zimbabwestar.com ~ Some of Hubbard's Scientology books have been found by a Russian court to be extremist. Prosecutors in Russia had urged the court to ban the Hubbard material, saying it contained calls to commit crimes motivated by religious hatred; in particular against critics of Scientology.
So, who are some of these critics, you ask. Why, people who used to belong to this group , some for many years and from many levels within the organization.
From a pre-press release additional comment posted on WWP: "This list includes Oscar winning director and screen writer Paul Haggis, actors Christopher Reeve and Jason Beghe, author William S. Burroughs, Ron (Hubbard) DeWolfe (L. Ron Hubbard's son who changed his last name), Jenna Miscavige Hill (niece of current leader of Scientology, David Miscavige), and a whole host of L. Ron Hubbard confidants including his second wife, one of his girlfriends, his personal auditor, his biographer, and his personal physician."
To get a sneek-peek at the workings of Chanology (an off-shoot of the group Anonymous) massaging the wording of their List of 1000+ Former Church of Scientology Members Speak Out Against The Church announcement, click here. Or maybe even go here, and join the conversation.
As a side note, seems Chanology is on the fence about the above Russian ban. In a separate discussion you can follow their debate on the pros and cons.