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Scientology / A History of Violence (Part IX) #962325

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 01, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The allegations of violence in the Church of Scientology by former members & counter charges by current members noted; photos shown. [Former Scientologist Jeff HAWKINS†- comments on being attacked by church leader David Miscavige; explains why he never considered calling the police; states it was hard to leave the church because he knew no one outside of Scientology; explains what happens if a member has left the church.] [Scientology Sea Organization member ex-wife of Hawkins Catherine FRASER†- calls it a "total lie."] [Ex-wife Catherine BERNARDINI - denies there is a policy of disconnecting.] [Scientology Sea Organization member ex-wife of Hawkins Catherine FRASER†- calls it a "total lie."] [Former Scientologist Amy SCOBEE - comments on being disconnected from her mother.] [Attorney Monique YINGLING†, church spokesman Tommy DAVIS†- defend the church; deny disconnection policies.] Letter from Paul Haggis to Davis about church policy quoted. [Former Scientologist Christy COLLBRAN†- explains the nature of the disconnection policies.]

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