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Nov 17, 2006 Psychiatric Profession Current Target of Citizens Commission on Human Rights — Psychiatric Times
Last May, the Church of Scientology's Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) distributed 50,000 copies of a new booklet entitled Psychiatry–Education's Ruin, complete with a cover photo of drugged-looking school kids at desks. The CCHR logo on the cover resembles a federal government seal, with a hand holding up scales of justice. Beneath the logo are the words: "Published as a public service by the Citizens Commission on Human RightsTM."
On its World Wide Web site (http:/www.cchr.org/morals/wit-cchr.htm), CCHR describes itself as ...
Oct 28, 2006 Scientology - A question of faith // Did a mother's faith contribute to her murder? — CBS News More: video.google.com
(CBS) There was never a question who committed the murder of Elli Perkins on March 13, 2003. As correspondent Peter Van Sant reports, within hours, police had a confession. His jeans drenched in blood, 28-year-old Jeremy Perkins had just stabbed his mother 77 times. Weeks later, in a recorded interview, Jeremy told a psychiatrist what was going through his mind. "My mom, I thought she was out to get me," he said. "Like sometimes she’d be totally normal and then she’d ...
Oct 27, 2006 Scientology schizo // His mom's religion said, no meds. That edict may have cost her life. — New York Post
New York Post
Perhaps it's less of a stretch for Scientologists to believe that aliens arrived here in a spaceship, exploded, and stuck bits of their souls on us, than it is for other religions to believe there was a talking, burning bush or a savior who walked on water. All religions believe they are the, er, gospel truth. Most religions, however, have withstood the test of some time and were not created by a science fiction writer. Scientology, which now claims to have ...
Oct 22, 2006 A new word in literacy -- Scientology — Boston Globe
Adrienne P. Samuels
Church-run charities abound by the dozens in Roxbury, but they are not usually operated by the oft-controversial Church of Scientology, which last month kick-started classes at its Washington Street literacy center with a grand opening that offered free food and sidewalk chalk for children. The church members who staff the literacy center, in a storefront marked with bright-yellow "Boston Scientology Ministry" signs, say they wanted to do something about the increase in violence in Boston, which they attribute in part to ...
Jul 2, 2006 Mind Games: Scientology vs. Psychiatry — BBC Radio More: uk.youtube.com, related
Reporter Elodie Harper goes undercover to reveal the tactics used by Scientology followers in the immediate aftermath of traumatic events.
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