Scientology Video removed from YouTube

Scientology Video removed from YouTube

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So apparently someone snuck a handycam into a Scientology orientation and recorded part of a recruitement video. They then posted it to YouTube, where it lived happily for a few days until L. Ron’s minions sent a Cease and Decist.

I happened to have both the detail page and the popup video player windows open at home for several days before the video was removed, so I managed to watch the video a few times from cache. Seriously insane stuff. These people couldn’t be any less ridiculous.

Check out a screen shot of the video and my favorite quotes from it.

4 Replies to “Scientology Video removed from YouTube”

  1. The internet is a BIG place. I think I might just know the people who could find this lost horror movie and return it to the public eye for all the scrutiny it truly deserves. I’ll get back here with it, time willing.

  2. Ok, I have one movie, almost 700mb, called "The Profit". I, if the links are still active, have orientation videos and interviews and such, but the one you’re describing sounds unique. I’ll probably still find someone with it though.

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