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An attorney for the
Narconon organization filed a motion to perpetuate
testimony yesterday in district court in what a
spokesman said was preparation for a lawsuit.
The petition specifically seeks to obtain information from El Paso Times Reporter Steve Hallock concerning an article which appeared in that newspaper about Narconon. It also asks to obtain information from officials of the newspaper.
The petition further says that the testimony is sought in anticipation of action against the newspaper in excess of $5 million. It alleges that the article in question had no basis, and seeks to find out sources for material used in it. The petition also asks the court to order Hallock to produce all notes and working material.
Narconon director, Brent Davis, and attorney Jim Allen, appeared in the District Clerk's office to file the petition.