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Sep 24, 2009 Testimony by John Travolta that son was autistic raises Scientology questions — Wikinews
Feb 4, 2009 Evil Psychs Behind 9/11
Jan 1, 2004 CCHR - Human Rights Organization Attacks Its 'Enemies'
Sep 1, 2000 Scientology and the Clearwater Police — XenuTV More: video.google.com
This documentary was produced to demonstrate what I believed to be a clear bias against the LMT by members of the Clearwater Police Force who were on Scientology's payroll. Scientology snuck into Clearwater, Florida in 1978 under the assumed name of United Churches. Since then they have come to dominate the small town. I lived in Clearwater for two years, working with a group which was helping people defrauded and abused by Scientology. During this time, police officers started to accept ...
Jun 22, 1991 Letters // Scientologists unfairly attack Prozac — Tampa Tribune (Florida) More: link
Tampa Tribune (Florida)
The June 1 letter on Prozac by Doug Johnston is another example of the campaign of misinformation that Scientologists are spreading on Prozac and other treatments prescribed by psychiatrists. Johnston refers to research carried out by L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology. Hubbard initiated his "research" with the premises that all psychiatric treatment is damaging to all patients and that psychological problems can be dealt with only by training the mind to forget, using a form of self-hypnosis. He conveniently ...
Jun 1, 1991 Prozac Frees Ex-Scientology Leader from Depression — Psychiatric Times More: link, lermanet.com
A personal aide to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard for eight of her nearly 20 years with the group says that
(Prozac) and therapy have finally stopped the depression and suicidal ideation she had suffered since 1976. "I have to speak out."
Hana (Eltringham) Whitfield
The Psychiatric Times
. "The Scientologists choose the most prominent psychiatrists and the most successful drugs to attack. That's why they attacked
, and that's why they are now attacking Prozac." Although ...
May 1, 1991 CCHR and Narconon — The Southern California Psychiatrist
Louis Jolyon West
The Southern California Psychiatrist Originally printed in "The Southern California Psychiatrist," May 1991, pp. 6-13. Dr. West has granted permission to upload this article to computer networks and bulletin boards In a previous article (SCPS Newsletter, July, 1990) I provided an historical account of the Church of Scientology. It is a pseudo-scientific healing cult that was formed in the 1950s, and has grown, with the help of extravagant lies and deliberate deception, into a multimillion dollar, international enterprise. Through its many publications, but especially through ... May 1, 1991 Media shifts public image from "wonder drug" to "Prozac defense" — Psychiatric Times More: link
After a whirlwind love affair with the media, fluoxetine's (Prozac's) fall from grace has been just as spectacular. Just over a year ago it was featured on the cover of
Newsweek as a "wonder drug" that not only helped patients overcome major depression, but improved their social life, their careers, and their marriages. Patients testified on talk shows and in newspaper interviews that the drug made them feel even better than before they were sick. A small case report of six ... Apr 19, 1991 Medical flap // Anti-depression drug of Eli Lilly loses sales after attack by sect — Wall Street Journal More: link
Thomas M. Burton
Wall Street Journal
Scientologists Claim Prozac Induces Murder or Suicide, Though Evidence Is Scant Campaign Dismays Doctors INDIANAPOLIS—L. Ron Hubbard, the late founder of the Church of Scientology, long harbored a profound and obsessive hatred for psychiatrists, who, he declared, were "chosen as a vehicle to undermine and destroy the West!" Five years after Mr. Hubbard's death, Scientologists are still waging war on psychiatry. The quasi-religious/ business/ paramilitary organization's latest target is Prozac, the nation's top-selling medicine for severe depression. The group is calling ...
Jun 29, 1990 The Scientology Story: Attack the Attacker // Suits, Protests Fuel a Campaign Against Psychiatry — Los Angeles Times (California)
Robert W. Welkos
Los Angeles Times (California)
As part of its strategy, the movement created a nationwide uproar over the drug Ritalin, used to treat hyperactive children. In recent years, a national debate flared over Ritalin, a drug used for more than three decades to treat hyperactivity in children. Across the country, multimillion-dollar lawsuits were filed by parents who contended that their children had been harmed by the drug. Major news organizations—including The Times—devoted extensive coverage to whether youngsters were being turned into emotionally disturbed addicts by psychiatrists ...
Apr 4, 1988 Scientology group fuels debate over use of Ritalin — Associated Press
Dec 28, 1987 Ritalin controversy / A 'miracle drug' gets closer look — Los Angeles Times (California)
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