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Oct 29, 2007
Parent anger at religious 'advice' — The Advertiser
Type: Press
Author(s): Xanthe Kleinig
Source: The Advertiser
UNIFORMED police distributed Church of Scientology propaganda at Whyalla High School, contrary to guidelines for religious education. A team of police officers visiting the school showed classes a DVD on living a moral life and distributed a booklet entitled "Whyalla High School presents the way to happiness, a common-sense guide for better living", written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. One outraged parent who did not wish to be named said she had explicitly told the school her children were not ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 5, 2007
Samoa police positive about scientology assistance — Radio New Zealand International
Type: Press
Source: Radio New Zealand International
Posted at 03:46 on 05 October, 2007 UTC Samoa’s acting police commissioner says he welcomes the goodwill visit by scientology volunteers who will train police officers in disaster management. Scientology volunteers have put up tents in front of the government building in Apia for their disaster management training over the next two weeks. The goodwill visit has sparked protests among Christians from various congregations who warn about the possible negative impact. The government has expressed its support for the training, and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 4, 2007
Samoa police minister says country is not endangered by Scientologists — Radio New Zealand International
Type: Press
Source: Radio New Zealand International
Samoa’s Minister of Police, Tole’afoa Apulu Fa’afisi, says a goodwill visit by Scientology volunteer ministers is crucial for the country as their mission is to provide disaster seminars and training for everyone. The minister, who opened the Scientology training programme yesterday was responding to more than a hundred Christian protesters from various denominations who marched to show their disapproval of the Scientologists visit. Tole’afoa says the government’s support for the Scientology volunteers is for the important training they are providing which ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 27, 2007
Re: Kyle Brennan Investigation
More: forums.whyweprotest.net
Type: Account
Re: Kyle Brennan Investigation Content of conversations: Victoria Britton and Detective Steve Bohling of the Clearwater Police Department. August 27, 2007 After Kyle passed away, family members were upset and puzzled as to why we had never received a phone call from the Clearwater Police Department. We thought for certain they would have some questions to ask us regarding Kyle. It was also questioned why Kyle’s physician “Dr. Steven McNamara” was not contacted by the Clearwater Police Department or the medical ...
May 24, 2007
Scientology is not a church or charity. It is, in fact, a cult — The Argus (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
BBC reporter John Sweeney was last week seen losing his temper at the end of a sixmonth investigation into scientology. In 1994, The Argus published a damning exposé of the East Grinsteadbased "religion". Former chief reporter Paul Bracchi, who secretly infiltrated the cult, remembers how its followers relentlessly threatened and pursued him in revenge for criticising their deceptive and manipulative methods. Here Mr Bracchi, who now lives in London, tells the chilling story of how he was stalked and intimidated ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 12, 2007
Why did top policeman agree to appear in a film for the Scientologists? — Daily Mail (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Gordon Rayner
Source: Daily Mail (UK)
A senior policeman has appeared in a video praising the highly-controversial Church of Scientology, the Daily Mail can reveal. Chief Superintendent Ken Stewart, a divisional commander with the City of London police, agreed to be filmed outside Bishopsgate police station for the Scientology film, which is shown to members of the organisation. Although Mr Stewart insisted he was not a Scientologist, the news is the latest evidence of the extent to which the group has managed to forge links with the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 7, 2007
Help on way to Utah // Meth-exposure 'cure' works, says Pleasant View's police chief — Ogden Examiner Standard (Utah)
More: anti-scientologie.ch
Type: Press
Author(s): Tim Gurrister
Source: Ogden Examiner Standard (Utah)
Relief may be on the way for police officers ailing because of exposure to methamphetamine labs. Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff's initiative on behalf of scores of sick former narcotics officers will soon open an in-state treatment center offering the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Program. "Within 30 days, we hope to start sending cops through," Shurtleff said. A closed drug-detox facility in Orem will house the program, and a nonprofit corporation is being formed to run the center, he said. ...
Mar 20, 2007
Met allows Cruise's sect access to data on security alerts — Evening Standard (UK)
Type: Press
Source: Evening Standard (UK)
The Metropolitan Police have agreed to give the Church of Scientology privileged information on security, the Evening Standard can reveal. Under the agreement, the Met has placed the church on the database of groups provided with "current, fast-time”details about safety matters. [Picture / Caption: Devotee: Tom Cruise addresses a meeting of his church which the Police have agreed to give privileged information] The revelation will raise further questions about police links with the sect of which John Travolta and Tom Cruise ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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