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Dec 14, 1998 Investigative Reports: Inside Scientology [Part 5 of 10] — Arts and Entertainment Channel
Arts and Entertainment Channel
picture of LRH; pictures of books “L. Ron Hubbard, Messiah or Madman?”, “Bare-Faced Messiah] VO: Scientology lost its founder in 1986. And the news that Hubbard was no longer sparked a flurry of unofficial biographies. Russell Miller walking down road; picture of LRH RUSSELL MILLER (voice of and on camera): I knew that there was some question mark over L. Ron Hubbard’s background. The church presents a picture of L. Ron Hubbard as being a very extraordinary individual, and was almost ...
Dec 14, 1998 Investigative Reports: Inside Scientology [Part 8 of 10] — Arts and Entertainment Channel
Arts and Entertainment Channel
Clearwater picket 1997–Xenu picketing with sign saying “L. Ron Hubbard: Psychotic CON MAN”, other picketers with signs saying “www.scientology-kills.net” “Xenu Crossing (inside a yellow sign on picket sign)”; Deana Holmes with sign saying “Did Standard Tech kill Lisa?”; lecture at Scientology church VO: While church administration is busy dealing with a steady stream of conflict, individual Scientologists are out among the people, spreading Hubbard’s word at every opportunity. MIKE RINDER: Well, you know, the aims of Scientology are a civilization without ...
Dec 10, 1998 Scientology wants city's kids — NOW Magazine More: nowtoronto.com
Enzo Di Matteo
Quaint Clarkson, tucked away on the westernmost edge of Mississauga, seems as unlikely a place as any to find L. Ron Hubbard, sci-fi-writer-turned-icon and founder of the much-vilified Church of Scientology.
But here, just past the picket fences and over the train tracks where the old post office used to be, the portrait that graces Hubbard's opus Dianetics: The Modern Science Of Mental Health – sailor cap, face turned upward, blue sky in the background – hangs in the foyer of ...
Mar 27, 1998 Scientology looks into reporter's personal life — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More: pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Thomas C. Tobin
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Continuing a long-standing practice, the Church of Scientology again is investigating the personal life of a news reporter. Church officials say their lawyers have hired a firm to investigate Joseph Mallia, a Boston Herald reporter who recently wrote a five-part series that raised questions about church practices. In a follow-up article last week, the Herald reported that an investigator contacted Mallia's ex-wife seeking what the investigator referred to as the "scorned wife story." The woman, who was divorced from Mallia 15 ...
Mar 19, 1998 Church of Scientology probes Herald reporter - Investigation follows pattern of harassment — Boston Herald
The Church of Scientology, stung by a five-part series in the Boston Herald that raised questions about its practices, has hired a private investigator to delve into the Herald reporter's private life. The Rev. Heber Jentzsch, president of the Church of Scientology International, confirmed that the church's Los Angeles law firm hired the private investigative firm to look into the personal life of reporter Joseph Mallia, who wrote the series. "This investigation will have to look at what's riving this" coverage, ...
Mar 5, 1998 Scientology group reaches kids through PBS videos — Boston Herald More:
rickross.com, apologeticsindex.org Mar 4, 1998 Battle sites in the Web war — Boston Herald More:
apologeticsindex.org Mar 4, 1998 Church, enemies wage war on Internet battlefield — Boston Herald More:
rickross.com, apologeticsindex.org Mar 4, 1998 Sacred teachings not secret anymore — Boston Herald More:
rickross.com, apologeticsindex.org Mar 3, 1998 Scientology reaches into schools through Narconon — Boston Herald More: scientology-lies.com, rickross.com, apologeticsindex.org
An organization with ties to the Church of Scientology is recruiting New England schoolchildren for what critics say is an unproven — and possibly dangerous — anti-drug program. And the group — Narconon Inc. of Everett — is being paid with taxpayer dollars without disclosing its Scientology connections. Narconon was paid at least $942,853 over an eight-year period for delivering anti-drug lectures at public and parochial schools throughout the region, according to federal income tax documents. The money came from fees ...
Mar 2, 1998 Church keys programs to recruit blacks — Boston Herald More:
rickross.com, apologeticsindex.org Mar 2, 1998 Milton school shades ties to Scientology — Boston Herald More:
rickross.com, apologeticsindex.org Mar 1, 1998 Judge Found Hubbard lied about achievements — Boston Herald More:
rickross.com, apologeticsindex.org Mar 1, 1998 Powerful church targets fortunes, souls of recruits — Boston Herald More:
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