Village Voice - The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology

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Gottabrain

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(2012's) The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology Nos 14-16

By Tony Ortega Sun., Aug. 26 2012 at 3:25 AM

Last summer, we put together a little list that took on a life of its own.

We counted down the 25 people and groups who had been doing the most to get word out to the wider world about the Church of Scientology's many alleged abuses, and who have contributed to its steep recent decline.

A year later, we thought it was time to update our list. This time, we've put a premium on what's happened in the last twelve months, so you might see some of your old favorites drop off the roster. But never fear -- you can always revisit our choices from last year, or the choices of our readers.

So let's see who's next on the list!

The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology -- 2012 Edition



http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/08/scientology_top_25_tory_christman_dave_touretzky.php

See above link for more.
 
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Gottabrain

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Re: Village Voice - The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology 2012 (cointinued)

It continues:

A lot of other noisy exes also had a big year. We're thinking of Denise Brennan, Chuck Beatty, Gary Morehead, Gerry Armstrong, Dan Garvin, Michael Fairman, Tiziano Lugli, Nancy Many, Margery Wakefield, Patty Moher, Jesse Prince, and especially Michelle Sterling, who put up with a lot of 'net nonsense this past year. Heck, even Jon Atack has resurfaced!

The new media interest in all things Scientology should give these folks even more chances to be heard, and in our opinion that's a very good thing."


Here are #25, #24 and #23:

http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/08/scientology_top_25_lisa_marie_presley_xenu.php
 
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Veda

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Looks like Tony Ortega reads ESMB regularly.

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That's good. :)
 

Dulloldfart

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Looks like Tony Ortega reads ESMB regularly.

There is no activity noted on his profile since the day he joined and posted two messages to request that his articles not be ripped off and reposted in full here.

I hope he does read ESMB regularly, though, although it's a lot of work unless you just have a few search terms you routinely check every now and then (with few or no hits).

Paul
 
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