Mark Bunker

Mark Bunker is a television journalist. He won an Emmy Award in 2006 from the Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He is a critic of the Church of Scientology and founder of the website Xenu TV.

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Jason Beghe - Scientology - Public Criticism
... founder of Operation Clambake, who convinced him to meet with journalist and Scientology critic Mark Bunker ... Heldal-Lund and Bunker went to Beghe's house, where Beghe participated in an interview about his experiences as a Scientologist ... Bunker published a three-minute portion of the three-hour interview to YouTube in mid-April 2008, and in the video Beghe calls Scientology "very dangerous for your spiritual ...

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