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Scientologist: I was driven from job

Title: Scientologist: I was driven from job
Date: Thursday, 22 September 1977
Publisher: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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A long-time member of the Church of Scientology says she was driven out of her job with the Defense Communications Agency (DCA) because of membership in the controversial church. Emylee Lynne Miller in an affidavit prepared for the church, said U.S. Attorney Paul Figley and DCA counsel Richard Whalen "intimidated" her and Interrogated her "under considerable pressure . . ." The Miller case arose after the DCA denied the church access to information in its files The Church of Scientology has filed about 2,000 Freedom of Information requests with the federal government and are now pursuing about 30 suits under the act seeking information the government refuses to disclose.