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Church of Almighty God

Chinese cult member that murdered woman at McDonalds sentenced to death.

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Church Scandal

Singapore City Harvest Church leader Kong Hee embroiled in scandal

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Actor turned cult leader?

Former teen idol Andrew Keegan leads controversial group

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ISIS/the Islamic State

Is ISIS "brainwashing" its terrorist recruits?

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Goel Ratzon

Israeli cult leader convicted of sex crimes

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Former Scientologist leads self-improvement group in Florida

Former Scientologist leads self-improvement group in Florida

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Murderer Charles Manson Today

Manson is 80 and he has a new girlfriend visiting him in prison

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Founder of Richmond Outreach Center in Virginia faces criminal sex charges.

Founder of Richmond Outreach Center in Virginia faces criminal sex charges.

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Ernest Angley

Televangelist Ernest Angley labeled the leader of a "dangerous cult"?

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Is the Neocatechumenal Way founded by Kiko Argüello a cult?

Is the Neocatechumenal Way founded by Kiko Argüello a cult?

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An Internet archive of information about cults, destructive cults, controversial groups and movements. The Cult Education Institute (CEI), formerly known as the Ross Institute of New Jersey, is a nonprofit public resource with a vast archive that contains thousands of individual documents. CEI on-line files include news stories, research papers, reports, court documents, book excerpts, personal testimonies and hundreds of links to additional relevant resources. This Internet archive is well-organized for easy access and reference.  More

News and Opinion

ISIS "death cult" and "Internet brainwashing"?
By Rick Alan RossA Jordanian online publication Al Bawaba recently ran an article titled "UK girl's family fears Internet brainwashing." The report proposed that "powerful jihadists are 'brainwashing' British teenagers through the internet."The aunt of one such teenage recruit said that her niece "was [radicalized] online after spending increasing... More