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barry van sickle • bob buster • catherine "cathy" fraser • charles hand • death • gold base (also, "int base") @ gilman hot springs • golden era productions • human trafficking • jeffrey e. "jeff" stone • jim venable • john lindstein • lawsuit • letter • muriel dufresne • pamela walls • protest, picket • riverside county (california) • roy wilson • samuel c. alhadeff • sea organization (sea org, so) • stanley sniff • valley chronicle • verne lauritzen
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Dec 28, 2009
Letters // Real story is in the good that Golden Era does — Valley Chronicle
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Type: Press
Source: Valley Chronicle
I have known the staff at Golden Era Productions for well over 20 years, and I have to say that I really take offense to the article that Charlie Hand wrote Dec. 18 about the lawsuit against Golden Era. As someone who has visited Golden Era numerous occasions, I have met countless friendly, productive individuals who are dedicated to their chosen vocation and way of life. They are there because they are deeply committed to the social betterment programs they ...
Dec 18, 2009
Lawsuit alleges abuses at Golden Era — Valley Chronicle
More: thevalleychronicle.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Hand
Source: Valley Chronicle
WAGES SOUGHT: Scientology official denies conditions at compound described in the suit. A lawsuit seeking unspecified back wages describes the Scientology compound outside San Jacinto as a virtual prison camp in which workers are forced to put in long hours in exchange for little pay, to give up their children to a boarding school where they are taught only about Scientology, and to give up their right to communicate with those on the outside. Scientology spokeswoman Catherine Fraser declined an interview ...
Dec 4, 2009
Church officially seeks closure — Valley Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Hand
Source: Valley Chronicle
The Church of Scientology is officially seeking the closure of Gilman Springs Road between Highway 79 and Soboba Road. Golden Era Productions, the Scientology movie production studio, has asked Riverside County to remove the road from its circulation plan as the first step in vacating the road. Verne Lauritzen, Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone’s chief of staff, said it is not likely Stone will support the application unless Scientology officials can present him with a plan to provide an alternative to ...
Sep 11, 2009
Council opposes closure of road — Valley Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Hand
Source: Valley Chronicle
GILMAN SPRINGS: Scientology lawyer asks in vain for San Jacinto to hold off on resolution. By CHARLES HAND/The Valley Chronicle Published: Friday, September 11, 2009 5:26 PM CDT A plea from Scientology attorney Sam Alhadeff to take no action on a proposed resolution opposing the closure of Gilman Springs Road fell on deaf ears at last week’s meeting of the San Jacinto City Council. The five council members voted unanimously to oppose any effort to close the road. Alhadeff said in ...
Aug 28, 2009
Tunnels under road ferry Golden Era workers — Valley Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Hand
Source: Valley Chronicle
Scientology spokeswoman Catherine Fraser conceded this week that workers at Golden Era Productions can pass from one side of Gilman Springs Road to the other without crossing Gilman Springs Road. Several people contacted The Valley Chronicle after reading recent stories in which Fraser said the safety of workers is a consideration in the group's consideration of asking that Gilman Springs Road be closed. Fraser conceded the organization built two tunnels under Gilman Springs Road that can be used by employees who ...
Aug 21, 2009
County would not fund closure — Valley Chronicle
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Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Hand
Source: Valley Chronicle
GILMAN SPRINGS: Supervisor’s aide says Golden Era would need community leaders’ OK. Whatever happens with Gilman Springs Road, it will not happen at county expense, says Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone’s chief aide, Verne Lauritzen. Representatives of the Scientology compound that is bisected by Gilman Springs Road between Highway 79 and Soboba Road have approached some public officials, including Stone, about closing off that segment of the road. “They have contacted us a number of times,” Lauritzen said, “but they are ...
Mar 13, 2009
Picketing law revised — Valley Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Hand
Source: Valley Chronicle
Picketing law revised PROTESTING: The ongoing demonstrations by anti-Scientology protestors at Golden Era Productions on Gilman Springs Road on Saturday spread to downtown Hemet, where this protester held up a sign at Florida Avenue and State Street. Photo Courtesy of Jim Alvarez HOLDOUT: Supervisor Bob Buster lone dissenter on controversial rule. By CHARLES HAND/The Valley Chronicle Riverside County supervisors Tuesday approved its newest revision of a controversial law limiting picketing around homes over the objections of Bob Buster, the sole dissenting ...
Nov 17, 2007
Few details released on body — Valley Chronicle
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Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Hand
Source: Valley Chronicle
Law enforcement is still seeking the identity of a woman whose body was found near Gilman Springs Road just outside San Jacinto on Nov. 6. Riverside County Sheriff's Department spokesman Jerry Franchville said this week that no information has been developed since the body was recovered at approximately 10 a.m. a week ago Tuesday. Though the coroner's examination has not been completed, Franchville said he believes the body had been in the field for some time before it was discovered. No ...
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