From: eastin@locus.com (Dick Eastin)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Frequently Asked Questions - 2
Message-ID: <1991Sep10.194256.775045@locus.com>
Date: 10 Sep 91 19:42:56 GMT
References: <1991Sep08.210452.2484437@locus.com> <1991Sep10.042109.225492@cs.cmu.edu>
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In article <1991Sep10.042109.225492@cs.cmu.edu> lindsay+@cs.cmu.edu (Donald Lindsay) writes: >The FAQ which was just posted is a blatant advertisement, which >doesn't address the less positive aspects of the church. To add balance: > >"The worst setback scientology received was the result of the Board >of Inquiry set up in the state of Victoria, Australia, in 1963. The ... > >More could be said, but there: you're warned. >Don D.C.Lindsay Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute

The warning is: carefully evaluate what you see, hear, and read, from as good a source as possible. The use of quarter century old data, which has long since been reversed could be an example to which this warning should be applied. Look for the complete truth.


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