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Apr 28, 2010
Scientology run-ins bring warnings — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Joe Childs, Thomas C. Tobin
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
With two recent public confrontations, a year-long, highly publicized drama in the world of Scientology has spilled into the streets of Clearwater. The latest incident occurred Friday afternoon as seven members of the Church of Scientology — including five senior members of its California-based international management team — surrounded and screamed at a former church executive, then loudly carried the dispute into the office of an unsuspecting and startled doctor. The former executive was Mike Rinder, 55, Scientology's longtime spokesman, whose ...
Mar 6, 2010
Defectors say Church of Scientology hides abuse — New York Times
More: New York Times' Youtube channel: Christie Collbran interview
Type: Press
Author(s): Laurie Goodstein
Source: New York Times
CLEARWATER, Fla. — Raised as Scientologists, Christie King Collbran and her husband, Chris, were recruited as teenagers to work for the elite corps of staff members who keep the Church of Scientology running, known as the Sea Organization, or Sea Org. They signed a contract for a billion years — in keeping with the church’s belief that Scientologists are immortal. They worked seven days a week, often on little sleep, for sporadic paychecks of $50 a week, at most. But after ...
Nov 8, 2009
I know the dark side of Scientology...I almost lost my friend to it — The Herald
More: heraldscotland.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Jonny Jacobsen
Source: The Herald
I knew Scientology was in trouble when the media moved on from the usual silly gossip about its celebrity members to much darker, disturbing issues at the heart of the movement. After a Paris court last month convicted several Scientologists and two organisations associated with the movement in France of organised fraud, and amid other investigations in France looking at a suicide and an alleged abduction, Oscar-winning film-maker Paul Haggis, a long-time member, quit Scientology. Haggis, who wrote and directed Crash, ...
Jan 1, 2002
Clear Expansion Committee Directory 2002 — Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization (CSFSO)
Type: Document
Source: Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization (CSFSO)
Tag(s): "Safe pointing"A Star AcademyAbby JuneauAdrian AustinAlba GrandeAlex StruewskiAlicia RegensbergAnita WelchAnn ManierreAnnette PrimianiApplied ScholasticsArlene RichArthur J. MarenBack to Basics SchoolBecky BuchananBernard K. "Bud" ReichelBetsy CrambBetsy RoushBill HalversonBob DivenutiBob MagnessBrendan HaggertyBrian KennedyCalifornia Ranch School Independent AcademyCandace ZillwegerCarl SitlerCarole AndreaniCathy KamhiCathy VangieriCharlie GroffCherish the Children FoundationCheryl A. AldermanChris AlexanderChurch of Scientology Flag Service Organization (CSFSO)Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR)Claire CournoyerClear Expansion CommitteeClearwater Academy International (1997 merger of A to Be School, Jefferson Academy, Renaissance Academy)Clearwater Business AssociationColleen WilhiteCriminonDaphna FischlerDarlene SwansonDavid SingerDebbie RadstromDebbie ShaddDebbie WitterDelphi AcademyDenise Miscavige Gentile (formerly Covington, Licciardi)Dennis CamaraDon HoodEd CrambEd ThompsonEdd ClarkElyse van BreemanEpoch ConsultantsExec TechG. Craig BurtonGerard AndreaniGerhard Haag (aka Royce Savoy Monteverdi)Gertie PerryGisela MageGloria SlaughterGrace HunterGraham PayneGreg SmithGung-Ho GroupHarriet HughesHemda GinzbergHubbard College of Administration (HCA)Hype MarketingIan AndersonIrmgard HaugIrving PaiewonskyJanette HaugenJanice BateyJeff AvrinJeff LeeJennifer SundanceJessica ByrnesJim EmmickJo StruthersJoan PascoJoanie SigalJoanne BakerJohn BellmaineJohn LindmanJoy DivenutiJoy RockwellJudah DobinKaren SinghrsKate RyanKathy FeshbachKatie ChamberlainKaye ChampagneKeri LeeKevin TigheKirk BurnessKitty MagnessKlaus HilgersKristine MarquardtLavina van HoekeLawrence "Larry" ByrnesLes MooreLeslie StrubblefieldLewis SteinmanLisa CumminsLisa TigheLittle SchoolLive Oak SchoolLiz SikesLouise CournoyerLyn MillerLynn IronsMace-Kingsley Family CenterMallory PascoMarian KingMark DeEulioMark FreedmanMarsha FriedmanMary AdamsMary Jo PagelMaryta JensenMatt ArgallMeasurable SolutionsMike GropeNancy WestNarconon Florida, Inc.Pam BartonPamela Csira Ryan (Anderson)Pat CloudenPatty ThompsonPaula EllenburgPaula PaiewonskyPeaches PookPedro