Scientologists in Haiti: A Firsthand Account - 2010-02-02

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F12.png Scientologists in Haiti: A Firsthand Account February 2, 2010, Ravi Somaiya, Gawker

I asked another guy what he'd packed and he said he hadn't bothered to bring soap or toilet paper or food, but that he'd just "buy whatever I need at Port-au-Prince airport." I couldn't break it to him.

They had no place to stay, and no supplies — their idea was to use the ton of money they had to buy food to distribute when they got there. But there was no food and no water. That was the point.

By the time we arrived in Haiti, after a stopover in Miami, we had missed three landing slots at the airport. Aid agencies — genuine aid agencies — from other countries were being turned away, refused permission to land. But we still got a slot straight away. The guy who ran our charter seemed to think that the Scientologists had some real influence with the US Government, who were assigning the slots.

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{{cite news | author = Ravi Somaiya | title = Scientologists in Haiti: A Firsthand Account | url = | work = Gawker | date = February 2, 2010 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}