In one of the leaked videos, Tom Cruise states:

The EPA came out, said the air was clean. Of course, as a scientologist you go, “That’s a lie. Outpoint. Lie”. You just go, <snaps fingers> “Liar. Fine.”

Tom Cruise contributed significantly financially to the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project (“NYRWDP”), a program from the International Academy of Detoxification Specialists, a Scientology front. The program actually delivers Scientology’s Purification Rundown, a pseudoscientific ‘treatment’ that supposedly detoxify the body.

I find it quite ironic that on the web site of the NYRWDP, there is a paper (see PDF) claiming that following Scientology’s Purification Rundown, “PCB blood levels averaged a 65% decrease.”

The “65% reduction in toxic level of PCBs” claim is actually untrue, and is based on a deceitful paper by Dr. James Dahlgren et al., and somehow Tom Cruise, mighty scientologist, didn’t spot this…

The graphes below show the decrease in toxic level of PCBs for seven patients after undergoing Scientology’s Purification Rundown (blue=before, red=after). On the left is the one being used in promoting the NYRWDP. On the right is how the graph should really look, using proper calculations, and up to date science:

The deceitful graph as promoted by NYRWDP…
The deceitful graph as promoted by NYRWDP…
    How the graph should really look…
How the graph should really look, without ‘errors’ and using up to date science

Whatever small reduction there actually was left in the corrected results, it could easily be explained without resorting to Scientology’s Purification Rundown as the cause, as noted by two experts from Cambridge Environmental Inc. They further noted the many flaws in Dahlgren’s paper, and given how dangerous the Scientology’s Purification Rundown can be to the health of people, they qualified the paper as “unconscionable.”

In the leaked video, Tom Cruise also said that scientologists “create better realities.” Unfortunately, these so-called “better realities” often dismiss scientific evidence, and even worse, as in the present case, the evidence is fabricated.

See “Deceitful study used in promoting Scientology detoxification program” for all the details.