Questions over Scientology's 19 calls in 48 hours before 110,000-volt suicide - 2009-10-28

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F221.png Questions over Scientology's 19 calls in 48 hours before 110,000-volt suicide October 28, 2009, Christine Kellett, Brisbane Times

In a 31-page interim report, released ahead of an army Commission of Inquiry, Mr Lock expressed frustration at the Church of Scientology and its Sydney leaders, who spirited away secret files on Mr McBride to the church's US headquarters in defiance of a Queensland Police warrant for their seizure.

The coroner also dismissed as "selective" evidence given to the hearings by a spiritual counsellor, known in Scientology parlance as an "auditor", who had led Mr McBride through an intensive course designed to help followers face distressing issues from their past.

For this "draining, straining, personal and confronting" experience, the soldier paid the Church of Scientology $25,000.


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