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Oct 21, 2010 Narconon rehab called front for Scientology — Courthouse News Service
Courthouse News Service
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (CN) — A father claims Narconon International and the Association for Living and Education International are fronts for Scientology, and that he paid them $35,500 for "essentially worthless treatment" for his drug-addicted son. He says the groups run rehab programs "to enrich themselves and to provide a recruit base for the Church of Scientology rather than to provide competent treatment for chemical dependency." David Compton sued the two companies, and Narconon Vista, alleging fraud and breach of contract. ...
Jul 16, 2010 The Edge: David Love — The Hawk (Saint Joseph's University, Pennsylvania)
The Hawk (Saint Joseph's University, Pennsylvania) [Credit: Transcript by Anonymous @ whyweprotest.net.]
—– ABBREVIATIONS: TS = Tom Smith DL = David Love The format of the time offsets is minutes:seconds (MM:SS). —– TRANSCRIPT: 00:02 Announcer: hawkradio.com, student radio for Tampa Bay and the voice of Hillsborough Community College, streaming on the web 24/7. 00:12 Announcer: The content of the following program does not necessarily express or imply the opinions and/or policies of Hillsborough Community College, hawkradio.com, or WXYB AM. The producer of this program created it ...
Jun 29, 2010 Inquiry hears Scientology cash siphoned overseas — Australia Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) News
Australia Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) News
A parliamentary inquiry has heard claims the Church of Scientology leaves members to fund local charitable activities out of their own pockets, as it siphons donations to church officials overseas. The Senate committee was formed after Independent Senator Nick Xenophon raised concerns about Scientology, and proposed changes to tax law that would require religions to pass a public benefit test in order to be exempt from income tax. The Church of Scientology says the bill is being used as a platform ...
Jun 8, 2010 Scientology takes hold in India — Global Post
Mridu Khullar Relph
A controversial religion has gripped India with its business principles and self-help routine. NEW DELHI, India — In India, where the most popular psychology books include such titles as “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” and “Who Moved My Cheese,” there's a new self-help guru in town: Scientology. Founded in 1954 by United States science-fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, the Church of Scientology is the religion of Hollywood stars like Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Isaac Hayes, claiming a worldwide ...
Mar 27, 2010 Scientology Workgroup of the Ministry of the Interior in Hamburg: Educational Symposium [Amy Scobee] [Part 1] More:
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