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Feb 7, 1999
Scientology Pals Kicked In $50,000 Toward U.N.'s Big Elephant Statue — New York Observer
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Sep 29, 1997
Scientology allegations and a real estate stock flotation — New York Observer
Type: Press
Author(s): Dylan Foley
Source: New York Observer
Feldman Equities, a medium-sized midtown real estate management firm is set for a $290 million stock offering in late September, with heavyhitting investors that includes G.E. Capital and Morgan Stanley. This flotation may be marred by an impending religious and employment discrimination lawsuit charging that company CEO Lawrence Feldman forced employees at the firm to take Scientology courses and fired those who refused. According to papers filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in April, Karen Schwartz, a 38-old former property ...
Sep 28, 1997
Employee accuses real estate firm of turning on Scientology e-meter — New York Observer
Type: Press
Author(s): Dylan Foley, Devin Leonard
Source: New York Observer
Several months after she went to work at a Manhattan real estate firm, Karen Schwartz says her boss, developer Lawrence Feldman, ordered her to take an unusual series of night classes. Ms. Schwartz says he informed her they were simply "business courses." But when she arrived at the classroom, Ms. Schwartz couldn't have been more astonished. According to a complaint Ms. Schwartz has filed with the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, she was subjected to something close to an indoctrination into ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 6, 1996
Behind an Internet message service's close // Pressure from the Church of Scientology is blamed for the shutdown — New York Times
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Type: Press
Author(s): Peter H. Lewis
Source: New York Times
Pressure from the Church of Scientology International was at least partly responsible for the recent shutdown of a well-known Internet messaging service based in Helsinki, according to the Finnish operator of the service. The service, known by its Internet address,, was used by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide to send and receive electronic messages without divulging their true identities. It was the best known of a small, global network of special computers known as remailers, whose legitimate users include ...
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