The Reason Behind the Senseless Killings in Aurora

Citizens Commission on Human Rights shed light on what lies behind the tragedy in Aurora.   This article  provides the key to understanding how it happened and what we can do to prevent such tragedies in he future.   The Aurora Colorado Tragedy—Another Senseless Shooting, Another Psychotropic Drug? July 20, 2012 CCHR International We are horrified, saddened and shocked over the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting  that has left 12 dead and dozens more wounded … [Read more...]

Making Sense of the Aurora Masacre

I passed a billboard promoting "The The Dark Knight Rises" and like  millions of others today I thought of the families of the victims of the  Friday Aurora massacre. While media are proposing various ideas to prevent future incidents, the most obvious answer to what drove graduate student James Eagan Holmes to commit this atrocity is stated on the website of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) website and the following video interview of Michael Moore who won the Academy … [Read more...]

New Church of Scientology building pops up in LoDo

New Church of Scientology Denver, NBC News Denver

KUSA Denver's Erica Cobb covers the opening of the newest Church of Scientology in Denver, Colorado, just blocks from Coors Field. DENVER - The newest Church of Scientology now calls Denver home. Located at the corner of 24th and Blake streets, the 44,000-square-foot church is one block away from Coors Field. While the church is brand new, the building itself is not. The structure, built in 1916, is the former American Radiator Company building. The new owners decided to preserve many of … [Read more...]

New Ideal Church of Scientology for the Mile-High City

Scientologists, neighbors, and state and city dignitaries assembled in Lower Downtown for the grand opening of the Denver Church of Scientology Ideal Org.

| DENVER, COLORADO • JUNE 16, 2012 | On Saturday, June 16, more than a thousand Scientologists, guests, and state and city dignitaries assembled in Lower Downtown Denver to dedicate a new Church of Scientology. The Church stands one block from Coors Field in the heart of the Ballpark Neighborhood Historic District. The building, originally constructed in 1916 for the American Radiator Company, is a renowned example of Denver’s urban revitalization. The Church meticulously … [Read more...]


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