GilPermanent SolutionsPeter VicentePhyllis FranklinProfessional Consultants Association of FloridaRay HemphillRenato SmithReuvein MarcusRichard R. ByrdRichard TinkelenbergRichel LavetteRob CollewijnRobert SchwartzRon WeidoffSally van QuaethemSandra "Sandy" AdairSandy MesmerSay No to DrugsScientology Missions International (SMI)Scott RhodesShaun KirkSheryle Festa-IronsStan DubinStandard Organizing SolutionsSteve FerrySteve PerrySue MuellerSummit ManagementSunok GropeSuzanne F. JohnsonTerry JamesThe Learning ConnectionThe Way to Happiness (TWTH)Theo GrantTina TurbinTom WrightTyna EichenlaubValko & AssociatesVivian LittleVolunteer MinistersWhayne EisenmanWorld Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE)World Literacy CrusadeYamila SeneYurii Obolensky
May 25, 1999
Scientology book an open issue — Wired
Type: Press
Author(s): Polly Sprenger
Source: Wired
A book removed from Amazon's site because of alleged legal troubles is now among the top 150 books sold by the online bookstore. The book, a controversial exposé of the Church of Scientology, languished deep in Amazon's list of 4.5 million titles before being dropped in February. A Wired News report on that decision prompted Amazon to reinstate the book late last week. The book jumped to No. 700 before hitting a high of 148 on Tuesday. Author Jon Atack, reached ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 29, 1999
Abroad: Critics public and private keep pressure on Scientology — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Lucy Morgan
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Scientology leaders say they want peace. They say they want to stay out of court. But with both foes at home and foes abroad, that goal may be elusive. The spiritual home of the Church of Scientology is in Clearwater, but for many years now its leaders have had worldwide ambitions. But as disciples have carried L. Ron Hubbard's teachings away from America's shore, the reception has been almost universally chilly at best – and at times openly hostile. At one ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 31, 1995
Why Kathy won't come home — The Independent (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Tim Kelsey
Source: The Independent (UK)
Two weeks ago, a man was cleared of trying to abduct Kathleen Wilson after he said he was saving her from a cult that had brainwashed her. Kathy doesn't see it that way. At the garage on the road into East Grinstead, the cashier smiles. "Scientologists?" he says. "You'll find them on the way into Turner's Hill. Just follow the road round. "It's a religious sect," he adds, politely. "Ah, yes," I say. "I'm afraid so," he replies. It isn't far. ...
Jun 13, 1994
Scientology: the inside story — Secret of a drugs 'cure' — The Argus (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
JOHN WOOD wants to tell your children the truth about drugs. He is the UK president of an organisation which claims it has been educating young people about the dangers of addiction for 25 years. It claims that message had been successful, and it claims it can also help those who have already fallen to drugs and drink. In fact, Narconon makes rather a lot of claims, and the group has targeted Sussex with literature and glowing tributes from grateful "clients". ...
Jun 10, 1994
Scientology: the inside story --- The missing word — The Argus (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
IT IS portrayed as a typical private school. But the glossy Greenfields brochure, which boasts of academic success and a happy environment for children, does not tell the whole story. One important word is missing from the booklet - Scientology. It is also missing from: * The handbook issued by the Independent Schools Information Service, which describes Greenfields as inter-denominational. * The Independent Schools Yearbook, which it is listed as non-denominational. * The school's 27-page constitution lodged with the Charity Commission. ...
Apr 21, 1994
Members 'are all helped' — Chichester Observer (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Chichester Observer (UK)
A Scientology spokesman said it was a "ridiculous exaggeration" to say Mr Phillips had been phoned up to five times a day. Peter Mansell was given full details of the interview with Mr Phillips and his reply was: "The point is for every Roger Phillips or Martin Francis there are literally thousands of people who are more than happy in Scientology. "Scientology has been recognized as a religion by courts and religious scholars all over the world. Just last October the ...
