Florida medical center 'forced staff to scream at ashtrays and stare at each other for hours without moving during compulsory Scientology classes' - 2013-05-14

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F19.png Florida medical center 'forced staff to scream at ashtrays and stare at each other for hours without moving during compulsory Scientology classes' May 14, 2013, Helen Pow, Daily Mail

A Florida business forced its employees to take Scientology classes that involved 'screaming at ashtrays or staring at someone for eight hours without moving,' according to a federal investigation.

Dynamic Medical Services in Miami allegedly made Norma Rodriguez, Maykel Ruz, Rommy Sanchez, Yanileydis Capote and other employees spend at least half their work days in Scientology courses and fired two staffers who refused.

According to an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint, filed May 8, Dynamic Medical, which provides medical and chiropractic treatment, required one employee, Sanchez, to undergo an 'audit' by connecting herself to an 'E-Meter' - a religious artifact in Scientology.


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