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- Scientology, Secular Courts, and Disconnection/Fair Game Policies. 2. Suppressive Persons and Fair Game
A suppressive person is a non-Scientologist who tries to destroy Scientology. The short-lived fair game policy meant that action against them were not punished by Scientology’s ecclesiastical courts.
- La gran caza de brujas contra la Iglesia de la Unificación en Japón. 1. Dar falsos testimonios
Las "víctimas" cuentan sus historias a los políticos y a los medios de comunicación. Pero sus familiares afirman (y demuestran) que no son ciertas.
- Russian Doukhobors in Canada. 2. The Sons of Freedom’s Protest and Violence
Arson and nudity made this branch of the movement notorious in Canada. But they had their reasons to protest.
- Scientology, Secular Courts, and Disconnection/Fair Game Policies. 4. Disconnection: An Evolving Policy
Disconnection was cancelled by Hubbard in 1968, but reintroduced in 1983 as an expression of the “freedom to decide with whom one wants to communicate.”