Anderson Cooper Tackles Scientology

by | March 27, 2010 at 10:57 AM | Cable News, TV News

CNN's Anderson Cooper (Getty Images)

CNN's Anderson Cooper (Getty Images)

Anderson Cooper is launching a weeklong series about Scientology Monday, covering many of the allegations against the controversial religion already reported by RadarOnline.com.

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Anderson Cooper 360,’ the CNN anchor’s nightly news show, is looking at Scientology’s “history of violence,” especially allegations that leader – and Tom Cruise best friend – David Miscavige has personally physically abused his followers.

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Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis, son of actress Anne Archer, is interviewed by Cooper and claims that while there has been violence committed against members in the elite Sea Organization, the guilty offenders are those very people now making allegations against Miscavige.

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Scientology is increasingly coming under attack by top-ranking members who’ve left the organization. Interestingly, none of the top Hollywood stars who support Scientology, including Cruise, John Travolta, Jenna Elfman and Kirstie Alley, have commented.

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