Page of 7:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Dec 29, 2007 Rehab center to relocate patients — Battle Creek Enquirer
Battle Creek Enquirer
The Narconon Stone Hawk East Rehabilitation Center will downsize for the winter months. Per Wickstrom, president of Stone Hawk, said Monday that 23 patients from the Albion facility will be moved to the Stone Hawk facility in Battle Creek. Also, five to 10 jobs will be either eliminated from the Albion facility or transferred to Battle Creek. Wickstrom said the Albion facility still will be full-service and open 24 hours daily. He said 15 to 20 patients will remain in the ...
Dec 27, 2007 Church Of Scientology Wants Downtown Location — KOAT Albuquerque
Dec 26, 2007 Tom Cruise's bid for Scientology in Germany backfires — Monsters and Critics
Dec 24, 2007 Church of Scientology Buys One Griswold — CoStar Group
Raymond James Exchanges 50,000-SF Office in Wayne County for $3.5M
Raymond James Financial Services sold One Griswold St. in Detroit, MI, to the Church of Scientology for $3.5 million, or approximately $70 per square foot.
Built in 1926, this eight-story office building is in the central business district along Detroit's waterfront. The building features an on-site property manager.
Sam Munaco and Angela Arcori of Signature Associates represented Raymond James Financial Services, and Tim Jarzembowski and Dave MacDonald of the Staubach Co. ...
Dec 18, 2007 Scientology's Status Misrepresented — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Tampa Tribune (Florida)
The Associated Press article, "Germany Officials Call For Scientology Ban" that ran in the Tribune Dec. 10 omits the fact that the German Ministers of Interior conference Dec. 7 did not vote for a motion to instigate procedures to ban Scientology.
Instead, those officials recognized that there is no evidence to support such a motion. Furthermore, Federal Minister of Interior Wolfgang Schauble in an interview with German Radio, also on Dec. 7, conceded that there is no legal basis for such ...
Dec 17, 2007 Germany's Battle Against Scientology — TIME Magazine
The interior ministers of Germany's 16 states have launched an investigation into the activities of the Church of Scientology, hoping to assemble evidence to support banning the U.S.-based organization from operating in Germany. But skeptics question whether such a move is politically and legally tenable — or wise. A similar move by state-level interior ministers in 1997 concluded in a report that "the Scientology organization, agenda and activities are marked by objectives that are fundamentally and permanently directed at abolishing the ...
Dec 15, 2007 Some see Scientology as business — The Oklahoman
Dec 14, 2007 Cult Watch — TES Magazine
Their targets used to be university students, but today fringe religious groups are believed to be recruiting school-aged children. Lynne Wallis reports. If one of your pupils became distant, distracted and antisocial, your first thought might be that they were experimenting with drink or drugs. But religious cults pose another danger to young people, and one from which it can be equally difficult to extricate them.
Although the notion of children being lured into fringe religious organisations might seem far-fetched, it ...
Dec 14, 2007 Will Smith's Charities Include Scientology — FOX News
Will Smith — charismatic, friendly and polite — is also very charitable. His Will Smith Foundation has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to local civic organizations in the Baltimore and Philadelphia areas. Last year he was even one of the few clients of Creative Artists Agency to give money to the talent agency’s own tax-free fund ($2,500).
But here’s something you don’t know: After Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett, made "Collateral" with Tom Cruise in 2004, the couple donated $20,000 to ...
Dec 12, 2007 Jailer’s truck stolen, suspect arrested in Oklahoma — Batesville Daily Guard
Dec 10, 2007 Germany Acts to Legally Ban Scientology — Christian Post
The homeland of legendary church reformer Martin Luther said over the weekend it will seek to ban the Church of Scientology – an organization considered to be in conflict with Germany’s constitution.
High level German officials, including all 16 state interior ministers, agreed to give the nation’s domestic intelligence agency the job of preparing necessary information to ban the organization, which is considered by most Christians a cult, according to The Associated Press.
The ministers, including federal Interior Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, ...
Dec 10, 2007 Germany attacks Scientology — The Scotsman (UK)
The Scotsman (UK)
WOLFGANG Schaeuble, the German interior minister, launched a verbal assault against the Church of Scientology yesterday, accusing it of trying to gain political power.
Mr Schaeuble and the country's 16 state interior ministers have declared Scientology unconstitutional.
And in a newspaper interview, he said: "Scientology is working in Germany to secure political power and influence. Fundamental rights, including human rights like the right to equal treatment, are limited or abrogated. The democratic system is rejected."
Mr Schaeuble and his state counterparts ...
