Who said churches were safe?

In rather sad news comes these two reports:

Gunman shoots three in church

A gunman opened fire during a church service in New Jersey on Sunday, wounding three people, one of them critically, authorities said.

A law enforcement official said the shooting may be the result of domestic violence.

Swordsman shot dead at Scientology building

A security guard has shot and killed a man wielding a sword on the grounds of a Scientology building in Hollywood.

Well that’s three posts today, that should catch me up for the weekend I spent offline entertaining guests instead of the internets.

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5 Comments

Filed under church, Church of Scientology (CoS)

5 responses to “Who said churches were safe?

  1. Brutal! God probably told them to do it……
    Very sad and scary!

  2. novparl

    Who, apart from themselves, accepts Scientology as a church?

    When postmen go postal, who tells them to do it? The Post God?

  3. AV

    Who, apart from themselves, accepts Scientology as a church?

    Whichever judicial or legislative authority which has seen fit to grant it tax-exempt status, sadly.

  4. novparl

    Curious. I didn’t know Oz, Nz, and some others (Kirgizstan…)had actually recognized it.

    Blighty, as usual, is muddled. It’s recognized by the Navy. It’s not recognized as a religion by the prisons, but treated as such. It’s not a religious charity, but zero-rated for VAT. So no VAT on Engram-removal.

    Injuns crush Poms again. LOL. (If you’re Ozzi)

  5. Clearly not true Christians or true Scientologists.

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