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Jul 30, 2009
Letters to the Editor // Scientology story didn't give faith, its leaders a fair chance — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Source: Seattle Times
The Seattle Times recently printed a story about my church that originally was published in The St. Petersburg Times ["Report: Violence common among Scientology managers," seattletimes.com, Nation & World, June 21]. The story lays bare the bias that newspaper has against my faith, and with only a few quotes from Church of Scientology representatives, it didn't even vaguely give the appearance of a balanced report. It was a disappointment that The Seattle Times republished this biased story. The article uncritically ...
Nov 19, 2007
Public never warned about dangerous device — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Christine Willmsen
Source: Seattle Times
A young mother in Los Angeles was desperate. A rare form of cancer was ravaging her 5-month-old son. Their doctor said chemotherapy offered the best hope for survival, a 1-in-4 chance. Natalia Campos watched as her baby, Antonio, struggled in pain through the first few treatments. Then she learned of an alternative-therapy clinic that promised a cure, without pain, using a machine called a PAP-IMI. Twice a day at the Bio-Energy Services clinic, Campos held Antonio while the 260-pound machine pulsed ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 28, 2007
Sci-fi author seeks new slan-fans for van Vogt with masterwork's sequel — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Chris Talbott
Source: Seattle Times
Best-selling science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson felt like a giddy fan while completing the unfinished last novel of A. E. van Vogt, the forgotten... JACKSON, Miss. (AP ) — Best-selling science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson felt like a giddy fan while completing the unfinished last novel of A.E. van Vogt, the forgotten science fiction master's sequel to the influential "Slan." Van Vogt filled the imaginations of boys across America with telepathic mutants and big ideas when he published "Slan" ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 18, 2006
Sun, surf and Scientology? — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Amy Green
Source: Seattle Times
Scientology is perhaps best-known for its most famous practitioner, Tom Cruise. But in this beachy Tampa suburb, Scientologists are neighbors... CLEARWATER, Fla. — Scientology is perhaps best-known for its most famous practitioner, Tom Cruise. But in this beachy Tampa suburb, Scientologists are neighbors, business owners, real-estate investors — and a growing force that makes some uncomfortable. The Church of Scientology, despite its official status as a tax-exempt religious organization, is nonetheless the largest taxpayer in downtown Clearwater, home to its worldwide ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 28, 2006
Paramount-Cruise plot thickens: Spielberg left in dark — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Phyllis Furman
Source: Seattle Times
This summer's biggest Hollywood breakup has left Steven Spielberg caught in the middle. The director was blindsided by Paramount Pictures' decision to dump Tom Cruise, Spielberg's spokesman said Thursday. Sumner Redstone, chairman of Paramount parent Viacom, dropped the bombshell in an interview in Wednesday's Wall Street Journal. Spielberg is a Paramount powerbroker, but he "had no advance knowledge of Sumner Redstone's position," rep Marvin Levy said Thursday. "The story broke when Steven was on an airplane. He found out when the ...
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