Dec 10, 2007 Lack of Evidence: Agencies Warn Scientology Ban Doomed to Fail — Spiegel
Germany's domestic intelligence agencies are warning that an effort by the country's interior ministers to ban Scientology could fail. They say the group has failed to gain a foothold in German society and that there isn't enough evidence to support freezing its activities.
A plan by Germany's state interior ministers to attempt to ban Scientology appears to have little chance of success. According to an assessment made by officials at the country's state and federal intelligence agencies, the Offices for the ...
Dec 8, 2007 German ministers try to ban Scientology — The Guardian (UK)
Dec 8, 2007 Germany moves to ban Scientology — BBC News
Dec 8, 2007 Germany working to ban 'unconstitutional' Scientology — JURIST
Dec 7, 2007 Church of Scientology House in Memphis For Sale — Memphis Flyer
DECEMBER 7, 2007 - 11:11 AM
Here's a real bargain for those of you looking for a nice homey place in Central Gardens: The Church of Scientology is offering to sell its Memphis headquarters at 1440 Central for a mere $895,000.
Sure, it may sound a little pricey, but the amenities are pretty sweet: There are 17 rooms, including six bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a game room, a 750-sq. ft. den, three fireplaces, and a "finished" basement.
And that basement, by ...
Dec 7, 2007 German ministers say Scientology unconstitutional — Washington Post
Dec 7, 2007 German officials want Church of Scientology banned in the country — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Dec 7, 2007 Germany moves to ban Scientology — CNN
Dec 7, 2007 Germany Prepares to Ban Scientology — Spiegel
Dec 7, 2007 Germany to step up Scientology surveillance — Monsters and Critics
Dec 7, 2007 Germany's Interior Ministers Label Scientology Unconstitutional — Deutsche Welle
Dec 7, 2007 Scientology responds to German ban proposal — CNN
Dec 4, 2007 Fun at the Church of Scientology’s "Psychiatry: An Industry Of Death" Museum! — Catsandbeer.com
Dec 4, 2007 Hamburg Official Proposes Ban On Scientology In Germany — AHN
Hamburg, Germany (AHN) - Hamburg's Interior Minister Udo Nagel wants a national ban in Germany on Scientology, which claims many high-profile adherents, including Hollywood actor Tom Cruise. Nagel's opposition to Scientology is premised on his view of the religion as a commercial enterprise and an anti-constitutional body with aggressive tactics.
Nagel shared his thoughts with fellow state interior ministers in a gathering at Hamburg.
He apparently has the state on his side. The German Office for the Protection of the Constitution ...
Dec 4, 2007 SA Church of Scientology gets tax exemption — IOL
A tax exemption has been awarded to the SA Church of Scientology by the SA Revenue Services (SARS), the Church said on Tuesday.
"We are ecstatic, this is a memorable and historic day for us as it provides us with an even better opportunity to serve our community and scientologists," said President of the Church, Ryan Hogarth.
He said that SARS issued the Church with a certificate on Monday approving its status as a 'Public Benefit Organisation'.
"This was after 42 ...
Nov 29, 2007 Scientology to operate from landmark site — The Times (South Africa) More: rickross.com
The Times (South Africa)
A LANDMARK Durban building sold to the Church of Scientology in Africa is to become the headquarters for its community work in the province. A LANDMARK Durban building sold to the Church of Scientology in Africa is to become the headquarters for its community work in the province. Scientology, popularised by Hollywood heavyweights Tom Cruise and John Travolta, has a growing following in South Africa. The Morningside building, in the city's dining and nightlife hub, was formerly an hotel. It was ...
Nov 23, 2007 The Church of Scientology: An Apology — Daily Express (UK)
Daily Express (UK)
On November 11 in the page 12 column headed 'Cruise's fury at Morton' it was reported that Andrew Morton had run into serious trouble when writing a biography of Tom Cruise because of threats from Scientologists.
It is now accepted that this is not true and that Mr Morton has not received threats or that he was forced to sell his flat and move underground to write the book.
We apologise to the Church of Scientology and its members for the ...
Nov 21, 2007 Utah Foots the bill for ailing cops' controversial Scientology-based detox treatment — FOX News
[Picture / Caption: Nov. 7: Ailing meth cops sweat it out at an Orem, Utah, clinic.] A controversial Church of Scientology treatment used on World Trade Center emergency responders is being used in Utah to "detoxify" cops who raided methamphetamine labs in the 1980s and 1990s. The Utah Meth Cops Project is treating around a dozen former and current police officers at taxpayers' expense, using a regime devised by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard at a Bio-Cleansing Centers of America facility ...
Page 1 of 7: