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David Singer Enterprise (Dr. David Singer), WISE 1997 list, $250,000 donation to the IAS), a "consultant" to recruit medical practitioners into scientology. It is not surprising that of 5 "success stories", at least 4 can be shown to be scientologists (Dr. Andrea Ruhland (WISE 1997 list), Dr. Mary Huss, Dr. Dale Cooper, Dr. Glenda Rose (WISE 1997 list)) MANAGING TO RECRUIT: RELIGIOUS CONVERSION IN THE WORK PLACE Officials for one practice management companies (PMC) , for example, acknowledge that about 20 percent of the chiropractors who sign up for management consulting also wind up in Scientology courses (Koff 1987). In fact, a number of WISE publications, including the 1989 Western United States Business Directory, refer to one of the PMCs as being Scientology's most effective recruiting organization (Ochart 1993b: 249, exhibit 5; Wilson 1993: 99, exhibit 2; WISE 1989).
Chiropractors that promote more than chiropractic Front Sight Firearms Training Institute (Dr. Ignatius Piazza, WISE 1997 list - as chiropractic, but the FAX is the same). Beware if Dr. Pizza applies the scientology code of honour: Never fear to hurt another for a just cause. Based in Aptos, CA Gillette Chiropractic (Bill Gillette / William L. Gillette, $40,000 donation to the IAS, WISE 1991 list) based in Whittier, CA Sterling Management, alias Emery Wilson Corp. (WISE 1997 list), a front which tries to lure dentists, chiropractors, podiatrists and veterinarians into Scientology, even holding them against their will, as shown by the experience of Dee Rowe and Glover Rowe. Founder is Greg Hughes, current (April 1999) Chairman of the Board and CEO is Kevin C. Wilson. They have lots of scieno-speak, but do not mention Hubbard or Scientology. The internic entry showed Scientologist Randy Baxter as administrative contact until 1998, who is represented often on this page. Their professional advice is possibly useless. Read a more recent account by a woman who lost $34,000 in 1996.
James M. Keppler (WISE 1997 list), a chiropractic also involved with the drug-free marshalls front Harry K. Wong ($40,000 donation to the IAS, WISE 1993 list), Chiropractic "Doctor". Harry Wong made a "revenge-picket" at the place of the girlfriend of "Don NOTs", who is the attorney of Keith Henson. Before getting "manipulated", read the NCAHF Position Paper on Chiropractic and An Inside View of a Chiropractic Office (this may or may not be Mr. Wong's office).
When his daughter Astara was just 16 she already was a "humanitarian" on her web page. Her most recommended web sites are of course Scientology, Scientology, and Scientology. Based in Redwood City, CA David Murdoch learned about Scientology at Palmer -- "A group of us were having dinner and he remarked that a lot of the chiropractic management firms got their management data directly from L. Ron Hubbard."
David Rozeboom -- This chiropractor supports the Citizen's Commission on Human Rights - a Hubbard front group.
Philosophic Self Chiro - A Scientology approach - John Reese Art Neumann - This guy didn't know whether to be a dentist, a chiropractor, or a businessman, so he became a Scientolgist.
The E-meter was invented by a chiropractor Chiropractors who don't like Scientology John M. Waksmundski, former employee of a local chiropractic firm filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the company, claiming he was forced to participate in training programs aimed at "indoctrinating" him in the tenets of the Church of Scientology.
SCMC - Society of Chiropractic Management Consultants - comments on Singer's board membership