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Lawsuit alleges Wyoming employer Teton Therapy required worker to study Scientology

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  1. Lawsuit alleges Wyoming employer Teton Therapy required worker to study Scientology.

    Casper Star-Tribune: Lawsuit alleges Wyoming employer required worker to study Scientology

    https://trib.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/lawsuit-alleges-wyoming-employer-required-worker-to-study-scientology/article_9aed59eb-042d-5a2b-b4cb-d82fdf8f96fb.html

    Shane Sanderson 307-266-0624, shane.sanderson@trib.com

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    A physical therapist made his employee take Scientology courses as a condition of her employment, she alleges in a federal civil rights lawsuit filed this week.

    Julie A. Rohrbacher filed suit Monday against Teton Therapy, a set of physical and occupational therapy offices that operate in four Wyoming locations, including Lander, where she worked. In court filings, Rohrbacher claims Jeff McMenamy, the company’s owner, declined to promote her and then forced her to resign in 2013 from her job after she refused to enroll in courses put on by the Church of Scientology.

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    Jeff McMenamy completed the Scientology Purification Procedure Course at the very least. I believe that does not reflect completing the Purif itself, but instead is a course for someone who is going to be involved in delivering the Purif.

    http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/j/jeff-mcmenamy.html

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  2. I see a number of local newspapers in Wyoming are now running this story by Shane Sanderson of the Casper Star-Tribune via the Wyoming News Exchange.

    Lawsuit alleges employee was forced to study Scientology

    https://www.gillettenewsrecord.com/news/wyoming/article_62fe2e7d-543a-53b9-b614-c4b14ee7f8be.html

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    CASPER — A physical therapist made his employee take Scientology courses as a condition of her employment, she alleges in a federal civil rights lawsuit filed this week.

    Julie A. Rohrbacher filed suit Monday against Teton Therapy, a set of physical and occupational therapy offices that operate in four Wyoming locations, including Lander, where she worked. In court filings, Rohrbacher claims Jeff McMenamy, the company’s owner, declined to promote her and then forced her to resign in 2013 from her job after she refused to enroll in courses put on by the Church of Scientology.

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  5. Woman Claims in Lawsuit That Former Boss Forced Her to Adopt Scientology

    Friendly Atheist: Woman Claims in Lawsuit That Former Boss Forced Her to Adopt Scientology

    https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2018/12/24/woman-claims-in-lawsuit-that-former-boss-forced-her-to-adopt-scientology/

    BY HEMANT MEHTA

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    The lawsuit lists in detail what McMenamy wanted her to do. For example, a salary raise required her to take the “Code Course,” which was written by L. Ron Hubbard and promoted Scientology. She didn’t complete the course and voiced her complaints about the attempted religious indoctrination. When she later applied for a managerial position, that Code Course incident was held against her and she was also told to complete a week-long “Scientology-based management course”… at a location in Clearwater, Florida which also happens to be where the Church of Scientology has its Flag Land Base. Rohrbacher was also told to “consult with a Scientology life-coach.”

    She didn’t do those things. She didn’t get the job. That’s when she was told to quit and take a two week severance package or be fired.

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