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Jun 19, 2007 Lawsuit: Firm's training was front for Scientology — Daily Southtown
A former employee of a Southland telecommunications company claims the company's required training included courses "designed to indoctrinate employees" in Scientology, and when she objected to the religious aspects of the training she was fired. Margaret Warfield, of Montgomery, filed her religious discrimination lawsuit in federal court Monday against BTI Communications Group. According to the company's Web site, BTI Communications Group is a business telephone and communications technology company headquartered in Lemont, with branch offices in Santa Fe Springs and Sacramento, ...
Jun 14, 2007 Proselytizing on the Common - The Church of Scientology comes to town — Worcester Magazine More: web.archive.org
For the past week, they set up big yellow tents with three snow-cone points and little flags on top on the Common right behind City Hall. From a distance you'd have thought that the circus had come to town. It didn't. It was the Church of Scientology's International Volunteer Minister Pioneer Cavalcade, a kind of roving revival tent show to spread the word of church founder L. Ron Hubbard. Emblazed across the front of the tents were the words: "Do Something ...
May 27, 2007 Scientology to target students — Mail on Sunday (UK)
Mail on Sunday (UK)
The controversial Church of Scientology is planning to target students at Scottish universities and colleges in a new recruitment drive. Leaders of the church, which is largely regarded as a cult and believes humans descended from aliens, have revealed they intend to send workers into campuses to seek out impressionable youngsters. Ironically, they believe recent bad publicity after the movement featured on the BBC's Panorama programme has helped attract new converts. Following the programme screening two weeks ago, which featured presenter ...
May 23, 2007 Scientology sect 'using British art as a front' — Evening Standard (UK)
Evening Standard (UK)
The Church of Scientology has been accused of using British artists as a front for recruiting members.
The Stuckist movement, which rails against conceptual art, is in turmoil over claims that sales of its artists' paintings are effectively funding Scientology, a religious sect accused of brainwashing its followers.
The row has led to disquiet among artists as far afield as Germany.
Charles Thomson, who founded the Stuckist movement in Britain, admitted to the Evening Standard he was wrong to give the ...
Apr 26, 2007 Scientologists visiting Va. Tech to help — Roanoke Times
Pamela J. Podger
Scientologists address man as a spiritual being and say they help people to improve their lives. BLACKSBURG – Brian Grogan, 26, was chomping on a hot dog before heading to work Wednesday when he noticed people in canary yellow T-shirts handing out religious pamphlets. A moment later, he realized they were Scientologists. "They're leeches," Grogan said. "They show up wherever something bad happens and use that to spread their propaganda." Scientologists say they're no different from the Southern Baptists, Catholics or ...
Apr 18, 2007 The Scientology vultures have landed at Virginia Tech! — Hollywood, Interrupted More: hollywoodinterrupted.com
The criminal cult literally has VT in their crosshairs.
As quoted in today's
Daily News Rush & Molloy column
, Scientology's anti-psychiatry front group spokeswoman says, "We prohibit our people from proselytizing." Hollywood, Interrupted calls
, and can now release an internal Scientology memo proving that proselytizing at the shooting tragedy site is exactly what they are doing. As first posted on the excellent anti-Scientology clearing house site
, here is an excerpt from the cult's current recruitment and publicity ...
Jan 7, 2007 Revealed: how Scientologists infiltrated Britain's schools / Insight: Drugs charity is front for ‘dangerous’ organisation — The Sunday Times (UK)
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