I just had a phone call from Eddie Arruza, a television reporter for the "Chicago Tonight" show, and he is looking for someone to be on a live panel TOMORROW NIGHT (Oct. 20) to discuss Mormonism.

If you would be willing to participate, please contact him at 773.509.5313 or Earruza@wttw.com

Richard

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Comment by MikeUtah on October 19, 2011 at 4:57pm

I sent this out to all members so hopefully we can get someone to volunteer for the show.

Comment by MamaCthulhu on October 19, 2011 at 5:22pm

Can't Richard Packham do it by patching in a line through his phone and showing his picture?   He'd be fantastic!

 

Comment by MamaCthulhu on October 19, 2011 at 5:42pm

I heard Dennis Prager  on the radio today and in traffic, which was not a good combination.   Key points I wished some media would touch on rather than sillyness of defining 'cult':    1.  Role of women in the LDS culture, rigidly defined roles and abuse  2.  The men who demand the tithing dollar and what happens after they get it.   3.  suppression of free speech and free press and the excommunications that resulted  4.  the control mechanism of home and visit teachers and probing questions of 'interviews'.

Comment by Jean Bodie on October 19, 2011 at 6:47pm
Since Flora (Jessop) has a lot of media contacts, she was contacted by
Tammy Lietner of KPHO about a story that is breaking concerning a situation
similar to Susan Brock. Tammy wants to report on how the LDS church handles
abuse cases. She's looking for people who have been in an abuse situation
and taken it to the Bishop or other Church authorities. They can keep it
confidential, with silhouettes and disguised voices if necessary. If any
of you have a story about the LDS handling an abuse situation you can
contact Flora at 602 373-0793 or you can contact Tammy, email is tammy.leitner@kpho.com

If you have already seen this message; the email addy was wrong; this is the correct one.
Comment by nick humphrey on October 20, 2011 at 5:30am
why doesnt the media point out the fact that mormons promise, in the temple, to give everything they own, even their own lives if necessary to defend and build up the church?
Comment by MamaCthulhu on October 21, 2011 at 7:01pm

Hi, I just talked with Flora.  She said the abuse situations they are looking for (thursday post) are with LDS men in authority roles in Arizona who are/have molested boys.  Anyone who has something to share of that nature with her would be welcome.

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