Volume I Issue 1 September 8, 2008
Cult Forced to Grovel andApologize for Lies and Libels
June 8, 1999: Scientology Apologises toBonnie WoodsDefendant's Counsel:
On behalf of the Churchof Scientology and all the Defendants I wish toassociate myself with all that has been said bycounsel for the Plaintiff. The Defendants regret thatwhen responding to Mrs. Woods' criticisms of theChurch of Scientology they went too far inattributing to her conduct and motives which theynow accept were not correct. Through me theyapologise to Mrs. Woods.
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Elvis on Scientology:“F%@# THOSE PEOPLE!”
“One day, in L.A., we got in the limousine and wentdown to the Scientology center on Sunset, and Elviswent in and talked to them. We waited in the car, butapparently they started doing all these charts andcrap for him. Elvis came out and said 'F%@# those people! There's no way I'll ever get involved withthat son-of-a-b%@#in' group. All they want is mymoney.' Well, Peggy still kept on about it, so Elvisdidn't date her any more. And he stayed away fromScientology like it was a cobra. He'd s#!t a brick tosee how far Lisa Marie's gotten into it.”
Elvis Aaron Presley: Revelations From The Memphis Mafia by Alanna Nash, with Billy Smith, Marty Lacker, and Lamar Fike (copyright 1995, Harper Collins).
Judges agree: Hubbard and Scientologyare “schizophrenic and paranoid
“[The court record is] replete with evidence [thatScientology] is nothing in reality but a vastenterprise to extract the maximum amount of moneyfrom its adepts by pseudo scientific theories... and toexercise a kind of blackmail against persons who donot wish to continue with their sect.... Theorganization clearly is schizophrenic and paranoid,and this bizarre combination seems to be a reflectionof its founder, L. Ron Hubbard.”
Judge Breckenridge, Los Angeles Superior Court
Terrorist Cult of Scientology“Reverend” Menaces Father
This letter was received by a man in the mid-westwhose son took $550 worth of courses but only paidfor $200 of them. The father was then billed for the balance in a letter saying he had “agreed” to pay theother $350. The father wrote back saying he hadn't“agreed” to any such thing, and reported theScientologists. On October 13, he received thefollowing threats and accusations from aScientology Reverend:“Rather than let my lawyers have *all* the fun, Iwill write to you this once and straighten you out. Ihave a great urge to beggar you to your last pair of socks, but I will curb the desire a little longer. If youhad the wit of a demented swineherd you wouldhave read those pieces of literature I so graciouslyhad sent to you...do not judge people by yourself. Not everyone is a mass murderer like yourself. Yes,I know quite a bit about you and your various projects during the war.” (
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Vengeful Scientology CrimeCult: Corrupt, Sinister andDangerous says Justice Latey
“Ultimately Wollersheim became so convincedauditing was causing him psychiatric problems hewas willing to risk becoming a target of 'freeloader debt' and 'fair game.' Evidence was introduced that,at least during the time relevant to Wollersheim'scase, 'fair game' was a practice of retributionScientology threatened to inflict on 'suppressives,'which included people who left the organization or anyone who could pose a threat to the organization.Once someone was identified as a 'suppressive,' allScientologists were authorized to do anything to'neutralize' that individual -- economically, politically, and psychologically.“After Wollersheim left the organization,Scientology leaders initiated a 'fair game' campaignwhich among other things was calculated to destroyWollersheim's photography enterprise. Theyinstructed some Scientology members to leaveWollersheim's employ, told others not to place anynew orders with him and to renege on bills theyowed on previous purchases from the business. Thisstrategy shortly drove Wollersheim's photography business into bankruptcy. His mental conditiondeteriorated further and he ended up under psychiatric care.“The crime committed by these defendants is of a breath and scope previously unheard of. No building, office, desk, or file was safe from their snooping and prying.
No individual or organizationwas free from their despicable conspiratorial minds.
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Criminal “Church” KnowinglyExposes Members to BlueAsbestos for 21 Years
May 1, 2008 By Jane MundyThe MV Freewinds, Scientology's cruise ship, has been sealed and docked in Curacao due to blueasbestos (crocidolite) that was released and spreadthrough the ventilation system, affecting thousandsof people.
The Church of Scientology's members wereattending Scientology courses, training services andfunctions aboard the ship. According to the DailyHerald, a local newspaper, the blue asbestos wasreleased from the ship's structure duringrefurbishing and reparatory work.This is not the first time the MV Freewinds has been investigated for blue asbestos. In 2001, aformer Scientology member, architect LawrenceWoodcraft, submitted a sworn affidavit stating thathe was exposed to blue asbestos while working onthe Freewinds in 1987. As well, a statement fromthe ship's captain claimed that there were previousincidents where blue asbestos was released into theship's ventilation system. But the Church of Scientology denied Woodcraft's claim and in sodoing, the Church knowingly exposed its passengersand members to this most deadly form of asbestosfor the past 21 years!
Anyone who has been aboard MV Freewinds should see their doctor to determine their level of exposure to blue asbestos. And they may want to seek legal advice.
Thousands Worldwide ProtestScientology at Monthly Pickets
February 10, 2008
Beginning in February, protests have been heldmonthly at over 100 “Church” of Scientologylocations in 17 countries with over 9000 people inattendance. There have been no violent incidents onthe part of the protesters at any of these protests. Allare welcome and encouraged to attend. Dates,times, and locations are announced monthly at: