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3 matching items found between Jan 1975 and Dec 1979. Furthermore, there are 20 matching items for all time not shown.
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Apr 10, 1977
Abuses claimed // Bill takes aim at Interpol — Houston Post
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jon Standefer
Source: Houston Post
Telling it briefly Interpol, which claims to be merely a clearing-house for information passed among police agencies in various countries, has been accused of releasing false information about Americans to foreign governments. A bill has been introduced in the state legislature to ban police cooperation with Interpol. AUSTIN - Interpol, that international police force whose crime-fighting exploits usually happen only in detective novels, has been getting a black eye. Although self-described as a private agency only to channel information among ...
Jul 24, 1976
Papers on religion uncovered by group — El Paso Times (Texas)
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Type: Press
Author(s): William Ringle
Source: El Paso Times (Texas)
WASHINGTON — After doggedly filing more than 150 Freedom of Information Act requests for documents, members of the Church of Scientology have obtained thousands of government papers that had been hidden in files of offices ranging from the Central Intelligence Agency to the Labor Department. "We were appalled at some of the things on file about us," said Kathy Flanagan, an ordained minister of the 22-year-old church, who has been working on the FOI project. "Outright lies. Gross distortions. Stuff right ...
Feb 1, 1975
On uncharted waters // A partial guide to groups exploring beyond the rational world — Texas Monthly
Type: Press
Source: Texas Monthly
[...] The Church of Scientology. Founded by former science-fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard after he "proved conclusively that man is a spiritual being," Scientology is a "non-denominational" religion devoted to increasing the spiritual awareness of its flock. This is done by a process called Auditing, which seems to be a kind of confessional session in which a duly trained minister of Scientology guides a person into confronting emotional and spiritual logjams in his past. The actual techniques the auditor uses to ...
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