Apr 12, 1994
Scientology: the inside story — The cult and a private eye — The Argus (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
THIS man is working for the Church of Scientology. But you won't find him hovering on a street corner with a smile and a clipboard. He is an American private detective. Ex-Los Angeles police officer Eugene Ingram was sent to Britain to investigate the alleged theft of confidential documents from Saint Hill in East Grinstead, the national headquarters of the cult. Relatives of one leading anti-Scientology campaigner in Sussex have found Mr Ingram on their doorstep. Clergymen who have attacked the ...
Apr 12, 1994
Scientology: the inside story — Victims who are 'fair game' — The Argus (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
[Transcribed by Anonymous <nowhere@bsu-cs.bsu.edu> 21 May 1995 07:35:27 +0100] The Church of Scientology may call itself a religion, but it does not have a reputation for turning the other cheek. For a week last month Jon Atack and his family were subjected to scenes like this outside their home in Cranston Road, East Grinstead. Why? The placard-carrying demonstrators are Scientologists, and they do not like Mr. Atack because he is an outspoken critic of the cult. The police were twice called ...
Mar 30, 1994
Scientology: the inside story — How a church aimed to sell itself — The Argus (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
In the third part of his special investigation into the Church of Scientology, chief reporter PAUL BRACCHI reveals the true cost of one man's involvement with the cult. [A small picture of Mr. Bracci is shown, as on previous days.] HARD SELL... two words synonymous with door-to-door salesman, second hand car dealers, and estate agents. Two words you would definitely not expect to find in the vocabulary of any religion. But this is not any religion. It is Scientology. Today, we ...
Mar 29, 1994
Scientology: the inside story — Just the worst two years of my life — The Argus (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
IN THE second part of his special investigation into the Church of Scientology, Argus chief reporter PAUL BRACCHI talks to a man who travelled 3,000 miles to join the Sussex-based cult. [A very small picture of Mr. Bracchi is shown, as in yesterday's article. A large picture, in the center of page 6, is shown of a man wearing a neat denim shirt, labelled: "Above: Nowell Matandirotya. "I feel I was exploited" A smaller picture shows a grim stone mansion, with ...
Mar 28, 1994
Scientology: the inside story — Secrets of Saint Hill — The Argus (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
Special investigation by chief reporter PAUL BRACCHI [A very small picture of Mr. Bracchi is shown.] [A picture of a man in a long military coat with brass buttons is shown. Below the picture is this title: "A Scientologist out on liberty time in a miliary-style greatcoat."] THEY dress like naval officers. But the uniforms, complete with epaulettes and brass buttons, are not what they seem. These men and women do not belong to the armed services...they are Scientologists. Most of ...
Mar 18, 1994
Scientologists picket house — East Grinstead Courier (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): David Thompson
Source: East Grinstead Courier (UK)
POLICE were twice called to disperse pickets from outside the East Grinstead home of an anti-Church of Scientology campaigner. On Sunday, three Scientology members stood outside Jon Atack's house in Cranston Road. Mr Atack said they carried placards proclaiming: Stop destroying families. Get a proper job like the rest of us and Support your own family and stop destroying ours. "They were an absolute nuisance. I was incensed," he said. "They had no answer when I asked them which families I ...
