Scientology surviving on borrowed minutes? - 2009-10-29

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F110.png Scientology surviving on borrowed minutes? October 29, 2009, Enzo Di Matteo, Now Magazine

Is the Church surviving on borrowed time? Most of its more suspect teachings and practices, some of which verge on the tactics employed by spy agencies, have been there in plain sight for all to see on the the internet sites of critics and former members.

For all the recent bad publicity in the mainstream media, the truth is Scientology has never been far from controversy. The rest of the world may finally be waking up.

Investigations into the Church's activities have been held in half a dozen countries, including in this very province. A raid of the Church's headquarters here led to a celebrated court case that uncovered government documents in the Church's possession.

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