Some more enlightened courts allow the victims of a criminal to participate in his sentencing and incarceration. Traditionally, victims were excluded from the public exercise of adjudication and parole as somehow "contaminating" the proceedings or drawing them into a prejudicial stance unfair to the criminal. But some in the criminal justice system recognized that this exclusion did the opposite. Omitting the impact of the crime on its victims was leaving out the most important part of the event, sociologically, culturally, and morally. In the spirit of destroying the Landmark "memes," I think the victim's testimonies are the most reflective, the most compelling, and the most likely to close the Landmark doors and send the rascals packing. I am hopeful that the amount of information available on the internet disparaging of Landmark will reach critical mass and these creeps and all their relatives will never again fool another person.
Here's a link to another website with a great visitor's comments page. (He also includes those comments favorable to Landmark, and those can be equally damaging, or more in some cases.)