Source: smh.com.au/national/scientology-critic-adds-volume-to-inquiry-call NICK O'MALLEY INVESTIGATIONS January 23, 2010 A LEADING critic of Scientology is to travel to Australia to support Senator Nick Xenophon's campaign for an inquiry into the tax-exempt status of the church. Gerry Armstrong was an ardent believer in the church and its founder, the science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, until he began researching an authorised biography of his hero in 1980. [Full story...] Also … [Read more...] about The Sydney Morning Herald: Scientology critic adds volume to inquiry call
Senator Nick Xenophon 212 Grenfell Street Adelaide, SA, 5000 Australia Via E-mail: Senator.Xenophon@aph.gov.au Dear Senator Xenophon: I’m writing you because someone has offered to fly me to Australia to contribute to the effort to bring about an inquiry into Scientology. I would like to communicate with you, or someone from your office, or someone else you suggest, to establish if and how I can be helpful, and to work out a schedule. … [Read more...] about Offer to come to Australia to support call for Scientology inquiry
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