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Dialogue Ireland published the three statements issued by the Archdiocese of Tuam:
We are then writing commentaries on each statement as 16 years have elapsed since the first one was issued and we now have an archive available on our blog with evidence which is quite shocking which goes way beyond what was known in the early days and when the last statement was made in 2008 by Tuam. Continue reading
In 1987 I returned from South Africa via Maputo and Moscow on Aeroflot flights into Shannon. I saw the end of the Apartheid regime coming but it still had power. I stopped in Moscow and who would have believed the Soviet Union would be gone in 3 years? I was went down to Cork and got the Bare Faced Messiah for Christmas. I found it a fascinating read and whereas I had found reading books about Scientology difficult this one get me reading till I had finished. Later I was to write to Russell as in those days you still wrote letters and he told me the Scientologists had reported him for a murder! I know a lot of ex Scientologists do not always find this book as good as those written by ex Scientologists but nearly 30 years ago this book was explosive. This was before the age of the Internet and the SO could basically kill off any attempt to publish anything. They tried but this book will be a classic and along with Paulette Cooper’s book, “The Scandal of Scientology” and deserves a place in any library.
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New York Post By Tony Ortega
March 29, 2014
To Scientologists, founder L. Ron Hubbard is a larger-than-life figure — a war hero, philosopher and humanitarian.
But the real man was a dissembling, emotional wreck who made up most of his legendary exploits out of whole cloth, writes British journalist Russell Miller. Continue reading
Same Jamie DeWolf was at Offlines Conference in June 2012