On July 10th in Scientology history
He said, they said
July 10, 2006, Bay News 9, Bright House Networks
A man filming a documentary outside the Church of Scientology in Clearwater says he was attacked by a man claiming to be a Scientologist.
Tags: Drew Sweet, Michael Fitzgerald, Pat Harney, Shawn Lonsdale
Accused family killer was 'denied treatment by Scientologist parents'
July 10, 2007, Barbara McMahon, The Guardian
A woman accused of killing her father and sister and injuring her mother was denied psychiatric treatment by her parents who were Scientologists, a court heard yesterday.
Church of Scientology denies stabbed man 'a recruiter'
July 10, 2007, Fiona Connolly, Daily Telegraph, News.com.au
THE Church of Scientology last night denied the Sydney man who was allegedly stabbed to death by his psychotic daughter after refusing her psychiatric drugs was a top recruiter for the church.
A man with the same name as the dead father is listed on the Church of Scientology's "Honour Roll" in the 2002 Impact magazine which glorifies members worldwide for their efforts in "signing more than 20 members to the church" or for donating $US20,000 ($23,200) or more.
Scientologists 'flat earthers'
July 10, 2007, Dylan Welch, Sydney Morning Herald
Mr Brooks went on to argue that modern psychiatry used many methods that were largely "unproven" and psychiatric assumptions - such as chemical imbalances in the brain - simply did not exist.
Almost immediately after Mr Brooks finished his interview, Sydney University psychiatrist Chris Tennant phoned ABC Radio to reject the Scientologist's beliefs.
Saying it was "so sad to hear the flat-earthers getting on the radio", Professor Tennant denied modern psychiatry was largely "unproven", stating the amount of research on mental illness was "as strong" as that for cancer and heart disease.
"It's a tragedy to hear this mumbo jumbo being proselytised by this group," he said.
"The sad thing about this sounds to be that this girl may well have been prescribed some psychiatric treatment but living in a family which had the Scientology attitude there is no way there would have been what we term compliance."
Tags: Australia, Chris Tennant, Cyrus Brooks, Rosanna Capolingua
Sect to reject role in deaths
July 10, 2007, Fiona Connolly, Daily Telegraph
A man with the same name as the dead father is listed on the Church of Scientology's "Honor Roll" in the 2002 Impact magazine which glorifies members worldwide for their efforts in "signing more than 20 members to the church" or for donating $US20,000 or more.
The man's daughter, 25, faced Bankstown Local Court yesterday charged with fatally stabbing her father and sister at their Revesby home last Thursday. She is also charged with stabbing her mother, 52.
Tags: stop-wise.biz, Vicki Dunstan, WISE
Scientology Nation: L. Ron Hubbard's otherworldly salvation plan erupts on Montana's Blackfeet Reservation
July 10, 2008, Paul Peters, Missoula Independent, SL Weekly
Running Crane isn't the only one forming a connection to Scientology. Emissaries connected to the religion and to Narconon, a nonprofit drug treatment and education program affiliated with Scientology, have been making inroads on the reservation throughout the past year. Scientologists have offered free seminars and all-expenses-paid retreats at a luxurious Scientology center near Los Angeles. They've also sent boxes of Hubbard's books to several tribal members working at Crystal Creek Lodge, the only drug-treatment center on the reservation. The center uses 12-step programs common to Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Al-Anon. (Narconon, despite its similar name, is not connected with any 12-step program.)
Tags: Alfred Johnson, Blackfeet, Blood Brother, Celebrity Centre, Chief Earl
Old Person, Clark Carr, Crazy Dog Society, Galaxy Press, John Goodwin, Larry
Ground, Marilyn Rhodes, Montana, Narconon, Old Tom, Pat Calf Looking,
Patricia Devereaux, Rayola Running Crane, Rick Ross, Saginaw Grant, Steven
Kent, War Bonnet