Narconon: Warning given on Scientology Organization


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Warning given on Scientology ® Organization

Hamburg, Germany
August 7, 1999
Hamburger Abendblatt

The Work Group on Scientology of the Hamburg Interior agency gave warning on the Scientology Organizations's "Commission for Violations of Psychiatry against Human Rights" (KVPM).

The group, with its main office in Munich, addresses grievances and human rights violations in psychiatry. On Saturday the Commission has called for a demonstration (11 a.m.) from Hachmannplatz to the CCH [Hamburg Convention Center]. The occasion is the 11th World Psychiatric Congress.

"The KVPM wants to make its way into the CCH and demand that the congress participants sign a resolution," said Ursula Caberta of the WG Scientology. She presumed that anybody who does not sign will be photographed and presented by Scientology in a negative light. "Guests of our city will be publicly ridiculed," said Ursula Caberta.

Therefore Hamburg's Scientology opponents will be on station during the demonstration with information booths on the Moorweide and will talk about the activities of the organization.

Among them will be two high-ranking former members from the USA. Husband and wife Hana and Jerry Whitfield have travelled from Florida for the occasion. The 58 year old woman was in Scientology for 20 years. She even worked closely together with L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the movement. "Many are not able to understand what pulls people into this kind of organization," she said. Her explanation: it is like falling in love and then from love comes blindness to reality. That is how she accounts for years of headache, deep depression and suicidal tendencies.

Her husband Jerry Whitfield, who says he was "number 2 man" in the USA in the "Narconon" ® drug program, worked for less than five dollars a week for Scientology and hoped "for answers" which he never was to receive.

Today both say, "We believed in L. Ron Hubbard, but when we left Scientology, we got our understanding back."



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