Yellow Deli People

Source : San Diego reader 2013 January 3 2013 Dorian Hargrove  Not only are roads unneeded, there is no need for cars or personal possessions. All the Twelve Tribes require for the journey is a community that shares – love, friendship, earthly possessions – everything in exchange for peace and salvation. The Twelve Tribes is…

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CIFS conference 2011 Canberra Georges Fenech’s speech

source: Cult Information and Family Support, Australia To download pdf: Fenech-Australia-2011 CIFS Conference: Address: Georges FENECH CANBERRA, Parliament House CIFS (Translation from French) November 2 2011Conference Report and Video National Cult Information and Family Support (CIFS) Conference “Cults in Australia: Facing the Realities” Speech by Georges FENECH, President of MIVILUDES   Honourable Senators, President of CIFS…

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Twelve Tribes cited; burn violated Vermont’s air laws

Source: Brattleboro Reformer Howard Weiss- Tisman July 10, 2010 Westminister, Vt – The state is alleging that members of the Twelve Tribes violated Vermont air pollution control regulations when they burned the remnants of the former Oonas restaurant on their farm in Westminister. The religious group was also cited for illegally operating a solid waste…

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Sect subject to scrutiny

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald/March 25, 2008 By Paul Bibby The general manager of the Royal Easter Show said he would not be surprised if a cafe run at the event by a Christian sect was inspected by the state’s workplace watchdog after revelations its workers were not being paid. Michael Collins said officers from…

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Tabitha’s Place: Former followers file complaint

Source:Le Parisien November 24, 2006 Jean-Marc Ducos Translated from the French (Cheryl – web mistress of Twelve Tribes-ex.com) A family of five children, who lived for five years at Tabitha’s Place community in Sus, France, filed a complaint stating the cult abused them when they were at their weakest.  They lived a real ordeal before…

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