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Questions raised over disaster management techniques being taught by Scientologists in Samoa - 2007-10-07

F0.png Questions raised over disaster management techniques being taught by Scientologists in Samoa October 7, 2007, Radio New Zealand International

"There is a very genuine concern about the value or even perhaps the harmful consequences of the techniques which they are employing or in which they are training people. The psychotherapeutic techniques employed by scientologists are not highly regarded outside scientology."

Dr Gregory Dawes says some groups are known to use charitable work to secure converts.

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{{cite news | title = Questions raised over disaster management techniques being taught by Scientologists in Samoa | url = https://www.radionz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/173116/questions-raised-over-disaster-management-techniques-being-taught-by-scientologists-in-samoa | work = Radio New Zealand International | date = October 7, 2007 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}