THS Investigates Cults, Religion and Mind Control

by Dagney 10 Replies latest jw friends

  • Dagney

    I can't tell if this is a repeat or a new program.

    I recorded it yesterday and haven't been able to see it all. It plays again on "E!" on 9/30. Steve Hassan among others are featured in the program.

    If you get a chance to watch it, check out Bob Pardon, a Counselor at Meadow Haven. If you look just past his left shoulder (facing him), on the bookshelf, I swear there are two bound volumes sitting together among the other books.

    Added: While they are interviewing Karen Rudidoux, who let her child starve to death, just past her left shoulder, (facing her), is a whole shelf of WBTS publications.

  • dinah

    Thanks, Dagney, I'll try to watch this.

  • kool aid man06
    kool aid man06

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  • Awakened at Gilead
    Awakened at Gilead

    Yep I saw this too.. nice to see Steve Hassan and Rick Ross...

    And I agree, I could swear that I saw JW pubs behind Karen when they interviewed her... strange, huh?

  • MeneMene

    Thanks for the heads up Dagney. I've set the VCR to record it tonight.

  • lonelysheep

    Just posted about this in Flipper's thread. Apologies, I hadn't seen this one.

  • Dogpatch

    good post. I have worked in interventions with both Bob Pardon and numerous with Steven Hassan. Both are outstanding persons! I also met Rick Ross and had lunch with him once, nice guy.


  • JimmyPage

    Dogpatch were those JW interventions you worked with Hassan on? I saw this program and it was great!

  • gymbob

    Watched it last night too.....also thought they looked like bound volumes on the shelf!

  • leavingwt

    Watched it last night. Excellent program. The similarities between the groups featured in the program and the JWs are obvious. JW literature, including Bound Volumes and a volume of Studes in the Scriptures were on a bookshelf, were visible during the footage with Bob Pardon.

    Interestingly, the program doesn't mention two of the largest groups that come to mind: JWs and Scientology. Do you think they featured the groups that cannot afford a crack squad of vicous lawyers?

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