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VIDEO: Review of Chapter 13, by James T. Richardson, entitled "Scientology in Court: A Look at Some Major Cases from Various Nations," of the book Scientology edited by James R. Lewis.

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Published on Dec 8, 2016

In this video series, I'm taking on Scientology academic apologists by deconstructing the book Scientology by James R. Lewis, chapter by chapter. In this video, I look at Chapter 14, written by James T. Richardson and titled "Scientology in Court: A Look at Some Major Cases from Various Nations."
 

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VIDEO: Review of Chapter 13, by James T. Richardson, entitled "Scientology in Court: A Look at Some Major Cases from Various Nations," of the book Scientology edited by James R. Lewis.

[video=youtube;RVoSl_zcm50]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVoSl_zcm50[/video]

Published on Dec 8, 2016

In this video series, I'm taking on Scientology academic apologists by deconstructing the book Scientology by James R. Lewis, chapter by chapter. In this video, I look at Chapter 14, written by James T. Richardson and titled "Scientology in Court: A Look at Some Major Cases from Various Nations."

Not sure James Lewis is the apologist you make him out to be.
Here he gives a talk at Dror independent centre and opens by
saying words to the effect that the FZ Independent area is
growing and the Church is shrinking. I made the same point in
my talk and paper published by Inform.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIAf6Fa4myY

At the conference when I gave my talk I was introduced to
Gordon Melton and I asked him if he'd read Denise Brennan's
account of "Religious Cloaking " by the Church of scientology.
He hadn't. I sent him a copy, still waiting for an acknowledgement.

I'd have thought this required reading for someone writing
about Scn.
 
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