For Those Who Were There, Jonestown's A Part Of Each Day - 1998-11-18

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F6.png For Those Who Were There, Jonestown's A Part Of Each Day November 18, 1998, Tim Reiterman, Los Angeles Times, Seattle Times

On the 10th anniversary of Jonestown, she asked me to speak to a network gathering in Portland. Those days, the Church of Scientology was protesting against the anti-cult group. Now the network has been bankrupted by lawsuits, and a Scientologist has purchased the name of the church's old nemesis.

Patricia does not think the lessons of Jonestown have sunk in, not even after Waco and Heaven's Gate. "I don't think politicians are any more aware now (of cults) or care to do anything because it's not an easy or expedient issue," she said. "I don't think young people even know what Jonestown was."

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{{cite news | first = Tim | last = Reiterman | title = For Those Who Were There, Jonestown's A Part Of Each Day | url = http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=2784066&date=19981118&query=Scientology | work = Los Angeles Times | publisher = Seattle Times | date = November 18, 1998 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}