The result was shocking, the group's director of projects, Has Guyt, told The Associated Press on Monday.
A United Nations investigator said in 2009 that more than 750,000 people are using child pornography sites at any one time. Office on Drugs and Crime, Yury Fedotov, said at a meeting in September in Vienna that, "the digital age has exacerbated the problem and created more vulnerability to children." Terre des Hommes now wants to bring that message to a wider audience, using the Internet to spread the word.
Scientology wanted to send us a delegation of 25 unidentified individuals, presumably to smear the people in our film. AW: Probably it feeds a kind of persecution complex at the very top. Wyden or others have sufficient willpower, and see what a terrible thing it is that all of us American citizens are effectively subsidizing these ongoing abuses, then maybe there will be the will to do something about it.
One thing I’ve discovered over time, having done a number of films about abuses of power, is very often the most powerful people are the ones who feel the most victimized, particularly by criticism. I’m fairly certain that a diligent investigation into the Church of Scientology would reveal that it’s not being run as a religion.
Don’t look at anything disparaging, so he never heard a bad word about Scientology for 34 of those 35 years.
AG: We reached out for interviews with the people that were relevant to our story.