Razor magazine, a "men's lifestyle magazine" that lies somewhere between Maxim and Esquire, has just released their December/January double issue with a cover story called "The Curse of Scientology" (in blood red letters!!) It's 4000 words about the Lisa McPherson case and the hideous Scientology release forms that resulted from it. Also mentioned are Ken Dandar, Jeff Jacobsen, Scott Pilutik (of SlatkinFraud and ScientologyWatch.org fame) and Ida Camburn. The article includes the URL for LisaClause.org. Check out the promo page here:
A Church's Lethal Contract By Dr. David S. Touretzky and Peter Alexander
Imagine a church so dangerous, you must sign a release form before you can receive its "spiritual assistance." This assistance might involve holding you against your will for an indefinite period, isolating you from friends and family, and denying you access to appropriate medical care. You will of course be billed for this treatment -- assuming you survive it. If not, the release form absolves your caretakers of all responsibility for your suffering and death. Welcome to the Church of Scientology.
In September 2003, one of these Scientology release forms surfaced on the Internet. The form, which describes itself as a "contract," states that the signer opposes psychiatric treatment for anyone, particularly him or herself. Should some mental illness befall them, they authorize the Church of Scientology to "extricate" them from the clutches of psychiatrists who might seek to treat them. In lieu of psychiatric care, the contract says they agree to be placed on the "Introspection Rundown," a Scientology therapy invented by the Church's late founder, L. Ron Hubbard.
Buy the magazine to read the rest of the article. It goes on sale on newsstands today, November 18: exactly eight years from the day Lisa McPherson was removed from Morton Plant hospital and incarcerated at FLAG.
-- Dave Touretzky: "Ask Tom Cruise about Xenu!"
--- Yes, George W. Bush is an unelected baby killing fascist dictator.
Also: Scientology's International President (Audio files of this nutter available at http://www.linkline.com/personal/frice ) Your odd claim is technically known as "A crock o' shit." - Shydavid