Barbara Graham to Scientology's Susan Taylor: Scientology not pure


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Barbara Graham to Scientology's Susan Taylor: Scientology not pure

In her letter Feb. 5 , the Rev. Susan Taylor, president of the Church of Scientology, claims that her church has turned over a new leaf. The Rev. Taylor is being disingenuous when she claims the Internal Revenue Service granted Scientology religious recognition. That is not a function of the IRS. In fact, the organization acquired tax-exempt status by coercion.

Since 2000, Scientology has worked to discredit people who protest its attacks on apostates and critics. The Scientology organization actively suborned perjury to destroy the career of attorney Graham Berry. The group also wielded its influence in a court case involving critic Keith Henson, now a fugitive in Canada.

Last year, the San Diego Criminal Intelligence Unit visited me prior to my address to the county Board of Supervisors in opposition to a Narconon facility planned in San Diego. An anonymous caller accused me of planning to bomb a "church" of Scientology!

Narconon is one of the "social programs" mentioned by the Rev. Taylor. Narconon is a recruitment tool for the Church of Scientology, supposedly dedicated to dealing with social problems. It provides opportunities for Scientology to promote itself as promoting secular programs, "based upon the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard."

Hubbard's teachings, as well as his life, have been debunked by legitimate scholars.

I wish to set the record straight here. People can easily research any of the names or topics I've mentioned. There is plenty of evidence online that clearly reveals that Scientology hasn't changed since the 1970s. Look for yourselves. San Diego, Calif.


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