What's Wrong with Scientology?

Scientology's actions - from breaking the law to harassing and harming individuals around the world - have provoked strong criticism.

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What's Wrong with Scientology?

Scientology's actions - from breaking the law to harassing and harming individuals around the world - have provoked strong criticism. Scientology locks people up. Scientology lies. Scientology is breaking the law. Scientology has a long, well-documented history of criminal activities. Scientology attacks free speech. Scientology hurts people.

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April 7, 2000 A Visit from Scientology's Enemy Number 1 Bob Minton was never a Scientologist. He began to get interested in the machinations of the sect when he read about the Lisa McPherson case on the internet. The young woman, who died, had apparently been locked up and starved by U.S. Scientologists. Scientology regards Minton as "Enemy Number One" - its arch-enemy. At his side sat Stacy Brooks, who worked in the "Sea Org" in the sect's headquarters and then left after being held against her will for nine months. Bob Minton, Press, What's Wrong with Scientology?
April 19, 1985 Witness Says Judge Probed A Portland judge who presided over a fraud trial involving the Church of Scientology in 1979 was the target of a covert operation by the church aimed at learning his attitudes about drug usage and sexual promiscuity, a former Scientologist testified. harassment, lawsuits, Press, What's Wrong with Scientology?