Sunday, April 20, 2014

Tommy Davis Forces Disconnection

August 30, 2011 by  
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Tony Ortega has a great scoop over at the Village Voice.  Having stated publicly that disconnection does not exist, Scientology’s missing PR person Tommy Davis is caught on tape trying to get one of Marc Headley’s employees, Shane Clark, to quit his job or be declared an SP and cut off from his family and […]

St. Pete Times on Forced Abortions

June 20, 2010 by  
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UPDATED with Scientologist’s reactions below. The St. Petersberg Times continues their terrific series of articles on Scientology fraud and abuse.  This time they focused on how Scientology coerced Sea Org members to have abortions in an article called No Kids Allowed. Laura Dieckman was just 12 when her parents let her leave home to work full […]

Inside Scientology’s L.A. Headquarters

May 5, 2010 by  
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Original Broadcast Date: April 30th KNBC in Los Angeles took their cameras inside Scientology’s properties and sat down with spokesperson Tommy Davis.  You’ll be surprised to hear that business has never been better.  Good news or bad news, any news draws people into the Orgs, says Tommy.  So he must hope that bad news keeps […]

Scientology: A History of Violence – Day Five

April 2, 2010 by  
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Anderson Cooper finishes off his week long look at David Miscavige’s abusive nature with a panel of Marty Rathbun, Tom DeVocht and Jeff Hawkins responding to the denials made by their ex-wives and by Tommy Davis.

Scientology: A History of Violence – Day Four

April 2, 2010 by  
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Anderson Cooper continues to explore allegations of abuse of staff members by David Miscavige.  Jeff Hawkins explains what he went through and why he put up with it for so long.  Then the wives of the ex-members strike back, saying there’s no such thing as Disconnection.  Oh, sure, people may decide they no longer wish […]

Scientology: A History of Violence – Day Three

April 2, 2010 by  
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Anderson Cooper interviews several former high ranking officials within the Church of Scientology who say they either witnessed or were physically assaulted by the church leader, David Miscavige. Scientology says Slappy Miscavige is a saint and it was Marty Rathbun who was abusive.  But Tommy Davis and Monique Yingling have difficulty explaining to Anderson why […]

Scientology: A History of Violence – Day Two

March 30, 2010 by  
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Anderson Cooper interviews several former high ranking officials within the Church of Scientology who say they either witnessed or were physically assaulted by the church leader, David Miscavige. Jeff Hawkins and Tom DeVocht are interviewed. Scientology trots out the wives of the people accusing Miscavige of being a sadistic bully.  Isn’t that just the type […]

Scientology: A History of Violence

March 29, 2010 by  
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All week long, Anderson Cooper is looking into the allegations of abuse leveled at Scientology’s tiny leader, David “Slappy” Miscavige.  On the first outing, former executive Marty Rathbun is interviewed and comes out swinging.  Tommy Davis, of course, calls him a liar. Davis will be doing a lot of that this week as more members […]

Why I Got Out

March 23, 2010 by  
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I did not make this video.  It was sent to me anonymously by someone who no longer wishes to be part of David Miscavige’s corporate Scientology.  Watch and I think you can see why so many people are leaving Slappy behind.

Suffering in Silence

March 9, 2010 by  
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An interview from the Today Show with independent Scientologist Christie King Collbran. A former member of the Church’s Sea Organization, she talks about conditions in the organization, including hard labor, abuse and coerced abortions, in a follow-up to her New York Times interview.

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