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Dec 1, 2008 'The Complex' author John Duignan cites Tom Cruise control — NY Daily News (New York)
Nov 3, 2008 I'd have killed for Cruise cult — The Sun (UK)
The Sun (UK)
A TOP Scientologist who escaped the cult has given the most explosive insight yet into the shady "celebrity religion". A-list followers including Tom Cruise, Kirstie Alley and John Travolta believe their faith is the secret of their success. But for John Duignan it cost him everything and everyone he held dear after he become a leading figure in the church's British branch. John says he was so brainwashed that he would have killed for Scientology. And he claims another member was ...
Oct 23, 2008 Battling Scientology — Boston Phoenix
Oct 9, 2008 Death of a nethead — Gawker
Oct 4, 2008 Gloria Lopez — France 2
Oct 2, 2008 19/20 National: Gloria Lopez (French) — France 3
Aug 25, 2008 Beck still puzzled about Scientology-linked deaths — Channel 3 (New Zealand)
Channel 3 (New Zealand)
Rocker Beck is still trying to make sense of the deaths of two acquaintances that have been linked to his Church of Scientology faith. Theresa Duncan died of a drug overdose in July 2007 after telling friends she feared Scientologists were stalking her for trying to help Beck escape from the Church. Her grief-stricken fiance Jeremy Blake committed suicide a week later. Beck maintains he knew Blake socially but only knew Duncan through a film script she handed him, about a ...
May 6, 2008 Faut-il réhabiliter la Scientologie ? (with unofficial English subtitles) — Canal M6
May 3, 2008 Scientology foe's notes shed light on suicide — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Shawn Lonsdale, who carried on a one-man crusade against Scientology in 2006, was "sick, depressed, broke and tired of it all" when he took his life in February, according to a suicide note released Friday. Police discovered him on Feb. 16, a garden hose stretching from the exhaust pipe of his car into a window of his home at 510 N Lincoln Ave. Online speculation coursed through anti-Scientology circles that he did not kill himself. On Friday, however, police ...
Apr 25, 2008 Marc Headley interview on Glosslip — Glosslip
Apr 19, 2008 From the marketing geniuses at the Church of Scientology — Glosslip
Apr 16, 2008 Police probe suicide linked to Scientologists — Aftenpolten
Aftenpolten The daughter of a member of Norway's parliament committed suicide hours after she received what her family claims were "devastating" results from a personality test administered by the Church of Scientology. Police in France, where the young woman was studying, are investigating. Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) reported Tuesday evening that French police are checking alleged links between the suicide of Kaja Bordevich Ballo, age 20, and the Scientologists. Ballo's father, Olav Gunnar Ballo, is a member of the Norwegian Parliament for the ... Apr 6, 2008 Special report: The Scientologists — Israel TV
Mar 15, 2008 Ex-Scientologist share story about the suicide of her dad
Mar 1, 2008 From our own correspondants [John Sweeney's tribute to Shawn Lonsdale] — BBC Radio
Feb 20, 2008 Scientology Critic's Death Thought To Be Suicide — Tampa Bay Online
Feb 19, 2008 Anti-Scientology activist found dead in home — Radar Online
Feb 19, 2008 Death Of Scientology critic 'does appear to be suicide' — MSNBC
Feb 19, 2008 Scourge of Scientology dies in apparent suicide — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jan 29, 2008 Scientology's Fanatical Military — Orato
I spent a few days with Prof. Stephen Kent, of the Sociology Department of the University of Alberta, a couple of months ago. He is one of the few really brave academics willing to face up to mind control cults of the Scientology ilk, study, and expose what they really are and the damage they do the people they control. I spent many hours with Steve, describing my 20-year experiences within the cult’s fanatical, militant and secretive inner circle, an organization ...
Jan 1, 2008 The Golden Suicides — Vanity Fair
Nancy Jo Sales
On a rainy October night in Washington, D.C., the friends and family of Jeremy Blake gathered for a private memorial service at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Blake, an art-world star acclaimed for his lush and moody “moving paintings,” shape-shifting innovations mixing abstract painting and digital film, had ended his life on the night of July 17, walking into the Atlantic Ocean off Rockaway Beach, Queens, never to return. “I am going to join the lovely Theresa,” Blake, 35, had written ...
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