The Jett Travolta situation is NOT a 'test' of Scientology Tech There seems to be an unspoken assumption that the validity of Scientology 'tech' rests on the outcome of Jett Travolta's autopsy. This is a mistaken assumption. It is established FACT that Scientology Tech is pseudoscience, that it fails to address a variety of medical ailments, and that it has led to many deaths under remarkably similar circumstances to Jett's death. If his is not an example of the failure of Scientology Tech, that does not refute the fact that Scientology Tech *DOES NOT WORK*. We can prove that Scientology denies the existence of chronic diseases like autism. While it's true that they deny the existence of autism and would refuse to treat it with any 'psych drugs' (in truth, Autism is not usually treated with drugs, but with behavioral therapy - though drugs are used to treat seizures, which frequently occur in autistic children and adults), Scientology does acknowledge the existence of the disorder in one respect: if you have an autistic child, they will use that as means to recruit you (by promising that they can 'cure' your child). The 'cures' they promise *DO NOT WORK*. The 'treatment' of Autism (with the promise of curing it) is IDENTICAL TO Scientology's treatment of cancer. They believe both diseases are the result of 'overts' and 'withholds' ('sins', to use the traditional Judeo-Christian language). They believe the diseases can be treated and cured by using the 'Purif Rundown' and through auditing (which elimiantes the 'overts' and 'withholds' that cause the disorder). It is no surprise, given this (and the discovery of blue asbestos on the Scientology cruise ship 'The Freewinds') that many Scientologists and their children die every year as a result of untreated autism, cancer, or other diseases. It's not that Scientology explicitly states, for example, that chemo is part of the percieved 'conspiracy by psychiatry' (to which they also attribute the Holocaust), however they are taught that auditing and the purif rundown *WILL* cure their cancer, and so many neglect to treat it medically. Unfortunately, such persons die because the purif rundown *DOES NOT WORK*. We can provide proof of everything stated above - and any journalists reading this who would find such evidence useful for a story are encouraged to register and post here asking for a citeable source. We know that the purif rundown involves dangerous doses of vitamins (in association with exercise, diet, and extensive time in a sauna), and that the vitamin overdoses are consistent with some of the symptoms Jett Travolta has shown (symptoms of Kawasaki disorder, liver damage, and so on). We also know that the purif rundown has NEVER been demonstrated scientifically to relieve any symptoms of autism or cancer (or radiation poisoning, or any other malady). It *DOES NOT WORK*. I hope the journalists lurking here understand the point I'm making here; a finding that Jett Travolta's death was unavoidable and not contributed to by Scientology's bogus claims does not change the fact that Scientology's claims are bogus. If it turns out that his death was contributed to by his parents' beliefs, it is simply one more example of what has long been known. The current tragedy is an opportunity for Anonymous (and the critic movement at large) to disseminate these facts. If we view it as a battle, as though we have to prove that Jett's death is a consequence of that facts outlined in this post, we allow for the possibility of failure. We do not need to prove that Jett died as a consequence of misplaced faith in Scientology. We need merely provide proof that faith in Scientology, particularly the way it regards medical disorders, is misplaced; and we need to allow the press to present those facts while speculating on whether that misplaced faith is responsible.