On Saturday, The New York Times weighed in with a long article focusing on a couple in Sea Organization -- a group of the religion's elite staff members -- who said they worked long hours for a pittance. Once they decided to leave they were forced to "sign false confessions about their personal lives and their work, pay the church thousands of dollars it said they owed for courses and counseling, and accept the consequences as their parents, siblings and friends who are church members cut off all communication with them," according to the Times....
Also, while that story was breaking on Sunday, Barbara Simpson, of Hot Talk, KSFO 560 AM, in San Fransisco, interviews Marc Headley, author of Blown For Good. In the 100 minute phone conversation, Headley answers many questions brought up by the NY Times article.
Part1: KSFO 560 AM Conversation with Marc Headley
Part2: KSFO 560 AM Conversation with Marc Headley
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