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New York Inquirer
For an organization as elusive as the Church of Scientology, walking to the main headquarters in Manhattan is as easy as walking to McDonalds. With an appetite for “Living a Better and Happier Life” and the financial means, you will be welcomed with open arms. Leaving with the knowledge of how you actually achieve promised happiness, and with your wallet (and sense of reality) in tact, is another thing entirely. Inquirer editor Cat Spencer and I embarked on our undercover pilgrimage ...
Feb 20, 2007 Shining stars — Honolulu Star-Bulletin
The Stanford Carr Development Fund gave $25,000 to Narconon Hawaii to further the war on drugs by providing education programs for children. Narconon has delivered programs to more than 21,000 children and distributed more than 9,000 parent education kits throughout the state since 2005.
Feb 17, 2007 Hubbard Love — Sunday Herald
Feb 14, 2007 Church of Scientology International Receives LA Business Journal's Real Estate Award — Earthtimes
Feb 8, 2007 Arizona to extradite Scientology protester to Riverside County — Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California)
Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California)
Arizona to extradite Scientology protester to Riverside County
LAW: The fugitive will be sent to Riverside County. He fled before sentencing on a misdemeanor in '01.
10:00 PM PST on Thursday, February 8, 2007
By KENNY KLEIN
A Scientology protester who fled to Canada before he could be sentenced to 180 days in county jail in 2001 has been arrested in Arizona and will be extradited back to Riverside County, officials reported.
Former Palo Alto resident Keith Henson, now ...
Feb 5, 2007 'Tom Cruise' missile jokester arrested — CNET
Feb 2, 2007 Scientologists Pledge To Finish Vacant Shrine — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Feb 1, 2007 Scientology Moves On Languishing Flagship — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Scientology Moves On Languishing Flagship
Posted Feb 1, 2007 by Vidisha Priyanka
Updated Feb 1, 2007 at 03:37 PM
By BAIRD HELGESON
The Tampa Tribune
CLEARWATER - The Church of Scientology’s mammoth new spiritual shrine has stood vacant and unfinished for years, its dusty Mediterranean-style shell surrounded by patches of scrubby grass and “no trespassing” signs.
Now church officials say they are ready to resume work on the building as it has racked up more than $55,000 in fines for not ...
Jan 26, 2007 Keep Sunday Special: German Sunday Closing Law Applies to New Scientology Center — Spiegel
Jan 25, 2007 Celeb Church Opens In York — York Press
Jan 24, 2007 Drivers angered at signs — MetroWest Daily News
Jan 24, 2007 Texas: Penalty in case of false gas-mileage booster — New York Times
New York Times
Attorney General Greg Abbott filed an agreed judgment against a Dallas company that was marketing a mothball-like product as a gas-mileage booster. The company, BioPerformance, sold its product with a claim that putting a couple of the pills into an automobile fuel tank could increase gas mileage 30 percent. The state’s investigation revealed that the product had no such power and that its main ingredient was naphthalene, used in making mothballs. The state also found that the company developed a pyramid ...
Jan 24, 2007 Today's CCHR demo in Sudbury, MA — Daily Kos More:
link Jan 22, 2007 Link between drugs, school violence discounted — The Kingman Daily Miner
The Kingman Daily Miner
KINGMAN - A watchdog organization concerned with the rising number of school shooting incidents is pointing a finger at anti-depressant drugs for having dangerous side effects responsible for the violence. An e-mail received Jan. 8 from the Citizens Commission on Human Rights details nine cases at schools and some homes across the country dating back to 1998 in which psychiatric drugs are linked to shooting incidents responsible for 40 deaths and 89 wounded individuals. It begins by stating, "According to a ...
Jan 22, 2007 Scientology Treatment Program for Prisoners Funded by Feds — Boston University School of Public Health
Boston University School of Public Health
Federal tax dollars are helping to pay for a controversial addiction-treatment program for prisoners in New Mexico based on Scientology precepts, the Wall Street Journal reported Jan. 19.
The Second Chance program is billed as an alternative treatment program for nonviolent offenders and uses the principals of Scientology – such as using saunas, diet, massage and vitamins to purge the body of toxins – to fight addiction. In New Mexico, 24 of the state's 84 district judges have referred a total ...
Jan 19, 2007 Program for prisoners draws fire over Scientology — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette More: scientology-lies.com
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Last November, in a cedar sauna cranked up to 160 degrees, a crowd of sweaty men read books and chatted amid mariachi music. They emerged to nibble from a tray of raw vegetables or take shots of olive oil.
This is not a spa. This is Second Chance, one of the country's most unusual alternatives to the nation's prison systems. Founded by a Scientologist and former real-estate developer – and funded partly by federal tax dollars – Second ...
