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Jul 7, 2008
Greta Van Susteren Bays For Blood Of Anderson Cooper — Gawker
Type: Blog
Author(s): Ryan Tate
Source: Gawker
As a member of two vindictive cults — Fox News and Scientology — cable news anchor Greta Van Susteren is an absolute pro at channeling rage. Witness the blog post she typed up on the 4th of July holiday. The executive producer of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 last week called Susteren's On The Record "not a news program. It's missing-person of the day." Hoo-boy. Susteren's 1000-word response swiftly pinned blame for the comments on Cooper, since he should be able to ...
May 16, 2008
Scientology Reacts to the Voice — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Tony Ortega
Source: Village Voice
If you watched Tommy Davis on CNN last week, you know that Scientology isn’t very adept at public relations. I was reminded of that now that I’ve been reminiscing about what it was like to write about Hubbardites back in the day, and writing numerous stories about Jason Beghe. Yesterday I heard from Los Angeles-based Scientology spokeswoman Karin Pouw, my old friend, who noticed that I’m back on the Scientology beat. Pouw and I go back a long way. When I ...
May 8, 2008
Scientologists decry threats — CNN
Type: TV
Source: CNN
[ Transcript by Anonymous ] (Based on CNN own videos, but completed using YouTube - CNN: Scientology vs. Anonymous : Tommy Davis Responds) [00:00] John Roberts: It is 27 minutes after the hour. Scientology has prominent followers and very vocal critics. But now some of these critics are anonymous, bringing their campaign on the Internet. Kareen Wynter explains. Attacking scientology (2:21) (Video - Breaking News Videos from CNN.com) [00:00] Kareen Wynter: The church of scientology has had its share of ...
May 8, 2008
Scientology Spokesman Gives Non-Answers on CNN — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Tony Ortega
Source: Village Voice
CNN’s John Roberts this morning, trying to get a typically squirrelly Scientology spokesman, Tommy Davis, to answer some basic questions about L. Ron Hubbard’s outfit... Roberts: “There are some people, and one of them is a correspondent for the Village Voice, who says the basic tenet of the Church of Scientology is to rid the body of space-alien parasites, to clear oneself.” Davis: “Well, John, does that sound silly to you? I mean it’s unrecognizable to me.” The shout-out from CNN ...
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