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1 2 Mar 1, 2011 Was a Vanity Fair editor secretly working for the Church of Scientology? — New York Observer
New York Observer Gawker.com, where the author is employed as a staff writer, declined to publish this story. Did the Church of Scientology use a Vanity Fair contributing editor to infiltrate and gather intelligence on the cult's enemies in the media? John Connolly is a well-known, and well-liked, character in New York media circles. He's a former NYPD detective and stock broker who landed a third career as an investigative reporter for Vanity Fair, where he is a contributing editor, Radar, the Daily Beast, ... Mar 27, 2010 Scientology Workgroup of the Ministry of the Interior in Hamburg: Educational Symposium [Amy Scobee] [Part 1] More:
Part 2, Part 3 Jul 13, 2009 Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise [Unofficial English translation by Anonymous] — France 2 More:
Original French version Mar 16, 2009 Infinite Complacency - Introduction
Nov 11, 2008 Amazon UK pulls Scientology exposé for 'legal reasons' — The Register (UK)
Jun 1, 2008 Scientology Scandals — The Skeptic (Australia)
Apr 26, 2008 Glosslip Exclusive Interview: Church Of Scientology Used As Private Dating Service For Tom Cruise — Glosslip
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)
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Feb 15, 2008 The faith business: Scientology in NZ — Sunday Star-Times
Accountant Andrew Yong was near his office in the Panmure shops in east Auckland when he met a man who would change his life. Andrew Wenborn was from the Church of Scientology, headquartered a few hundred metres away. An Australian on secondment from Sydney, Wenborn persuaded Yong to take a Scientology "stress test", using an electrical device called an "e-meter". Sure enough, Yong was stressed and his health poor, Wenborn told him, and Scientology could help. What's more, said Wenborn, he ...
Feb 11, 2008 Letter to the Editor / Scientology should be met with tolerance — Variety
Dear Peter, I was disappointed by your recent column on Scientology and Tom Cruise. You say some things that are surprising coming from a man of your intelligence and education. You seem to recognize that, in America, we are all supposed to be free to practice – and even preach – the religion of our choice. Then, you appear to deny this fundamental right to Scientologists because of "their beliefs and protocols." You add "To be a Scientologist is not like ...
Feb 8, 2008 The Passion of "Anonymous" — Newsweek
Feb 6, 2008 Family feud in Scientology's upper ranks exposes more oddities — Monsters and Critics
Jan 31, 2008 Election brings out stars' stripes / Stars' political opinions often stir controversy — Variety
As the fight for the presidency heats up, Hollywood's celebrities will be speaking their minds about the candidates and the issues – and studio chieftains already are cringing. Politics breeds controversy, and there are many who feel that stars should be seen and not heard. The campaign will be shrill enough, they reason, without celebrity input. There's more than a little hypocrisy to this position. The corporate Brahmins wield their wealth and power to support favored candidates, one could argue, so ...
Jan 31, 2008 Fair Game: An online onslaught against Scientology — Economist More: economist.com
Watch out, there's an alien about An online onslaught against Scientology A VICIOUS cult run by cynical fraudsters, or a sincerely held religious belief persecuted by zealots? That is the long-standing row about Scientology, founded by the late science-fiction writer, L. Ron Hubbard. In some countries, such as Germany, the group is watched by the security services. In others, such as America and Australia, it has won charitable status as a religion. Until now the fight could mostly be seen as ...
Jan 28, 2008 Niece of Scientology's leader backs Cruise biography — Google News
Jan 22, 2008 Scientology madness continues — Daily Telegraph (Australia)
Jan 17, 2008 As his bizarre Scientology video is revealed - is Tom Cruise out of control? — Daily Mail (UK)
Jan 17, 2008 Quackery's envoy: the gospel on Cruise — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Jan 17, 2008 Tom's medal for services to Scientology — The Guardian (UK)
Jan 16, 2008 e-book version of Cruise biography could lead to legal action in Australia — PC World
Jan 15, 2008 An unauthorized Cruise. Let the attacks begin! — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Jan 15, 2008 Controversial Tom Cruise biography kept off NZ shelves — NZ Herald
Tom Cruise an Unauthorised Biography will not be distributed in New Zealand by the publisher MacMillan. The biography by Andrew Morton, author of a top selling book on Princess Diana, is understood to contain controversial assertions about the Church of Scientology. MacMillan publicist Angie Willocks said the book would not be distributed in New Zealand but that the company would make no further comment. The star's lawyer Bert Fields has previously condemned the book as "a rehash of tired old lies ... Jan 15, 2008 Exclusive excerpt: New Tom Cruise biography — MSNBC
Jan 15, 2008 Publisher dumps Tom Cruise book — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Jan 15, 2008 Scientologists' presence in Inland area dates back to 1960s — Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California)
Jan 15, 2008 Tom Cruise biography pulled by its publisher — Stuff.co.nz
Jan 15, 2008 Tom Cruise's devotion to Scientology revealed in new videos — FOX News
Tom Cruise’s consuming passion for Scientology is now evident in a most unprecedented way: promotional videos made in 2004 but not publicly seen until this weekend have started showing up on the Internet. In the videos, Cruise expresses his disgust for psychiatrists — vowing to “crush” them with “no mercy” — spews Scientology lingo and addresses the group’s dead founder, L. Ron Hubbard, as if he were still alive. Hubbard died in 1986. Cruise, who does not have a college degree, ...
Jan 14, 2008 Cruise biographer: 'He breathes his religion' — MSNBC
Jan 14, 2008 Threat of lawsuit if Tom Cruise book sold — Stuff.co.nz
Jan 13, 2008 Bookshops won't stock Tom's tale — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
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