Outside critics are unacceptable - 2005-02-02

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F38.png Outside critics are unacceptable February 2, 2005, Mark Sommer, Buffalo News

But what happened to Durni that day wasn't unusual.

Family members and friends of Scientologists - including parents, spouses and children - who are critical of the church can be declared "suppressive." That means the church sees them as intent on harming or destroying Scientology.

Under strict directives set by Scientology's late founder, L. Ron Hubbard, church members must persuade them to check their criticism - or sever all contact.

Critics say they have witnessed that scenario happen repeatedly with Scientology.


{{cite news | first = Mark | last = Sommer | title = Outside critics are unacceptable | url = http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/JeremyPerkins/Articles/buffalo-news-2005-02-02.html | work = Buffalo News | date = February 2, 2005 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}