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Nov 6, 2007
Tom Cruise Rewards Scientology Honchos — FOX News
Type: Press
Author(s): Roger Friedman
Source: FOX News
Sunday night, Tom Cruise rewarded high-ranking members of the Church of Scientology with tickets to a private screening of his new movie, "Lions for Lambs." This is the provocative anti-war movie which he executive-produced for United Artists with partner Paula Wagner. I rather doubt that director Robert Redford, who's also a co-star, and Cruise's other co-star, Meryl Streep, had any idea that the screening room at the Museum of Modern Art and the cocktail party following was full of Scientologists, including ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 7, 2007
Clinic's results make 9/11 responders believe — Philadelphia Inquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Art Carey
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
Critics aside, they say Scientology's detox center cures ills. By Art Carey Inquirer Staff Writer Within days of beginning treatment, Mike Wire noticed changes. His pain eased. His mood brightened. His sense of smell returned, sharper than ever. A retired millwright from Bucks County, Wire, 60, is among thousands of rescue workers, firefighters and police officers who developed an array of serious ailments after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York. Wire spent 21/2 ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 5, 2007
A sprite who was sapped of spirit — Philadelphia Inquirer
More: philly.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Art Carey
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
Because she lived only a block from Ground Zero, Jodi Bettis wasn't allowed to return to her apartment until the end of October, about six weeks after 9/11. On her window ledge, she found six inches of dust and soot, embedded with grim souvenirs of people who had worked in the Twin Towers - an earring, the scrap of a photograph, popcorn. Her apartment assaulted her with a variety of smells - all of them repellent. "It smelled like heavy dust," ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 5, 2007
Patient No. 1, and a towel stained purple — Philadelphia Inquirer
More: philly.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Art Carey
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
[Picture: "Tom Bulger on the roof of Stuyvesant High School in New York. To the left of his shoulder is the rebuilt 7 World Trade Center building (the tallest glass building in the background). Bulger was the first person through the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project, a Manhattan clinic that follows a protocol pioneered by L. Ron Hubbard, controversial (and late) founder of the Church of Scientology."] Tom Bulger heard the sound of a jet flying low, gunning its engines. ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 12, 2007
Cruises's clinic OK — New York Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Steve Dunleavy
Source: New York Post
SHOCK and grief turned to horror when Joe Higgins helped pull the body of his brother and fellow firefighter, Tim, from the rubble of the World Trade Center. "We found him about three weeks after Sept. 11, and later, there was a bunch of us on the pile one night and I looked up," Joe was saying. "I saw this haze of dust was like a rainbow - red, blue, yellow tiny particles - and I said to the guys, 'You ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 30, 2007
The Rundown on Scientology's Purification Rundown — New York Press
Type: Press
Author(s): John DeSio
Source: New York Press
“I'm not here converting these men and women to Scientology. And I've got to tell you something—I've been a Scientologist 20 years. In Sacramento I, more than any other Scientologist, got new people into Scientology, me personally. I'm very good at converting people, if I want to.” Jim Woodworth is the director of the New York Rescue Workers' Detoxification Project, and he is bristling at the suggestion that his program is an arm of the Church of Scientology. He insists that ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 20, 2007
Tom Cruise holds fundraiser for Scientology 9/11 detox project — ABC News
Type: Press
Source: ABC News
(New York - WABC, April 20, 2007) (WABC) – Tom Cruise appeared at a private dinner fundraiser on Thursday night for the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project, a program he co-founded in 2002. The Scientology-based program offers free treatment to emergency workers who suffer breathing difficulties and other health problems stemming from exposure to toxins at ground zero after 9/11 terror attacks. "Nearly six years later, many are still paying a price for their heroic service at the World Trade ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 19, 2007
Crui$ing for cash — New York Post
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Type: Press
Source: New York Post
April 19, 2007 — Scientology nut Tom Cruise is in New York to solicit more cash for his controversial venture to 'detox' the heroes of September 11. As reported by the Post on April 6, Cruise, 44, will appear at a private gala on Manhattan's West 18th Street tonight to raise funds for the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project, a program he co-founded in 2002. His wife, Katie Holmes, is also expected to be at the dinner, starting at 6 ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 19, 2007
Cruise to detox NY — PerthNow
Type: Press
Source: PerthNow
SCIENTOLOGY fanatic Tom Cruise is in New York to solicit more cash for his controversial venture to 'detox' the heroes of September 11. Cruise, 44, will appear at a private gala on Manhattan's West 18th Street tonight to raise funds for the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project, a program he co-founded in 2002. His wife, Katie Holmes, is also expected to be at the dinner. Guests are paying as much as US$100,000 for a table for eight. "Nearly six years ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 7, 2007
'Cruise control' Pol: It helped me // Hails weird detox — New York Post
Type: Press
Author(s): David Seifman
Source: New York Post
A legislator hosting a gala fund-raising dinner for a controversial detoxification program for 9/11 rescue workers co-founded by Tom Cruise revealed yesterday he's undergone the procedure himself. "I will tell you I felt 100 times better after the program than I've felt in the last 15 years," said City Councilman Hiram Monserrate (D-Queens). The Post reported yesterday that Monserrate is one of the hosts of an April 19 fund-raiser for the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project, where Cruise is appearing, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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