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Jun 29, 1990 The Scientology Story: Attack the Attacker // On the Offensive Against an Array of Suspected Foes — Los Angeles Times (California)
Robert W. Welkos
Los Angeles Times (California)
"Never treat a war like a skirmish. Treat all skirmishes like wars." —L. Ron Hubbard The Church of Scientology does not turn the other cheek. Ministers mingle with private detectives. "Sacred scriptures" counsel the virtues of combativeness. Parishioners double as paralegals for litigious church attorneys. Consider the passage that a prominent Scientology minister selected from the religion's scriptures, authored by the late L. Ron Hubbard, to inspire the faithful during a gala church event. "People attack Scientology," the minister quoted Hubbard ... Feb 4, 1984 FBI expands probe of alleged sect plot — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Feb 3, 1984 Private detective outlines undercover church probe — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Feb 3, 1984 Private eye says he conducted covert operation for church — Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Feb 2, 1984 Scientologists' inquiry draws angry reaction — Clearwater Times (Florida) More:
Page 14, link Feb 1, 1984 Sect reveals undercover probe of civil leaders — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Jan 24, 1984 Prior sect try at judge reported — Clearwater Sun (Florida) More:
link Dec 1, 1980 Scientology's war against judges — The American Lawyer
James B. Stewart
The American Lawyer
On September 5, 1980, as U.S. District Court Judge Charles Richey was recuperating from two pulmonary embolisms and exhaustion, lawyers for the Church of Scientology and the Justice Department gathered before Judge Aubrey Robinson, Richey's successor in the two-year-old conspiracy case against 11 members of the Church of Scientology. Judge Richey had already convicted and sentenced nine of the original 11 defendants, but the remaining two, recently extradited from England, were about to go on trial. "Particularly from the standpoint of ...
Jun 28, 1980 Scientologists ask Judge Richey to disqualify himself — Washington Post
Laura A. Kiernan
Two high-ranking members of the Church of Scientology, in a last minute legal maneuver before their July 7 criminal trial, have asked U.S. District Court Judge Charles R. Richey to remove himself from the case, charging that he is biased against them. One of the defendants, Morrison J. Budlong, said in a sworn statement that he had reviewed tape recorded statements from a deputy U.S. marshal and from Richey's former court reporter, that the church contends, supports their claim that Richey ...
Jun 28, 1980 U.S. says Scientologists are still lying, cheating — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More: news.google.com
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
WASHINGTON — The government said Friday that agents of the Church of Scientology are still up to their old tricks of lying and cheating. The accusation was the latest round fired in the case of United States vs. Jane Kember and Morris Budlong. The two church leaders are scheduled for trial July 7 on charges involving theft of government documents. Kember and Budlong were indicted with nine other Scientologists in 1978. The nine, including Mary Louise Hubbard, wife of Scientology founder ...
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