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Scientology:Enough is Enough

2015-03-26 Source:examiner.com

  Friday February 6th 2015 from 6:30 p.m. and Saturday February 7th 2015 from 12 noon, anti-scientology conference “scientology: Enough is Enough” is taking place is Dublin, IrelandSome of the special guests at the conference include: John Sweeney (author of Church of Fear)Russell Miller (author of Bare-faced Messiah)Jon Atack (author of A Piece of Blue Sky) 

  Ex-members of the Cult of Scientology speak out against its fraud and abuse at a Dublin conference. The mother of Kyle Brennon who died (or was murdered) under suspicious circumstances at Flag discussing the (lack of investigation) and the lies told by the Org and various members involved. 

  The mother of Kyle Brennon ――Victoria Britton states: “Kyle was declared dead from a gunshot wound just past midnight on February 17, 2007, in the Clearwater, Florida, apartment of his Scientologist father, Tom Brennan. Scientology-owned buildings dominate the Clearwater cityscape, and Brennan’s Cleveland Street apartment was located within spitting distance of Scientology central. It sat across the street from the Coachman Building—a Scientology training center—and just one block from the Fort Harrison Hotel, the religion’s worldwide headquarters.That fateful night the EMTs discovered Kyle’s lifeless body in what Tom Brennan claimed was his bedroom, not Kyle’s. Alongside Kyle’s body was a Taurus .357 Magnum revolver. He’d been shot in the head. And that head—my twenty-year-old son’s handsome head; now shattered—they found callously stuffed inside a laundry basket.”Victoria Britton’s story, indeed does stir emotions from around the globe

  Spike Robinson, another ex-cult member, designs a list of names for the Dublin event. A long list of about 579 names of those who died that she gathered from ex-Scientologists and this website here. Robinson has her own website, stating: “I am an avid Scientology watcher and do what I can here on this blog and in my own life to educate others about the evils of all destructive religious groups, but especially the COS. The long and short of it all is that L. Ron intended Scientology to be an instrument of spiritual destruction and degradation. There were no good intentions behind anything written into the organization.” 

  Also, a former SO member discussing the movie that was made of her book about her escape after 5 years. 

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