Oct 20, 1993
Letters // IRS decision on Scientology brings comment — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: link, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Type: Press
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Re: IRS Scientology is tax-exempt religion, Oct. 13. The Internal Revenue Service's reversal of the income tax status of the Church of Scientology was both stunning and perplexing. What is the story behind the story? Was some kind of compromise arrived at? A deal? Unanswered questions abound. Taxing personal income, for many Americans, has created a strong moral distaste and sense of injustice, unlike what is felt for other forms of taxation. These Americans have seen, over the years, the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 1, 1993
Catch a rising star — Premiere (magazine)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): John H. Richardson
Source: Premiere (magazine)
Tag(s): Ability (Scientology magazine)American Premiere (magazine)Andrea JaffeAnne ArcherAnti-psychiatryApple SchoolsAuditingAuthor Services, Inc. (ASI) (dba, Galaxy Press) (subsidiary of Church of Spiritual Technology)Bert SalzmanBlackmailBob DolmanBonnie ReissBrad PittBrian GrazerCelebrity (magazine)Celebrity CentreCharlie SheenChurch of Scientology International (CSI)Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR)CommissionsCorey SlavinCostCreative Artists AgencyCry Out (booklet)Cult Awareness Network (CAN) (earlier form, Citizen's Freedom Foundation)David MiscavigeDelphi Schools, Inc.Diana CanovaDisconnectionDon SimpsonDror SorefE-MeterEarth Communications Office (ECO)Edgar WinterEmilio EstevezEric ShermanErnest LehmanFloyd MutruxFoundation for Advancements in Science and Education (FASE)Freddie PrinzeGary ImhoffGentle Birth FoundationGeoffrey LewisHana Eltringham WhitfieldHarassmentHarvey HaberHealthMedHeber C. JentzschJanet CharltonJeff PomerantzJeffrey ScottJerry SeinfeldJoel SappellJohn H. RichardsonJohn TravoltaJudy Norton-TaylorJuliette LewisJustice Clarence ThomasKaren BlackKelly PrestonKen RoseKimberley KatesKirstie AlleyL.A. Style (magazine)LawsuitLee PurcellLeo J. RyanLisa Marie PresleyLisa Stuart HalversonManu TupouMark C. "Marty" RathbunMark IshamMary Sue (Whipp) HubbardMichael D. RobertsMichael J. "Mike" RinderMichael OvitzMichael WisemanMike FarrellMilton KatselasMimi RogersMoney launderingNan Herst BowersNancy CartwrightNarconon InternationalNicole KidmanOperation Snow WhitePat KingsleyPatrick RyanPatrick SwayzePaulette CooperPeter HortonPhilip JepsenPremiere (magazine)Priscilla PresleyPrivate investigator(s)Project CelebrityPublic fundingPurification Rundown ("Purif")R. Michael WisnerReader's DigestRecruitmentReligious Technology Center (RTC)Richard BeharRichard DonnerRichard NataleRobert "Bobby" LiptonRobert W. WelkosRon HowardScientology's "Code of Honor"Scientology: The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power (article)Shaw Health CenterStudy technology (Study tech)Suppressive person (SP)Threat of physical harmTom CruiseTom MankiewiczVonni RibisiXenu (Operating Thetan level 3, OT 3, Wall of Fire)Yvonne Gillham Jentzsch
Nov 11, 1991
Scientology's children: On education — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: whyaretheydead.info, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Curtis Krueger
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Like the church he founded, the teaching methods espoused by L. Ron Hubbard create controversy. And they are spreading, across the United States and around the world. L. Ron Hubbard wrote science fiction stories and founded a religion — but he didn't stop there. He went on, according to his followers, to achieve tremendous breakthroughs in education. There are now more than 150 Hubbard-method schools around the world. They achieve superior results, according to supporters, and are free of drugs and ...
Jul 24, 1991
Girl rescued from cult — Exmouth Express & Echo (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Peter Hardy
Source: Exmouth Express & Echo (UK)
A RELIGIOUS cult member was persuaded to rejoin her family during a dramatic secret meeting in Exmouth, the Express & Echo can reveal. The daring rescue bid was set up after the family consulted experts opponents of the Church of Scientology, which has been accused of employing brainwashing techniques to win over some of its followers. Now the girl, a science graduate, is safe at a secret address, thought to be in the north of the country, after the successful reunion ...
Apr 27, 1989
Narconon-Chilocco drug treatment plant may be part of notorious religious cult — Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
Type: Press
Author(s): Robert W. Lobsinger
Source: Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
NEWKIRK, OK – A proposed drug treatment and rehabilitation center which could be in operation on Indian land at the former Chilocco Indian School north of Newkirk by June 15th may be part of a notorious religious cult. Narconon was approved for a 75-bed facility by the State Health Planning Commission in January of this year as part of The Chilocco Development Authority. The projected cost is $400,000 for renovation and the five Indian tribes involved are projected to receive $16,000,000 ...
