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Aug 17, 2010 A victim of savings measures // Hamburg to close down Scientology Task Force — Spiegel
The city of Hamburg said this week it would suspend the work of its 17-year-old Scientology task force, one of the most vociferous critics of the secretive organization. Leader Ursula Caberta has successfully defended herself in numerous cases brought by Scientologists. However, the city says it will continue to monitor the group. From Berlin, Germany, to Clearwater, Florida, there are few people more disliked by the Church of Scientology than Ursula Caberta. For 17 years, Caberta has fought against Scientology in ...
Apr 10, 2010 Die Seelenfänger // Wie Scientology menschenleben zerstört [Part 1] ["The soul catchers // How Scientology destroys people's lives"] [with English subtitles] — Südwestdeutschen Rundfunk (Germany) More:
Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 Apr 1, 2010 Anti-Scientology drama a ratings hit for ARD / German TV movie 'Till Faith Do Us Part' based on real events — The Hollywood Reporter
The Hollywood Reporter
COLOGNE, Germany – A German TV-movie about Scientology that claims to reveal the dark side of the organization was a huge ratings hit for public broadcaster ARD, with 8.7 million viewers tuning in Wednesday night, a 27% market share. Germany has long been at odds with Scientology. Most here view the organization with suspicion. During the shooting of Brian Singer's war film "Valkyrie" in Berlin, famed Scientologist Tom Cruise was savaged in the German press for his beliefs. The ARD film, ...
Mar 24, 2010 In Germany, Scientology outrage over a critical film — TIME Magazine
In a scene in a new fictional movie about Scientology called Until Nothing Remains, one of the group's leaders is giving an impassioned speech to followers in Germany. The camera pulls in tighter on the man's face, and all of a sudden, he cries out "Clear Germany!" to a round of rapturous applause. No, he's not talking about pushing all non-believers out of the country - he's referring to "the state of clear," a condition characterized by an absence of painful, ...
Mar 8, 2010 ARD TV drama sparks Scientology's ire — The Local (Germany)
The Local (Germany)
Trouble is brewing between the Church of Scientology and German public broadcaster ARD ahead of the TV premiere of a drama portraying the controversial faith as dangerous and unethical. “Bis nichts mehr bleibt,” or “Until nothing remains,” is the dramatised true story of a family torn apart by the religion, and Scientology officials may try to ban its broadcast on March 31, daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported on Monday. Scientology spokesperson Jürg Stettler told the paper that members of the church were ...
Feb 18, 2010 Scientology-Aussteiger Lino Bombonato / Wenn Freunde zu Feinden werden [Unofficial English translation: "Ex-Scientologist Lino Bombonato / When friends turn enemies"] — Stern TV (Germany) More:
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