Scientology recently offered $12 million to FACTNet, an Internet library providing information on the dangers of mind control and cults, including information critical of Scientology. FACTNet’s directors turned down Scientology’s proposal, because it contained terms they considered unacceptable.

Among the long list of terms were closing FACTNet, turning over its databases to Scientology, terminating the current Scientology vs. FACTNet litigation (initiated by Scientology), and lifetime personal restrictions on the directors, such as never again criticising Scientology. FACTNet took the offer as a sign of continued success in providing much-needed information to the world about free thought, free speech, and the realm of mind control, cults, and Scientology.

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