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7 matching items found between Jan 1986 and Jun 1986. Furthermore, there are 5 matching items for all time not shown.
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Jun 3, 1986
What's the scam? // Trying to bilk the Scientologists — Boston Phoenix
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Author(s): Jim Schuh
Source: Boston Phoenix
Back on the morning of June 7, 1982, a man walked into the New York branch of the Middle East Bank on the 25th floor of a Madison Avenue office building and tried to deposit a $2 million check. The man, a native of the United Arab Emirates, left without completing the transaction. The check, written on an E.F. Hutton money-market account handled by the Bank of New England, was a forgery. Although attempted bank fraud of that ilk is not ...
May 31, 1986
Prosecutor cites Kattar crime ties; family, friends tell different story — Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
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Author(s): Michael Foley
Source: Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
BOSTON — Assistant U.S. Attorney Brackett B. Denniston said Methuen businessman George Kattar is tied to an organized crime family in Providence, R.I., and was given permission by "La Cosa Nostra" to murder a key government witness against him. His friends said, however, that Kattar is not a violent man. U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence Cohen listened to both sides yesterday at a hearing to decide whether Kattar could be released on bail or held to protect the community. Judge Cohen ...
May 30, 1986
Two men charged in Scientology scam — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
BOSTON — FBI agents on Wednesday arrested a New Hampshire man and a disbarred lawyer on charges of extorting $33,000 from the Church of Scientology by offering false information about a scheme to steal $2 million from the church. George T. Kattar, 67, of Meredith, N.H. formerly of Methuen, Mass., was held without bail pending a detention hearing today. Harvey Brower, 49, of Swampscott, Mass., a former lawyer turned writer, was released on $50,000 bail. According to an indictment issued by ...
May 29, 1986
$100G Scientology 'scam' // Feds charge 2 with Mob connections — Boston Herald
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Author(s): Jim MacLaughlin
Source: Boston Herald
A DISBARRED lawyer with Mob connections and a Methuen man linked to organized crime were arrested yesterday and charged with trying to bilk the Church of Scientology out of $100,000, said officials. The alleged scam netted Harvey Brower, 49, of Swampscott, and George T. Kattar, 67, of Methuen, $33,333 before they were arrested by FBI agents, said the US. Attorney's office. The two were indicted by a federal grand jury in Boston May 23 and charged with fraud, extortion and other ...
May 29, 1986
Ex-lawyer, N.H. man charged in plan to bilk Church of Scientology — Boston Globe
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Author(s): William F. Doherty
Source: Boston Globe
FBI agents yesterday arrested a New Hampshire man and a disbarred lawyer on charges of extorting $33,000 from the Church of Scientology by offering false information about a scheme to steal $2 million from the church. George T. Kattar, 67, of Meredith, N.H., formerly of Methuen, was held without bail pending a detention hearing tomorrow. Harvey Brower, 49, of Swampscott, a former lawyer turned writer, was released on $50,000 bail. According to an indictment issued by a federal grand jury in ...
May 29, 1986
Kattar jailed; prosecution says it fears for witnesses — Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
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Source: Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
BOSTON — George Kattar and Harvey Brower arrived in court together and sat side by side, but only Brower left the courtroom a free man after their arraignments yesterday. Kattar was led away by U.S. marshals and jailed after prosecutors said he threatened to kill a witness. The 67-year-old retired Methuen businessman was refused bail by U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence Cohen. Brower, 49, of Swampscott, was released without bail. Kattar and Brower pleaded innocent in US. District Court to charges ...
May 29, 1986
Was church cheated or part of a larger plot? — Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
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Author(s): Paul Van Osdol
Source: Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
Four years ago, two men walked into a New York bank and tried to cash a $2 million check drawn on the Bank of New England account of L. Ron Hubbard, the head of the Church of Scientology. The bank refused to cash the check after it could not verify the signature. Since then, the church has been on the warpath to find out who forged their now-dead founder's check. It offered a $100,000 reward, bought full-page advertisements in the country's ...
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