There’s no way this is enforceable, right?
At the site linked to, it says Lisa McPherson’s case was “delayed until 2004.” What more recent developments have taken place?
What documentation exists regarding other cases of harm coming from an “Introspection Rundown?”
Assuming this site http://www.whyaretheydead.net/lisa_mcpherson/introspe.htm isn’t misrepresenting the introspection RD, then the info from both sites linked to in this post seems to be sufficient for a strong suspicion that Scientology does in fact engage in incarceration and directly psychologically harmful practices during that incarceration. If they weren’t doing it, why would they have documents like these explaining how to do it, and attempting to absolve themselves of legal responsibility for it? And it would be very hard to believe Lisa McPherson constituted an isolated case of a practice that had never actually been engaged in before.
It looks like Scientology is involved in alot of lawsuits, but I’m interested in the question of criminal conduct. Have criminal charges been brought against them?
(I’ve put this in GD because I just know it’s going to turn GD.)
(The following is an observation which is in really poor taste. It may very well offend you. It should offend you. It’s totally wrong. It’s bad. Don’t read it. But it’s kind of funny.
It strikes me that “Lisa McPherson and the Introspection Rundown” could make for a good band name.
I told you not to read it.