Friday, 14 May 2010

Friday link: The girl who cries blood and 1000 ex-scientologists

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Our friend Sanal Edamaruku (right), head of the brilliant Indian Rationalist Association, has a piece over on the Guardian site about his latest bit of live TV debunking - the supposed miracle of a girl who cries blood (in 2008 he wrote about how he challenged a guru to kill him on live TV for us).

And here is a great thing: a growing wikipedia list of more than 1000 ex-scientologists who are all now fierce critics of the "Church", with links to their many court cases, complaints and testimony. As we predicted a few months back, the anti-Scientology storm is gathering and not before time.


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Reinis I. said...

It's not a wikipedia list, it's a wiki list.