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Scientologist Web site rips off urban75.com

It's always good to absorb a bit of praise on a Friday. Take it away Fredric L. Rice:

It was a wonderful job you guys did on that breaking news about the notorious Narconon organization's theft of Urban75's web site. The news is expected to break here in the United States some time within the next two days. The behavior of the Scientology organization is "uncivilized," to say the least, but that's hardly news to anyone who's paid attention to the Scientology organization's activities over the years.

In the event your readers are interested, Scientology is falling all over themselves trying to hide the fact by quickly reworking the web pages they "borrowed" but really it's too late for that since Urban75 has archived the theft and people all over the Internet pulled screen snap-shots of the Scientology organization's Narconon web site which show the stolen web pages.

The irony is compelling: Scientology has sued countless individuals and organizations putatively for "copyright violation" and the organization claims loudly that they're at the "forefront of protecting proprietary information on the Internet." It seems that the people who have been stating that Scientology uses copyright claims solely to silence critics are once again evidenced completely accurate.

Incidentally, detailed information on the Scientology organization's Narconon fake front can be reviewed at crackpots which contains numerous newspaper articles and medical findings in addition to background information and personal horror stories.

Good job, guys! Well done!

Lovely. We're passing round the cigars and brandy right now.

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