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Feb 16, 2009 Wrongful death suit filed against Scientology by the Estate of Kyle Brennan — realitybasedcommunity.net
Jan 25, 2009 Claire Headley v. CSI, RTC — realitybasedcommunity.net
Jan 21, 2009 Veiled legal threats from Diskeeper — realitybasedcommunity.net
Jan 17, 2009 Godelman and Le Shay respond to Diskeeper’s motion to strike — realitybasedcommunity.net
Jan 9, 2009 Marc Headley v. Church of Scientology International — realitybasedcommunity.net
Dec 20, 2008 Former CIO sues Diskeeper claims he was fired for not participating in Scientology training — realitybasedcommunity.net
Dec 13, 2008 Sklar II Disappoints — realitybasedcommunity.net
Aug 15, 2008 Google terminates NYC Scientology critic site's AdSense account — realitybasedcommunity.net
Google terminated EpicAnon.com's AdSense account yesterday, informing the site by e-mail: While going through our records recently, we found that your AdSense account has posed a significant risk to our AdWords advertisers. Since keeping your account in our publisher network may financially damage our advertisers in the future, we've decided to disable your account. Please understand that we consider this a necessary step to protect the interests of both our advertisers and our other AdSense publishers. We realize the inconvenience ...
May 29, 2008 Will Sklar II crack open Scientology's Secret Agreement with the IRS? — realitybasedcommunity.net
In the early 1990s, Michael and Marla Sklar deducted part of their children's school tuition from their income tax in an amount equal to the proportion they viewed their tuition going toward religious instruction, as opposed to secular teaching (e.g., math, english). He listed his deductions under section 170 of the Tax Code, which permits deductions for charitable and religious contributions. The IRS denied the Sklars their deduction, noting that the Sklars had not provided receipts from the Church of Scientology. ...
Mar 3, 2008 Scientology taking hits online — Los Angeles Times (California) More: articles.latimes.com, rickross.com
Los Angeles Times (California)
"We were born. We grew up. We escaped."
So reads the motto of ExScientologyKids.com, a website launched Thursday by three young women raised in the Church of Scientology who are speaking out against the religion. Their website accuses the church of physical abuse, denying some children a proper education and alienating members from family.
One of the women behind the site, Jenna Miscavige Hill, is the niece of David Miscavige, the head of the church, and Kendra Wiseman is the daughter ...
Dec 1, 2003 A Church's Lethal Contract — Razor Magazine
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