Dublin councillor appears in Scientology videos but tells people not to get involved in ‘cult’

“I would tell anyone not to get involved. It’s a cult to me. It’s always going to be a cult and I’d never get involved in it,”

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Scientology: Jenny Claffey interviews Pete Griffiths about his nightmare in this toxic organisation.

‘I AM TO SHINE A LIGHT ON THE DARK ’
PETER GRIFFITHS WAS A SCIENTOLOGY MEMBER FOR 14 YEARS. HE TELLS JENNY CLAFFEY ABOUT THE HEARTACHE, DEBT AND COURT CASES THAT ENSUED, AND WARNS PEOPLE OF THE ORGANISATION’S FOOTHOLD HERE

MARCH 20 2022

Scientology is a word that comes with baggage. Be it their A-list celebrity membership, courtroom dramas, or accusations by ex-members, one thing is certain; the self-proclaimed “fastest-growing religion on earth” is no stranger to bad press.

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A VILLAGE IN FEAR OF SCIENTOLOGY

Narconon, a drug rehabilitation centre run by a controversial church, has been given the go-ahead to open in Ballivor, where locals are worried what it might mean for them

Speak­ing out: Loc­als Alan Bris­lin and Claire O’Mara out­side the new Nar­conon facil­ity
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Scientologists get go-ahead for drug treatment centre

Narconon Trust, a branch of the ‘Church of Selentology, last week got the go-ahead to pen drug rehab centre in the small Meath village of Ballivor The Court of Appeal upheld a decision of the High Court that An Bord Pleandla was incorrect in decding the centre requires planning permission.

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lrish operation owes €1m after Covid hit turnover

MAEVE SHEEHAN

The Church of Scientology’s main Irish operation continues to repay loans of more than €1m to affiliate organizations overseas.

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Meath Scientology drug rehab centre set to open early next year following court ruling

The controversial facility has had its planning permission upheld by the Court of Appeal, overturning An Bord Pleanála’s 2018 decision

Narconon Trust bought the building, which had existing planning permission for a nursing home in 2016, after it had confirmed with Meath County Council’s planners that it did not require “change of use” planning to develop a drug addiction treatment centre there instead
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