Is Scientology's ad campaign aimed at sprucing up its image? - 2013-11-18

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F0.png Is Scientology's ad campaign aimed at sprucing up its image? November 18, 2013, Mark Sommer, Buffalo News

Buffalo is one of three cities, along with Denver and Las Vegas, where the Church of Scientology – which spent $8 million for a 60-second advertisement during this year's Super Bowl – is mounting a major ad campaign.

But the church is controversial. It has been accused of forcing members to separate from family and friends who become critical of Scientology. Eleven former church executives have accused leader David Miscavige of hitting them. And growing numbers of defectors – including actress Leah Remini and director-screenwriter Paul Haggis – are speaking out.

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{{cite news | first = Mark | last = Sommer | title = Is Scientology's ad campaign aimed at sprucing up its image? | url = https://www.buffalonews.com/life-arts/religion/is-scientologys-ad-campaign-aimed-at-sprucing-up-its-image-20131118 | work = Buffalo News | date = November 18, 2013 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}