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In addition, Scientology has a media hub and broadcast center that is set to open in the heart of Los Angeles later this year.
What brings this to mind is Alex Gibney's fine new HBO documentary about Scientology, 'Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief', which is based on the book Going Clear by Lawrence Wright.
Gibney also interviewed several former Scientology believers, including past executives.
The building was bought by Richard Pickles, who is described as a Church of Scientology 'parishioner', for PS1.
The newspaper also found links between Scientology doctrine and the Narconon curriculum.
They said the Church of Scientology held religious services, therefore its church was a "place of meeting for religious worship".
If the Church of Scientology is to be found guilty again in the future it risks to be dissolved outright," said MP Georges Fenech, the president of the parliamentary study group on Cults.
If he were to join, all the world would be Scientology.
Most readers will come to Going Clear, Lawrence Wright's much-anticipated expose of Scientology, in search of two things: perfidy and celebrity.
Upon learning of this, Clayton Ruby, a lawyer for Scientology, wrote letters to the Ontario government and to Hill stating that what had happened was "disgraceful and shocking" and that it had made a "mockery of the courts.
Miscavige Hill claimed that the church cut off all contact with her parents, who had left Scientology in 2000, when she was 16-years-old.
Former Scientologist Marc Headley obtained a copy of the screenplay and told The Daily Beast website: "I can tell you even if Scientology comes out with a statement that this movie is not about L Ron Hubbard or Scientology, this is the biggest fictional middle finger ever flown their way.