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Nov 18, 2009 Polaris Media EMC asked to attend Scientology courses — Ozsoapbox
Since writing about the public connection between Scientology and Polaris Media Group a lot of accusations and claims have been thrown around as the discussion ran hot. There’s been a lot of claims made and from what I gather the revelation of the link, which up until only recently hasn’t been publicised with any concrete proof, has made a lot of people uncomfortable. Up until now I’ve been written off by Polaris EMC as spreading rumours, despite the fact that I ...
Oct 27, 2009 Scientologists convicted of fraud — BBC News
A French court has convicted the Church of Scientology of fraud, but stopped short of banning the group from operating in France. Two branches of the group's operations and several of its leaders in France have been fined. The case came after complaints from two women, one of whom said she was manipulated into paying more than 20,000 euros (£18,100) in the 1990s. A Scientology spokesman told the BBC the verdict was "all bark and no bite". France regards Scientology as ...
Oct 26, 2009 My Billion Year Contract / Memoir of a former Scientologist (book) - Chapter 18 Business consultation — CNM Publishing
May 28, 2009 Scientology on trial in France: Can a religion be banned? — TIME Magazine
As a fiercely secular nation, France has always had an awkward relationship with religious groups. Officials often find themselves struggling to strike the delicate balance between maintaining church-state separation and honoring the right of citizens to express their faith. But in the current case against the U.S.-based Church of Scientology, authorities have abandoned their usual attempts at fine-tuning religion's standing in French society — instead, they want to ban Scientology from France altogether. In a long-awaited trial that opened this week, ...
May 21, 2009 Software company's Scientology-loving handbook — Gawker
Two former executives have been waging a court battle against Diskeeper, alleging the software company's CEO, a Scientologist, practiced religious discrimination. As it turns out, they have documents intended to prove it. The company's former CIO and Automation Planning Officer failed to injoin Diskeeper from using the teachings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard in the administration of the company. Now the Burbank, California company is going for the legal jugular, seeking summary dismissal of the case. Amid this legal tussle, ...
Apr 18, 2009 An inspirational story — Examiner
Feb 20, 2009 La scientologie au golf — Le Nouvelliste (Mauricie, Quebec)
Le Nouvelliste (Mauricie, Quebec)
Mathieu Lamothe et Marie-Eve Lafontaine
Des employés cadres dy club de golf Les Vieilles Forges auraient été invités à signer un contrat dont l'une des clauses leur demandait de respecter la politique administrative de l'Église de scientologie de Ron Hubbard
Photo: archives Le Nouvelliste - Ève Guillemette
(Trois-Rivières) Un malaise important s'est installé au club de golf Les Vieilles Forges depuis que les employés ont appris qu'un des nouveaux propriétaires, Antonino Putorti, serait lié à l'Église de ...
Feb 19, 2009 Que se passe-t-il au club de golf Les vieilles Forges? — TVA Trois-Rivières (Quebec, Canada) More:
Video Jan 23, 2009 Devoir d'enquête: "La Scientologie: La secte démasquée" [Part 1] [Unofficial English translation] — RTBF 1 (Belgium) More:
Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Jan 17, 2009 Godelman and Le Shay respond to Diskeeper’s motion to strike — realitybasedcommunity.net
Jan 14, 2009 Chicago dentist to settle forced Scientology, harassment case — Chicago Tribune More: articles.chicagotribune.com
James P. Miller
A Chicago dentist has agreed to pay $462,500 to settle federal allegations that he violated U.S. discrimination laws by sexually harassing workers and by forcing employees who wanted to keep their jobs to submit to indoctrination in the tenets of Scientology. The Chicago office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had filed a civil lawsuit against James L. Orrington in September 2007, asserting he had discriminated against 18 employees by subjecting them to sexual propositions, comments and improper touching. The suit ...
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