Lisa Mc Pherson Trust
The Lisa McPherson Trust was an organisation created in 1999 by Bob Minton. The trust was named after Lisa McPherson, a Scientology member who died in 1995 after being in the Church of Scientology’s care for 17 days. The for-profit company’s stated goal was "expose the deceptive and abusive practices of Scientology and help those victimized by ."
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