or will the Rev. Dr. Cruise suffice? Whatever: Anybody who watched the actor's performance on NBC's "Today" show yesterday witnessed an unsettling transformation. The movie star, who has long embraced Scientology, launched a full-bore assault on the psychiatric profession, sticking to a script that his church (founded, mind you, by a hack science fiction writer) has been promoting for decades. "Psychiatry is a pseudoscience," he told host Matt Lauer, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 12, 2005
Testing openness to Scientology // Church offers stress exams, and a pitch, at public booths — Washington Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Schwartzman
Source: Washington Post
The sign advertising "Free Stress Test" beckoned Marian Prescott as she crossed Farragut Square, and she found herself settling into a chair beneath a yellow tent and taking hold of two metal poles hooked up to a device that the tester said could detect psychic strain. "What did you think of?" asked Kelly Turrisi, the tester, as the needle on the electrometer jumped to the right. Prescott tilted back her head and laughed. Work. Her husband. What else? Turrisi, 19, leaned ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 28, 2005
For tsunami survivors, a touch of Scientology — Washington Post
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