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They sit down with an ordained Scientology minister, more like a resident Scientology judge, who tries to get them to resolve their differences,” says Press. “Usually, with a marriage, it’s designed to keep them together. Then they [would] run something on her called ‘the doubt formula,’ which is rigged: Katie wants to leave Scientology; for her to use the doubt formula she’s in effect practicing Scientology, so it’s self-defeating because all roads lead back to Scientology indoctrination.
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