Tag(s): All God' s Children (book)Anderson Report (Australia)Arthur J. MarenAssociation for Better Living and Education (ABLE) (formerly, "Social Coordination" or SOCO)AuditingAustraliaBetsy CarterBlackmailCarroll StonerClearwater Sun (Florida)ConvictionCostDianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health (book)DisconnectionE-MeterEdna FultonEngramFair gameFood and Drug Administration (FDA)Fort Harrison Hotel (also, Flag Land Base) @ 210 South Fort Harrison Avenue Clearwater FL United StatesFranceFraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentationGabriel "Gabe" CazaresGarry BilgerGene ChillHeber C. JentzschJo Anne ParkeJohn BrodieJohn DuffJohn McMasterJudge Jose Maria Vazquez HonrubiaJulie Christofferson TitchbourneL. Ron Hubbard's credentialsLawsuitLife MagazineLos Angeles Times (California)Martin KasindorfMedical claimsMembershipMichael ReeseNarconon (aka Scientology drug rehab)Narconon Chilocco New Life CenterNarconon InternationalNewkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)NewsweekOklahomaOperating Thetan (OT)Orange County RegisterOvert, withholdPurification Rundown ("Purif")Religious Technology Center (RTC)Rena WeinbergRichard OfsheRobert W. LobsingerRonald "Nibs" Edward DeWolf (L. Ron Hubbard, Jr.)San Diego Union-TribuneScientology's "Clear" stateSilencing criticism, censorshipSouthern Land Development and Leasing Corporation (SLDLC)SpainSt. Petersburg Times (Florida)Supernatural abilities (aka OT powers)Suppressive person (SP)TIME MagazineUnited Churches of FloridaUnited Kingdom (UK)William C. BenitezWilliam Menninger
Oct 25, 1987
'Murder' used in plot against cult author — The Sunday Times (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Palmer
Source: The Sunday Times (UK)
THE AUTHOR of a new book on the Church of Scientology cult has become the victim of a bizarre plot to link him to the murder of a communist pop singer. Russell Miller, whose book, Bare Faced Messiah: The True Story of L Ron Hubbard, is to be serialised shortly in The Sunday Times, is being investigated by private detectives trying to link him to the death last year of Dean Reed, an American singer who defected to the Soviet bloc. ...
Oct 23, 1987
Scientology loses bid to halt book — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The Church of Scientology lost a bid Thursday in a British court to ban a biography of its founder, the late science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard. The secretive religious movement, which has a headquarters in Clearwater, had asked the Court of Appeal for an injunction against publication of Bare Faced Messiah by London journalist Russell Miller. Such a ruling would have reversed a High Court decision dismissing their application as "mischievous and misconceived."
Oct 10, 1987
Scientologists fail to suppress book about church's founder — The Guardian (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Peter Murtagh
Source: The Guardian (UK)
An attempt by the Church of Scientology to suppress publication of a book about its founder, Mr Ron Hubbard, failed yesterday when the High Court ruled that legitimate public interest far outweighed an alleged breath of confidentiality. The court ruled that the church's action was "oppressive and mischievous." The book, Barefaced Messiah, by Mr Russell Miller, is due to be serialised later this month in a Sunday newspaper. The church alleged that the book contains two photographs of the late Mr ...
Aug 23, 1986
[The Danish High Court awarded the Church of Scientology ...] — Weekly Challenger (Florida)
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Weekly Challenger (Florida)
The Danish High Court awarded the Church of Scientology in Denmark over 1.4 million Danish Kroner in damages against three apostate members from England. The damages award, one of the highest amounts ever awarded in a Danish court, was the result of a case brought against former church members for their involvement in the theft of sacred upper level church Scriptures from the church in Denmark. In December 1983, Robin Scott returned to Denmark and was subsequently arrested and taken to ...
May 23, 1985
Rally against huge damage award // Scientologists cast protest as defense of all religion — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Peter H. King
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
PORTLAND, Ore. — Duane Wolcott lives at a Christian church here, earning his keep as a custodian. He decribes his principal occupation, however, as "street evangelist," and it is his belief that this week the mysterious hand of God tossed him a terrific career opportunity. The burly 49-year-old could be found at a park by the Willamette River, happily passing out Christian pamphlets to Scientologists attending a free concert by one of their own, jazz musician Chick Corea. "We feel God ...
Feb 11, 1984
'We disconnect you' / MP seeks top-level inquiry as 'Church' again disrupts families — Daily Mail (UK)
Mar 16, 1976
Scientology / Scientology's founding father (third in a series) — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: news.google.com
Jan 29, 1976
What is this Church of Scientology? — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jan 1, 1971
The Scandal of Scientology - 08 The British and Australian Orgs — Tower Publications, Inc.
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