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Oct 30, 2009
Protester sues Church of Scientology / College student says peaceful protest intent led to arrest — WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
More: Youtube
Type: TV
Author(s): Dennis Ferrier
Source: WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A college student is suing the Nashville Church of Scientology, a security company and three off-duty Spring Hill police officers for $6 million. Thomas Parker said he was knocked to the ground, handcuffed and arrested, for nothing more than attempting to peacefully protest. The Church of Scientology's grand opening turned into a grand mess when hired security arrested protesters. It would have been a he-said, she-said – except that it was all caught on tape. Parker was on ...
May 13, 2009
Citations dropped in Scientology scuffle — WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
Type: TV
Source: WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The district attorney has dropped the citations against a man arrested during a scuffle outside the Church of Scientology. Protesters were walking down the sidewalk last month when security guards hired by the church went after them. Those guards were off-duty Spring Hill police officers. A college student said the officers attacked him. He received three citations, but the district attorney just dismissed them.
May 7, 2009
Laws broken in Scientology church security — WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
More: xenutv.wordpress.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Dennis Ferrier
Source: WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – There are problems with how security for a Nashville Scientology event was handled, and laws appear to have been broken. In a home video, a group of protesters walk toward the Church of Scientology on the day of the church's grand opening and are stopped by security guards, who knock one protester to the ground and have him arrested for criminal trespass. The altercation happened 400 yards from the church, on the other side of the street. Public ...
May 6, 2009
Protesters say they were bullied by police — WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
More: xenutv.wordpress.com
Type: TV
Author(s): Dennis Ferrier
Source: WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A protest at the Church of Scientology in Nashville led to pushing, shoving, an arrest and the whole thing was caught on tape. The tape, protesters said, proves they were assaulted and bullied by security guards for no reason. A Middle Tennessee State University student doesn't want his name revealed after what happened on April 25 at Nashville's new Church of Scientology on Eighth Avenue. The man is in a group called Anonymous that protests Church of Scientology ...
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