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May 22, 2010 Does John Travolta believe his baby is the reincarnation of his dead son? — Daily Mail (UK)
Daily Mail (UK)
Sunrise in the humidity of deepest Florida, a hazy mist cloaking the ground as the coolness of the night turns to cloying heat, and a lone individual trudges along an airport runway in a pristine tracksuit. He won't be breaking any land speed records - in fact this version of running barely qualifies as a brisk trot - but at 56 John Travolta is no spring chicken. Consider, however, that his only exercise until recently was lifting double cheeseburgers to his ...
May 19, 2010 Today Tonight: Scientology head — Channel 7 (Australia) More:
au.todaytonight.yahoo.com Mar 29, 2010 GMC panellist was banned for not disclosing links with Scientologists — British Medical Journal (BMJ) More: bmj.com
British Medical Journal (BMJ)
The General Medical Council has been forced to disclose documents it tried to keep secret about its handling of a case involving a lay panel member who was banned from hearing professional conduct cases after failing to disclose the extent of his links with the Church of Scientology. The UK regulator has written to around 70 doctors to tell them that Christopher Brightmore, one of the panel members who sat on their cases, had his contract as a panellist terminated in ...
Mar 29, 2010 Scientology: A history of violence / Scientology under scrutiny — CNN
Mar 20, 2010 Scientology's war against psychiatry [part 1] More: Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
["Dr. Stephen Wiseman is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia, and Consultant Psychiatrist at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, BC. For a number of years he has been researching Scientology, its inventor L. Ron Hubbard, and the organization's anti-psychiatry arm, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights This is his first public talk about Scientology's war on Psychiatry, given at Vancouver's annual "Skepticamp" at UBC on March 20, 2010, and is of monumental ...
Mar 19, 2010 Scientology / Doctor's order — Private Eye (UK) More: transcript, Source, Background information
Private Eye (UK)
An ex-police officer with close connections to the Church of Scientology, which opposes psychiatric medicine, served as a panel member in professional conduct cases held by the doctor's watchdog, the General Medical Council, which has lost its battle to cover up its handling of the affair. Between 2002 and 2004 former Detective Chief Superintendent Chris Brightmore sat on the GMC's professional conduct panel in 70 cases and more than 50 private hearings. The extent of Brightmore's work for the GMC was ...
Mar 14, 2010 Sunday Night: Scientology unmasked — Channel 7 (Australia)
Jan 10, 2010 Infinite Complacency: Peta O'Brien's Letter: Medical Neglect
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