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Jun 13, 2008 Scientology hires Staubach Co. to shepherd $45M revival — Tampa Bay Business Journal
Tampa Bay Business Journal
CLEARWATER — The Church of Scientology — the largest downtown property owner — expects to begin work on the interior of its world spiritual headquarters almost 10 years after it first began construction of the building. The organization has hired Staubach Co., an international construction management firm founded by former NFL star Roger Staubach, to oversee the $45 million interior design of the six-story Mediterranean Revival building. The church hasn't yet hired a general contractor, but work on the 380,000-square-foot building, ...
May 24, 2008 Intergalactic tyrants beware: the boys in blue are after you — The Guardian (UK)
The Guardian (UK)
Anyone who thinks the police aren't interested in diversity will be amazed by the links they have built with Scientology Once again our great nation has entertained the world, putting on two stunning exhibition matches this week. First was the Champions League final, between the clubs who finished first and second in our very own Premier League. The second - and whether the parties were quite as closely matched as Manchester United and Chelsea will be for you to decide - ...
May 8, 2008 Scientologists decry threats — CNN
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] (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 6, 2008 Faut-il réhabiliter la Scientologie ? (with unofficial English subtitles) — Canal M6
Apr 17, 2008 Masked activists target NZ Scientology headquarters — New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Herald
Masked protesters have begun a campaign against the Auckland headquarters of Scientology New Zealand, as part of a worldwide movement against the church. The protest, called Operation Reconnect, was organised by a global group calling itself Anonymous, which began its internet-based "War on Scientology" in January. It aimed to bring together families it says have been torn apart by the church. The latest protest on Saturday was the third of its kind, held across the road from the church's Panmure headquarters. ...
Apr 13, 2008 Why I fled Scientology — Sidney Morning Herald (Australia)
Sidney Morning Herald (Australia)
[Picture / Caption: Science friction ... former high-ranking Scientologist David Graham has gone public with his concerns about the religion and what he considers a denial of human rights Helen Nezdropa Photo: Helen Nezdropa] AN AUSTRALIAN man who was a former high-ranking member of the Church of Scientology is calling for the religion to be "totally dismantled" because of the human rights abuses he says it inflicts on its followers. David Graham has gone public after years of keeping quiet when ...
Feb 15, 2008 Heard of aliens, now meet the Thetans — Daily News & Analysis (India)
Daily News & Analysis (India)
The belief system of Tom Cruise is coming to the city.Scientology plans its Mumbai chapter MUMBAI: What do Tom Cruise, businesswoman Priya Kumar, model Sheena Chohan, actor Bunty Grewal and John Travolta have in common? They're all Scientologists, and swear by the teachings of Lafayette Ronald Hubbard, the American sci-fi writer who laid down the principals of what came to be called – in 1954 – the Church of Scientology. Over the years, Priya, who owns and runs a leadership training ...
Feb 15, 2008 The faith business: Scientology in NZ — Sunday Star-Times
Accountant Andrew Yong was near his office in the Panmure shops in east Auckland when he met a man who would change his life. Andrew Wenborn was from the Church of Scientology, headquartered a few hundred metres away. An Australian on secondment from Sydney, Wenborn persuaded Yong to take a Scientology "stress test", using an electrical device called an "e-meter". Sure enough, Yong was stressed and his health poor, Wenborn told him, and Scientology could help. What's more, said Wenborn, he ...
Feb 11, 2008 Masked protesters hike up pressure on Scientologists — The Scotsman (UK)
Jan 18, 2008 Scientologists' tall new home — The Oregonian (Portland)
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