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Dec 31, 2008 Infinite Complacency / John Peeler's Story
Dec 30, 2008 Infinite Complacency / Jeff Hawkins' Story
Dec 30, 2008 Infinite Complacency / Life at the Base
Nov 9, 2008 Secret army capture any vulnerable members who attempt to flee the cult — Sunday World (Ireland)
Oct 18, 2008 Interview with disconnected family [re. Tony Phelan] More:
youtube.com Oct 16, 2008 Scientology cult ethics orders on various people — Wikileaks
Sep 30, 2008 Jean-Paul Dubreuil interview (unofficial translation) — Le Canal Nouvelles (LCN)
Sep 16, 2008 Jason Beghe is still denouncing Scientology – This time in Germany — Village Voice
Sep 11, 2008 In Other News — Portland Mercury (Oregon)
Portland Mercury (Oregon)
Portlander and former Scientologist Susan Lentsch submitted an open letter to the head of communications for the Church of Scientology, Karin Pouw, last Thursday, September 4, asking why her daughter, Katherine, cannot be allowed home for a vacation from the church's elite management organization, the so-called "Sea Organization" or Sea Org ["Selling Scientology," Feature, August 7]. Lentsch alleges that since she allowed her daughter to join the Sea Org in 1993, Katherine was promised three weeks vacation a year, but that ...
Sep 11, 2008 Marc Headley talks about Scientology — XenuTV
Sep 4, 2008 Open Letter to Karin Pouw, Public Affairs Director [Church of Scientology International] More: ocmb.xenu.net
Type: Press release
Dear Ms. Pouw, I am sure you are aware that on the 11th of March, 2008, I issued a press release entitled
"Mother Bear Defends Cub"
. This release detailed my efforts to bring my daughter, Katherine, home for a vacation with her family. During the fifteen years that my daughter has been a member of the Church of Scientology's Sea Organization, she had only come home for one three day visit in 1996 - cut short by the Church due ...
Sep 4, 2008 Will Smith targeted by anti-Scientology group — Arizona Republic
On Wednesday morning Anonymous activists picketed outside the New Village Academy private school in Calabasas, California, which is funded by Will Smith and his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who is a follower of Scientology. Protestors - dressed in Guy Fawkes masks - held up placards emblazoned with the words 'Scientology disconnects families' and 'what church stalks critics? Scientology'. Passing children on their way to the nearby Arthur E. Wright Middle School shouted at several people, believed to be Scientologist investigators, who ...
Aug 19, 2008 Secret Lives of Women: Extreme Beliefs (Scientology portion excerpt on Vimeo) — Women's Entertainment More:
wetv.com Aug 13, 2008 Scientology's antagonists — SF Weekly
An ex-Scientologist and an army of online pranksters attempt to bring down the controversial religion. Maybe it's his badass black outfit with blood-red letters screaming "Scientology Kills." Or possibly it's his crew cut, or his nose slammed 45 degrees left after catching one too many right hooks. Maybe it's the hardcore cell-phone earpiece or the camcorder strapped to his palm to record confrontations. Whatever it is, when Tommy Gorman stands at a man's door demanding he get his "chicken-shit ass out ...
Aug 12, 2008 Scientology: 'Anonymous' fosters hate, bigotry — TheDoings-ClarendonHills
Scientology defines itself as the study and handling of the spirit in relationship to itself, others and all of life. Members of the church believe man is an immortal, spiritual being whose experiences extend beyond a single lifetime. Man cannot only solve his own problems and reach his own goals, but he can gain a higher status of awareness and ability through Scientology. Karin Pouw, public affairs director for the Church of Scientology International, said the religion has more than 7,500 ...
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