This is Taylor Tweed’s mother and brother speaking out about how they feel about Taylor’s suicide being featured on A&E’s Scientology and the Aftermath. I think A&E should interview Cathy Tweed – and give her time on their network after what has been done to her.
Cathy Tweed speaks. And she deserves to be heard.
There are always at least two sides to every story – usually many more. Hear Cathy Tweed’s version of events. There is a lot of information that neither Tony Ortega, nor Rachel Bernstein, nor Leah Remini, nor Mike Rinder have given you.
Alanzo has been writing about Scientology, Cults & AntiCults, for 36 years.
He was a member of Scientology for 16yrs, 'escaped' to become a critic, was fairgamed, then came to realize the tribalism of the anticult movement was almost as bad as being in a cult.
Out of all the lessons Alanzo learned by escaping Scientology, and then Anti-Scientology, was one he learned harder than any other: Never let your tribe do your thinking for you.
Alanzo thinks & writes critically on the war between Scientology, Anti-Scientology, Cults & Anti-Cults.
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Shocking that a representative of the federal government would try to discredit people who disagree with her using the idea that Lee Harvey Oswald killed the President of the United States all by himself.
"Now that I’ve read a lot about when you argue with people who have these sorts of mindsets, there is no point right? It’s like talking to people who believe 911 was an inside job or believe conspiracy theories about JFK’s assassination." @Moira_Penza