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albuquerque • albuquerque journal • anderson cooper • association for better living and education (able) (formerly, "social coordination" or soco) • bruce hines • cnn • california • children, youth • church of scientology international (csi) • church of scientology of new mexico • church of spiritual technology (cst) (dba, l. ron hubbard library) • drug free marshals • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • gizmo building @ 410 central avenue sw albuquerque nm united states • jane mcnairn • krqe • michael pattinson • narconon (aka scientology drug rehab) • new mexico • real estate • richard leiby • ritalin • schools • trementina • vault
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Jan 25, 2009
Scientology base denied by officials — Albuquerque Journal
More: abqjournal.com, forums.whyweprotest.net
Type: Press
Author(s): Jeff Proctor
Source: Albuquerque Journal
Copyright © 2009 Albuquerque Journal Journal Staff Writer The Second Chance drug rehab program was pitched to lawmakers and the judiciary as the missing link in a broken system that recycled non-violent drug offenders between jails, prisons and the streets. The past year, it has struggled through money problems and accusations that it is housing ineligible inmates. On Saturday, faced with a city-delivered Jan. 31 deadline to vacate, Second Chance officials moved the last of its inmates out. But throughout the ...
Dec 12, 2008
Mayor right to end Scientology program to combat drugs — Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
Type: Press
Source: Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
Miyagishima said when he first initiated his "Drug-Free Marshal" program, he was unaware that it was funded by Scientology. A sticker on the back of badges given to area third-graders identifies them as being "a trademark owned by the Church of Scientology International." The real concern was not so much the badges, but pamphlets that were to have been distributed to fifth-graders. Those pamphlets condemned not only illegal street drugs, but also legal drugs such as Ritalin that Scientologists strongly oppose. ...
Dec 8, 2008
LC mayor halts program sponsored by Scientologists — KVIA ABC-7 (New Mexico)
Type: TV
Author(s): Ken Molestina
Source: KVIA ABC-7 (New Mexico)
LAS CRUCES, N.M. – It's a program aimed at getting kids off the streets and away from drugs. But now Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima is saying "not so fast." The program is called the Drug-Free Marshall Program, and it was quite a hit until the mayor found out it was sponsored by the Church of Scientology. Miyagishima said he was originally approached about the program in the summer. He said he liked the purpose and tried it in five different ...
Dec 7, 2008
Mayor abandons anti-drug program affiliated with Church of Scientology — Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
Type: Press
Author(s): Ashley Meeks
Source: Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
LAS CRUCES — The city is immediately ending an anti-drug program aimed at third-graders after it was revealed it was created and bankrolled by the Church of Scientology. The "Drug-Free Marshal" program, started in late November, had only been presented to five schools but was intended to be promoted eventually among all third-graders in the Las Cruces Public Schools. Mayor Ken Miyagishima apologized Saturday and said it was not his intention to promote the religion. The mayor said he was approached ...
May 16, 2008
Rocks and accusations fly as church prepares appeal — New Mexico Business Weekly
Type: Press
Author(s): Tom O'Connell
Source: New Mexico Business Weekly
The black paint on the rock is indistinct, but Church of Scientology of New Mexico representative Sanford Block said it looks like someone tried to spray paint the letter "A." It was tossed in March through an office window at the group's Albuquerque headquarters, cracking a glass-framed portrait of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, Block said. No one has claimed responsibility. Block said the "A" would stand for Anonymous, a shadowy Internet organization that in January began holding protests outside Scientology ...
Dec 27, 2007
Church Of Scientology Wants Downtown Location — KOAT Albuquerque
Sep 20, 2007
Scientology Moves In Downtown — alibi
Type: Press
Author(s): Marisa Demarco
Source: alibi
The night clubs, shops and lunch spots of downtown Albuquerque are about to get a new neighbor. The Church of Scientology is in the process of purchasing the Gizmo's building at 410 Central SE near Fourth Street, says Gabriel Rivera, a redevelopment planner with City Planning. "From what I've heard, in other places and other cities, [Scientologists] usually locate in the Downtown areas," Rivera says. Local Scientologists confirmed the deal. Plans for the church are extensive, says Beth Akiyama, director of ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 14, 2007
Anderson Cooper 360 degrees: Inside Scientology — CNN
More: Video footage on Youtube
Type: TV
Author(s): Anderson Cooper
Source: CNN
Aired May 14, 2007 - 22:00 ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. ANDERSON COOPER, CNN ANCHOR: Good evening, everyone. Tonight, thousands of American troops in Iraq searching for three of their American buddies, searching their hearts out because they know all too well what the people who claim to have them can do and have done to captives in the past. We will have the latest on the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 30, 2005
Scientology and a mysterious vault deep under the desert in New Mexico — CNN
Type: TV
Author(s): Anderson Cooper
Source: CNN
COOPER: Welcome back. We've talked a lot about Scientology and the battled Tom Cruise and the church is waging on psychiatric drugs. Last night Cruise told Barbara Walters he doesn't regret anything he said this past year, and claims since speaking out nearly half a million children have come off depressants. Clearly, the church doesn't shy away from the subject. There is another topic the Scientologists are a bit touchy on, it involves a vault in the desert of New Mexico ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 29, 2005
Scientology church's mark inscribed in N.M. desert scrub — Santa Fe New Mexican
Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Leiby
Source: Santa Fe New Mexican
Secret flying-saucer base found in New Mexico? Maybe. From the state that gave us Roswell, the epicenter of UFO lore since 1947, comes a report from an Albuquerque TV station about its discovery of strange landscape markings in the remote desert. They’re etched in New Mexico’s barren northern reaches, resemble crop circles and are recognizable only from a high altitude. Also, they are directly connected to the Church of Scientology. The church tried to persuade station KRQE not to air its ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 15, 2005
Hidden Scientology compound — KRQE
More: Follow-up 1, Follow-up 2
Jan 23, 1994
Church seeks world conquest, defector says — Albuquerque Journal
Jan 23, 1994
Mountain of mystery / A Scientology sect's underground N.M. archive is an enigma to some neighbors — Albuquerque Journal
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Tom Sharpe
Source: Albuquerque Journal
TREMENTINA — High in the headwaters of the Rio Trementina, a reclusive sect of the Church of Scientology has established what is described as an archive to preserve for a millennium the words of its founder. In January 1984, the California-based Church of Spiritual Technology — one of the parent church's dozens of spinoffs during its 26-year legal battle with the federal government over tax exemptions — began buying the first of a dozen tracts of land some 50 miles east ...
Jun 24, 1990
The Scientology Story: The Making of L. Ron Hubbard // Church Scriptures Get High-Tech Protection — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Robert W. Welkos, Joel Sappell
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Scientology is determined that the words of L. Ron Hubbard shall live forever. Using state-of-the art technology, the movement has spent more than $15 million to protect Hubbard's original writings, tape-recorded lectures and filmed treatises from natural and man-made calamities, including nuclear holocaust. The effort illustrates two fundamental truths about the Scientology movement: It believes in its future and it never does anything halfheartedly. In charge of the preservation task is the Church of Spiritual Technology, which functions as archivist for ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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