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Reference materials Jeremy Perkins
7 matching items found between Jan 2005 and Dec 2009. Furthermore, there are 2 matching items for all time not shown.
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Jul 14, 2007
Religious mind games — The Australian
Jul 10, 2007
A Scientology double-murder — Seven Network
Jan 24, 2007
Today's CCHR demo in Sudbury, MA — Daily Kos
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Nov 2, 2006
'48 Hours' questions role of Scientology in murder, Scientologists question CBS ethics — CBS News
Type: Press
Author(s): Brian Montopoli
Source: CBS News
On Saturday, "48 Hours" ran a story about the 2003 murder of Elli Perkins, a murder that her 28-year-old son Jeremy confessed to committing. Jeremy had been hallucinating and behaving erratically before his mother's death, but his parents, devout Scientologists, resisted giving him psychiatric treatment. As "48 Hours" notes, "[s]ome pro-Scientology materials declare that psychiatrists are not only useless, but evil – their medications nothing but poisons." The Perkins' opted to medicate their son primarily with vitamins. The Scientology community was ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 27, 2006
Scientology schizo // His mom's religion said, no meds. That edict may have cost her life. — New York Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Linda Stasi
Source: 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 ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 30, 2005
The press vs. Scientology — Salon
Type: Press
Author(s): Joe Strupp
Source: Salon
After years of conflict, the church and the media seem to have reached a truce. Is it because Scientology has become less confrontational — or because the press is scared? For anyone interested in the Church of Scientology, the May 6, 1991, issue of Time magazine remains a milestone in news coverage. For those who back the church, it ran an outrageously biased account that eventually led to a libel suit by the church — later dismissed — and prompted Scientology ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 30, 2005
Englightenment's Dark Side — Buffalo News
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