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May 1, 2008 Scientology and the state: Narconon’s influence in the prison system
Abstract: Scientology has never been a stranger to controversy and now an alternative prison rehabilitation center based on Scientology drug treatment stirs concern with medical experts. The Second Chance Center is a small facility outside Albuquerque, N.M., which uses the Scientology-based drug treatment program called Narconon. It is the first prison-based rehabilitation center in America that was designed specifically to foster the Narconon system, and its founders hope that it will be the model for more centers around the country. The ...
Apr 30, 2008 Phillipine Red Cross Distributing Church Of Scientology Propaganda Materials — Glosslip
On the Church of Scientology's shiny new YouTube Channel, where they are getting special privileges which other users are not privy to (sort of like their special tax exempt status), is a video where a member of the Phillipine's Red Cross is bragging about distributing "religious material." Surely Christian, Muslim, Buddhist or Hebrew groups would like that kind of arrangement. A call has been placed by a member of Anonymous to the Red Cross here in the United States. So far, ...
Apr 6, 2008 Special report: The Scientologists — Israel TV
Mar 17, 2008 Cult Friction — Radar Online
After an embarrassing string of high-profile defection and leaked videos, Scientology is under attack from a faceless cabal of online activists. Has America's most controversial religion finally met its match?
By John Cook
Masked hackers have declared war on Scientology. Could the celebrity-friendly religion be in its final days? (Photo: Sam Comen)
This article is from the April issue of Radar Magazine. For a risk-free issue, click here
Clearwater is prepared for its enemies. It's a warm, if ...
Mar 11, 2008 Scientology group stops guidebook mailings / Officials received unsolicited copies — South Florida Sun-Sentinel
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Highland Beach - A group that sent out thousands of unsolicited copies of a guidebook promoting Scientology precepts is ending the practice after receiving hundreds of complaints from elected officials. Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote the 64-page, soft-cover book titled The Way to Happiness: A Common Sense Guide to Better Living. "The mailing is not going to be sent out like this again due to some complaints of recipients about 'using' their logo or photograph without consent," Joni Ginsberg, executive ...
Mar 8, 2008 Mayors find happiness booklet irritating — Palm Beach Post
Palm Beach Post
HIGHLAND BEACH — "I'm very pleased to offer this book," says a note on the back of a booklet titled
The Way to Happiness; about 20 were delivered recently to town hall. The note says more copies may be obtained from "Harold Hagelman, Town of Highland Beach," followed by the town hall address. The booklet front says it's "presented by" the mayor. What are these? "No, no, no, no. I didn't sponsor anything," Hagelmann - his name was misspelled on the ... Feb 13, 2008 Threatened by 'Operation Planetary Calm': Germany Will Continue to Watch Scientologists — Spiegel Online
Feb 8, 2008 Kimora Lee Simmons Scientology Cameo — Huffington Post
Feb 8, 2008 Kimora Lee: No Scientology — FOX News
Jan 31, 2008 Sderot locals offered workshops based on Hubbard — Jerusalem Post
In a move seen by some as an attempt to take advantage of Sderot’s shell-shocked residents, a nonprofit group is offering them free workshops based on the teachings of the late L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology. [Embedded video:
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] A group calling itself the Association for Prosperity and Security in the Middle East, which denies any connection with the Church of Scientology, has sent e-mails to social workers in ...
Jan 31, 2008 Sderot residents offered Scientology workshops — Jerusalem Post
The besieged residents of Sderot are being offered free workshops based on the teachings of Scientology’s founder. A nonprofit group, the Association for Prosperity and Security in the Middle East, has sent e-mails to social workers in the southern Israeli town offering to help the residents cope with Kassam rocket attacks, The Jerusalem Post reported. Some say the group, which claims to have no connection to the Church of Scientology or its founder, L. Ron Hubbard, is trying to take advantage ...
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