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  • Related stories and comments by others

    Related stories and comments by others

    These are related stories and comments by others. And links 1.Ten Years After Jonestown, the Battle Intensifies Over the Influence of ‘Alternative’ Religions November 17, 1988|BOB SIPCHEN | Times Staff Writer But the most interesting litigation of late involves either a former member who is suing the organization to which he or she belonged, or a current member [...]

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  • Synanon and the man who got the snakebite

    Synanon and the man who got the snakebite

    Point Reyes looks back on story that won it Pulitzer Prize

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  • Escape From Cielo Drive (A Tale of Three Charlies)

    Escape From Cielo Drive (A Tale of Three Charlies)

    The strange tale of Charlies Manson, Charles Watson and the suggested unknown forewarnings of an eventual murder attempt on my life through similar circumstance.

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  • Legislation and Law Changes

    Legislation and Law Changes

    Laws and legal decisions involving Morantz, some cults and/or brainwashed related

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  • ESCAPE FROM THE CENTER FOR FEELING THERAPY (The Cult of Cruelty)

    ESCAPE FROM THE CENTER FOR FEELING THERAPY (The Cult of Cruelty)

    This is the story of what the L.A. Times called “the longest, costliest, and most complex psychotherapy malpractice case in California history.

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  • CHARACTERISTICS OF TOTALISTIC MOVEMENTS (DESTRUCTIVECULTS)

    CHARACTERISTICS OF TOTALISTIC MOVEMENTS (DESTRUCTIVECULTS)

    A report setting out the common characteristics of malignant groups led by narcissistic/sociopath leaders and methods of mind control

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  • Escape from a Seaside Sect

    Escape from a Seaside Sect

    The case that bothered me the most....a small boy after losing his parents...

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  • Rains v. Center For Feeling Therapy

    Rains v. Center For Feeling Therapy

    Legal decision declaring psychotherapist liable for fraudulent "sluggo" therapy

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  • Ted Patrick — The First Cult Fighter

    Ted Patrick — The First Cult Fighter

    by Paul Morantz (C) Sept. 2010 Ted Patrick , a black man born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee, moved to San Diego at the age of 25 where he united workers at Convair against discrimination. He became involved in Democratic politics and during the Los Angeles Watts riots in 1965 he helped calm unrest amongst blacks in [...]

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  • The Devil and John Walker

    The Devil and John Walker

    John Walker Lindh is perhaps the most famous political prisoner of George W. Bush's War on Terror. This article explores brainwashing techniques to understand how John Walker Lindh was coerced into betraying his own country.

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