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Dec 28, 1984 Julie Christofferson Titchbourne vs. Church of Scientology Mission of Davis; Church of Scientology of California; and L. Ron Hubbard: Eleventh amended and supplemental complaint for fraud
Dec 20, 1984 Lawyer: Rulings will help expose sect — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Jul 18, 1984 Public forum: Hubbard more than commander — Headlight Herald (Portland, Oregon)
Jun 26, 1984 Litigation keeps sect on defense — Clearwater Sun (Florida) More: link
Clearwater Sun (Florida)
The Church of Scientology faces mounting legal pressure in courts worldwide to explain its actions, policies, beliefs and inner workings. In the United States, Canada and Europe, Scientology is under ever-increasing scrutiny by law enforcement agencies, courts and even governments. And a ruling handed down last week by it Los Angeles Superior Court judge may complicate the legal proceedings involving the Clearwater-based sect. Judge Paul G. Breckenridge stated in an intended ruling Thursday that Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard is the ...
Jun 20, 1984 [Missing: Apparently a piece about Hubbard's naval service] — Headlight Herald (Portland, Oregon)
Headlight Herald (Portland, Oregon)
[There is a
July 18, 1984 article
which refers to a "June 20, 1984" article in the same newspaper. I don't have this June 20, 1984 article, but this entry exist to remember that such an article was published, and maybe we will find it one day.]
May 7, 1984 Capital disciple's story // How Martin Samuels built $10 million mission — Sacramento Bee (California) More: link
Sacramento Bee (California)
With $175 and a small box of books under his arm, Martin Samuels brought Scientology to the Sacramento area in the 1960s. He soon built a $10 million empire. The church rated his missions in Davis and Sacramento the best in the world. Then, in 1982, it all collapsed. Samuels left the church with nothing more than a suitcase half full of clothes. Samuels charges in a lawsuit that the Church illegally took it all away from him. The suit, being ...
Mar 5, 1983 Private school site may become Oregon's only federal prison — UPI
A 1,300 acre site used for a school associated with the Church of Scientology has won initial backing from a federal committee for a prison site to house 400 minimum security inmates. The Executive Committee of the Federal Bureau of Prisons meeting in Tallahasse, Fla., was reported Friday to have chosen the site for further consideration for a prison. The prison would have a staff of about 140 and a $4.6-million annual budget. Alice Propes, real estate agent for the Delphian ...
May 4, 1982 Court overturns Scientology judgment — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More: news.google.com, link
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Court of Appeals on Monday overturned a jury's finding that the Church of Scientology had committed fraud against a former member and intentionally caused her emotional distress. The court nevertheless ruled that Martin Samuels, a Portland minister of the church, and the church's mission in Oregon should be retried on the fraud count. However, the jury will be allowed to look at only those claims made against the church that were of a secular nature, the ...
May 3, 1982 Scientologists win appeal — Oregon Journal More: link
SALEM (UPI) — The Oregon Court of Appeals said Monday the Church of Scientology is innocent of "outrageous conduct" in a case involving a Portland woman awarded $2 million by a Multnomah County Circuit Court jury. The appeals court also said there was no evidence the church and the Delphian Foundation, a non-profit school, engaged in fraud, as alleged by Julie Christofferson. The court also reversed but sent back for a new trial allegations of fraud leveled against the church's Mission ...
Jan 14, 1982 Scientologists, mother settle suit — Eugene Register-Guard (Oregon)
Dec 23, 1980 Church balks at giving up member's file — Eugene Register-Guard (Oregon)
Aug 15, 1980 Japanese nun studies system — News-Register (McMinnville, Oregon) More: link
News-Register (McMinnville, Oregon)
SHERIDAN — For Sister Saito, a Roman Catholic nun from Japan, her summer visit to the Delphian School has been more than just a trip half way around the world. The educator has been sent at the request of her school board to study the technology of education developed by L. Ron Hubbard and determine the feasibility of implementing the methods into one of Japan's largest school systems. "This is the first time I have enjoyed studying so much," said Sister ...
Aug 5, 1980 80 students from Japan at Delphian — News-Register (McMinnville, Oregon) More:
link Jul 24, 1980 1st high school grad at Delphian School — The Sun (Sheridan, Oregon)
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