Discussion in 'Narconon' started by Anonymous, Oct 16, 2011.
It sickens me that Megan Shields has not been held accountable for what she did to Scott Campbell. What's to stop her from doing the same to others? She belongs in jail.
Text message posted on Tony Ortega's blog between Mike Rinder and David Miscavige on how Megan Shields and other Scientology celebrities tore BBC reporter John Sweeney some new assholes:
To: Mike Rinder, Tommy Davis
Mar 21, 2007
We are in LA now, are there any areas we should avoid? And is this guy’s body now many new (torn worn to wall) assholes?
From: Mike Rinder
Mar 21, 2007
Dear Sir. They are staying in best western hotel on sunset at sunset plaza. They definitely have many new assholes and more to come tmro as just finished today and goiing to do juliette [Lewis], cchr, david root tmro. Kirstie [Alley], anne [Archer], leah [Remini], bobby wiggins, bob adams, michael duff, megan shields all went after him today. He was repeatedly exposed as a bigot and tabloid bottomfeeder. Anne and kirstie in particular went for the jugular on his b ias. He was demolished on NN [Narconon] and didnt know how to handle the facts when confronted with them as had been relying on assertion that heroin doesnt lodge in fatty tissues. We are right now briefing CCHR ppl for tmro. They headed west on sunset from their hotel. ML, Mike
Megan Shields, the physician Scientology used to vouch for its drug rehabs, dies of cancer
By Tony Ortega, June 25, 2016
We learned last night that Dr. Megan Shields, a Glendale physician and OT 8 Scientologist who had been doctor to many Church of Scientology members in the Los Angeles area, died last week after a lengthy battle with cancer. She was 68.
Scientologists who revered her have been posting remembrances of her on Facebook, about how she had a unique way to treat them and save them from seeing more conventional doctors.
She’ll also be remembered for being the medical authority that backed up Scientology’s Narconon drug rehab network as its “research director.”
Besides backing up the Narconon detoxification process, Shields could also be counted on when the church needed a doctor’s note in a lawsuit.
Shields was married to George Duggan, and they were listed as donors in various Scientology projects, including the Super Power Building. We haven’t seen any evidence that George Duggan is related to Bob Duggan, Scientology’s most wealthy donor.
Shields dealt with some tragedy in her life: Her daughter Louisa committed suicide by hanging in 2004.
We’re interested in hearing your stories about Dr. Shields, since so many Scientologists were treated by her. We imagine that some of the ex-church members who read and comment here interacted with her.
According to the family, a private service for Shields was held last weekend, and a public one will take place on July 24.
Here's the full article, with open comments:
Was no one on hand to give a touch assist or three, it could have saved her you know.
Looks like her OT powerz failed her and she lost everything.
If only she had taken Hubbard's advice and smoked more cigarettes.
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