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[A Los Angeles judge ruled...]

Title: [A Los Angeles judge ruled...]
Date: Tuesday, 22 October 1985
Publisher: Los Angeles Times (California)
Main source: articles.latimes.com
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A Los Angeles judge ruled that allegations about the Church of Scientology's belief in and practice of "auditing" its members may not be introduced as evidence in a $25-million fraud suit. Superior Court Judge Alfred Margolis also granted church motions to disallow any allegations as to the efficacy, successes or failures of auditing, which is the church's term for its confidential pastoral counseling. The Rev. Ken Hoden, president of the church in Los Angeles, said the pretrial rulings were a major ... [Read the rest at articles.latimes.com]