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Scientology's Global Disaster Squad

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Japanese volunteers from the Church of Scientology give what they called 'a kind of healing massage' to elderly people staying at a shelter for those whose homes were damaged by the tsunami in Kesennuma, Japan, Saturday, March 19, 2011. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) |

BANGKOK, Thailand -- After Cyclone Nargis left a trail of corpses along Burma's coast in May 2008, foreign aid workers clamored to enter the military-controlled backwater.

Despite the world's pleading, Burma's paranoid generals forbade most foreign relief workers from entering the disaster zone. A frustrated U.K. threatened unauthorized air drops. The U.S. Navy was forced to float vessels loaded with life-saving supplies offshore.

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