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Dec 29, 2005 Restaurateur seeks new spot / Church of Scientology, owner of historic Ramona building, negotiates to move tenants — Sacramento Bee (California)
Sacramento Bee (California)
A year ago, Luis Leyva Jr. opened Luis Jr.'s Mexican Food Restaurant in downtown Sacramento.
Housed in what used to be a Japanese eatery, Luis Jr.'s is in the Ramona building, a former hotel at Sixth and J streets.
"This is my dream," Leyva said last week during an interview at the place bearing his name. "This is what I've always wanted - my own restaurant downtown."
But Leyva may soon
Nov 1, 2005 The Strange Case of Garry Scarff — Jonestown Report
In 1989, Fielding McGehee and I published The Need for a Second Look at Jonestown, a collection of essays written by those who had been involved with Peoples Temple. In this retrospective volume, people reflected on their experiences of the previous decade, as well as on their understanding of the Temple. Contributors included former members, relatives, and others who had had connections with the Temple, such as news reporters and social activists. Shortly after the book appeared, Chris Hatcher, the psychologist ...
Oct 29, 2005 Tom Cruise parody site defiant in face of Scientology threats, demands its day in court — Wikinews
Oct 28, 2005 Reliable evidence and due process — NZ Lawyer
Lynley Hood finds deep flaws in the Lake Alice settlement. News that the police have found no evidence of criminal offending by psychiatrist Dr Selwyn Leeks, former head of the child and adolescent unit at Lake Alice Hospital, has been greeted with dismay by the psychiatric patient advocacy group, Citizen's Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). "We're not giving up now. We are still working with victims and are still going to be filing criminal complaints," the group's New Zealand executive director, ...
Sep 22, 2005 Inquiry finds no evidence of offending by 1970s psychiatrist — The Dominion Post
The Dominion Post
A former Lake Alice patient is disgusted police have decided not to charge a psychiatrist accused of abusing young people there in the 1970s.
Police say they have found no evidence of criminal offending after investigating more than 20 complaints from former patients of Selwyn Leeks, who headed the child and adolescent unit of the now-closed hospital near Wanganui.
A man who was a patient at Lake Alice in the mid-1970s told The Dominion Post the police decision not to press ...
Jul 7, 2005 Live Q&As // Scientology: Richard Leiby — Washington Post
Washington Post staff writer
Richard Leiby was online Thursday, July 7, at 1:30 p.m. ET to field questions about Scientology teachings and its celebrity adherents. Leiby has covered the Church of Scientology for 26 years, on and off, ever since he was a young reporter in Clearwater, Fla., where Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard established an international headquarters in the 1970s. In 1979-80, he covered the criminal proceedings against 11 Scientology officials convicted of participating in plots to plant spies in ... Jan 9, 2005 Ford Greene attorney at odds — Marin Independent Journal
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