The so-called "reformed Cult Awareness Network" is "operated by the Foundation for Religious Freedom." According to the IRS/Scientology agreement this foundation is a "Scientology-related" entity.
This page contains information The Cult Education Institute has
gathered about the Cult Awareness Network.
| Who the so-called "new CAN" recommends "for factual information on 'new religions'"
The Cult Awareness Network
"Rick Ross - Modern Day Inquisitor" - A Response to the "New CAN" bulletin
Feedback about Ross' Response to "CAN"/Scientology Attack--"Rick Ross The Real Scoop"
Anti-Cult Agency Loses Libel Suit
Did Scientology Strike Back?
Old CAN wins in Illinois Supreme Court Ruling
Plaintiff Shifts Stance on Anti-Cult Group
What's $2.995 Million Between Former Enemies?
Cult Awareness Network loses $1.1 Million Lawsuit, Files for Bankruptcy
Anti-Cult Group folds in Wake of Verdict
The New Cult Awareness Network (Bought by Scientologist) Recommends 'Experts' Regarding 'Heaven's Gate' Suicide; List Includes Gordon Melton
Anti-Cult Group Dismembered As Former Foes Buy Its Assets
Patrons of anti-cult group fear sale of files
Anti-Cult Group: Foe Ruined Us
A Mother's Betrayal By The New CAN
Who the so-called "new CAN" recommends "for factual information on 'new religions'"
7 appeals judges protest deprogramming ruling
Group that once criticized Scientologists now owned by one
"I called the 'Cult Awareness Network'--Unbelievable and BIZZARE!"
Can Files to Be Auctioned
Supreme Court rules against anti-cult network
Supreme Court Denies Appeal By Anti-Cult Group
Anti-Cult Group Must Pay Award
Anti-cultists fear Scientology bid
Scientologists Win a Battle in Long War
Cynthia Kisser, former
executive director of
the Cult Awareness Network