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Jun 13, 2010 Inside Scientology: No kids allowed — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More: Church of Scientology response, Church spokesman Tommy Davis' letter to the Times, Declarations from Scientology members
Thomas C. Tobin
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Laura Dieckman was just 12 when her parents let her leave home to work full time for Scientology's religious order, the Sea Organization. At 16, she married a co-worker. At 17, she was pregnant. She was excited to start a family, but she said Sea Org supervisors pressured her to have an abortion. She was back at work the following day. Claire Headley joined at 16, married at 17 and was pregnant at 19. She said Sea Org supervisors threatened strenuous ...
Jun 4, 2010 What really goes on behind the scenes
I was an MAA at the Int base, including Chief MAA for several years between 1990-2000. I was also the De-PTSer for the entire base for a couple of those years in Qual Gold. I was fully hatted as an MAA and an Ethics Specialist. I was trained to do metered Ethics interviews, Ethics E-Meter Checks, Rollbacks, Sec Checks and PTS Interviews. My Full Hat even required me to study the Brainwashing manual written by LRH as well as sections of ...
May 30, 2010 Megaraid 5-30-10 Hotel meeting [Larry Brennan, Nancy Many, Steven Hassan]
Larry Brennan, Nancy Many and Steve Hassan talk about Scientology, the Moonies and more
Apr 10, 2010 Die Seelenfänger // Wie Scientology menschenleben zerstört [Part 1] ["The soul catchers // How Scientology destroys people's lives"] [with English subtitles] — Südwestdeutschen Rundfunk (Germany) More:
Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 Apr 5, 2010 Judge dimisses wage claims in Scientology lawsuit — Associated Press
LOS ANGELES – A federal judge has dismissed part of a lawsuit brought against the Church of Scientology by a woman who alleged she worked 100-hour weeks for almost no pay for years while a member of Scientology's elite inner corps. U.S. District Judge Dale Fischer issued a written order late Friday that dismissed the wage claims portion of Claire Headley's lawsuit. The judge did not address two other causes of action: allegations that the church coerces members of the inner ...
Mar 26, 2010 Scientology Workgroup of the Ministry of the Interior in Hamburg: Educational Symposium [Jesse Prince] [Part 1] More: Part 2, Part 3, Transcript by Anonymous
[Transcript by Anonymous @
] Hello, everyone. I guess I'll start off with borrowing a lyric from The Grateful Dead: "What a long, strange trip it's been." My journey into Scientology started in 1976. I was in San Francisco and I was a young guy; I was twenty-one years old and full of piss and vinegar, trying to figure out what to do with my life. And I was walking down the street and this very attractive woman came up ...
Feb 18, 2010 The Senate lends Scientology a helping hand — Crikey (Australia)
Last week, the Senate Privileges Committee permitted the Church of Scientology to respond in
Hansard to issues raised by Senator Nick Xenophon in November last year. The Scientologists promptly issued a press release declaring they had responded to Xenophon “in Parliament”, as if they had some sort of elected status. In allowing the Scientologist response into Hansard, the Privileges Committee has allowed itself to be made party to an attack on individuals who were brave enough to raise their treatment at ... Feb 1, 2010 Whistleblower: working for Scientology — New Humanist (UK)
Jan 3, 2010 When Scientology fails — Allvoices.com
Nancy Many sits comfortably curled up on her couch. A cool wind blows outside her Los Angeles home hitting the windows and splashing against the dead leaves in her yard. Her two Siberian Huskies lie on the floor, drifting in and out of sleep. The lights inside the house are yellow and dim giving an aura of firelight. A tranquil warmth fills the living room. The serenity that Many now enjoys is a testament to her victory, something hard fought and ...
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