Scientology Disrupts Relief Efforts In Aftermath Of Fires


Scientology's doublecross

Scientology Disrupts Relief Efforts In Aftermath Of Fires

The local San Diego TV station KUSI has been reporting extensively on the wildfires, and they had one of the reporters broadcasting from Gillespie Field in El Cajon, a San Diego suburb, where apparently there is a location for people to go to donate materials for firefighters (things like socks, T-shirts, toothpaste, eye drops, etc.) for the firefighters who are on duty and need to stay on the scene. They were saying the traffic was really heavy because a lot of people were bringing donations.

The reporter was saying that there was a disagreement between the California Department of Forestry (CDF) and "volunteers from the Church of Scientology". The CDF is saying they still need donations but the Scienos were claiming they DON'T need any more donations!

The reporter said the CDF asked to please announce that they do indeed need more donations.

They just did an update now with the same reporter who was on a few minutes earlier. He was interviewing an official who said that they do indeed still need supplies for the firefighters, but that people should now drop off donations at the Masonic Lodge in El Cajon, then firefighters can stop there and get the donations and that this should help relieve the traffic crunch.


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