Jan 19, 2007 Youth group supported by Scientology — Ynet
Who is behind invitation to party for 'Youth for Human Rights'? The invitation is signed by Don Shaul, 13 year old, with title of Israeli director of 'International Youth for Human Rights'. But behind heartwarming initiative stands Scientology movement “Hello everyone! I am Don Shaul, 13 years old from Haifa, and I am in charge of the Israeli campaign for ‘Youth for Human Rights’” a charming e-mail announces, one of many that have recently flooded the e-mail boxes of journalists. “People ...
Jan 13, 2007 New Scientology Center in Berlin Riles Authorities — Deutsche Welle
Jan 13, 2007 Scientologists in German push — BBC News
"Are you married? What religion do you follow?" The spokeswoman from the Scientology Centre was endeavouring to steer the conversation to more personal topics. "Scientology is my religion," she said, proudly. I had been invited to go on an "educational tour" around the controversial new "Church of Scientology" in Berlin. The offices are situated over six floors in a large building on Otto Suhr Allee, one of Berlin's most exclusive addresses. There are nine Scientology "churches" in Germany, but this new ...
Jan 12, 2007 How the Church of Scientology found its way into British politics — Evening Standard (UK)
Evening Standard (UK)
The controversial Scientology sect was accused of trying to inflitrate British politics last night after it emerged that they paid thousands of pounds to both the Labour and Tory parties.
Members of Labour's ruling executive committee, on which Tony Blair sits, approved the payment from a charity which is closely linked to the Church of Scientology, which boasts Hollywood stars Tom Cruise and John Travolta among its members.
Labour allowed the charity, the Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE), to ...
Jan 12, 2007 Labour given thousands by Scientology charity — Evening Standard (UK)
Evening Standard (UK)
The Labour Party received thousands of pounds from an offshoot of Scientology, it has been revealed.
The decision to accept money from a charity linked to the controversial cult was taken at the highest level by members of the National Executive Committee.
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They allowed the charity, the Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE), to take a stall at ...
Jan 9, 2007 Sect Worries: Berlin Concerned about Huge New Scientology Center — Spiegel
Jan 8, 2007 Wed to Scientology / When marriages in this church hit trouble, couples are ministered to with the aid of an E-meter — The Australian
Should media mogul James Packer and fiancee, model Erica Baxter, ever face the strains that occasionally crop up in marriage, their key marital aid may be a device with steel cylinders held in each hand, attached by wires to a screen with dials and meters. It's the electropsychometer, or E-meter, and it's one element of a church with which Packer and Baxter are flirting: Scientology. While he hasn't talked about it much, the man who is inheriting a $7 billion fortune ...
Jan 7, 2007 Revealed: how Scientologists infiltrated Britain's schools / Insight: Drugs charity is front for ‘dangerous’ organisation — The Sunday Times (UK)
Jan 1, 2007 The Church of Scientology: a hate group?
Dec 28, 2006 Church has big to-do list before making its move: For Scientologists, fixing up the historic Ramona building for a new headquarters is next year's priority — Sacramento Bee (California)
Sacramento Bee (California)
Dec. 28–The Church of Scientology is eager to move to a new Sacramento address.
But 14 months after buying the downtown Ramona building for $4.75 million, with plans of converting it into its new local headquarters, the church has yet to call the movers.
"Many things need to get done" before the 77-year-old Ramona is ready to physically accommodate its new owner, church spokesman Mike Klagenberg said last week.
The list includes: getting City Hall's permission to begin a planned $3 ...
Dec 23, 2006 Still on church's drawing board — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Dec 22, 2006 Tom Cruise Can't Put Out These Fires — FOX News
Dec 19, 2006 Scientologist 'assisted' from CFA recovery area — The Age (Australia)
The Age (Australia)
MEMBERS of the Church of Scientology have reportedly been removed from a Gippsland staging ground where Country Fire Authority firefighters and crews have been recovering.
Members of the church were escorted by police from the Heyfield staging ground, locals said. But a church representative denied the report, saying church members had been helping out in the staging area for three days before leaving late last week at the request of the CFA.
Police were unavailable to comment.
Scientology groups, comprised largely ...
Dec 17, 2006 Scientology church seeks more units for hotel — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER - After years of delay, there are visible signs that the Church of Scientology's ambitious plans to expand its downtown campus are again moving forward.
Several months ago, cranes began piecing together a four-story, 275-space parking garage at East Avenue and Franklin Street. It is expected to be finished by April.
On Tuesday, the Church of Scientology will go before the city's Community Development Board to request a transfer of development rights from the site of its power plant on ...
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