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How does Scientology view deprogramers and groups that attempt to force people to denounce their chosen religion?

These so-called “deprogramers,” better described as psychiatric depersonalizers, are money-motivated individuals who kidnap others for profit. Their methods include brainwashing, imprisonment, food and sleep deprivation and various forms of torture. Such activities are clearly against the principles held by Scientologists — and have been proven to be against the law as well.

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