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denver post • federal bureau of investigation (fbi) • internal revenue service (irs) • james j. kilpatrick • operation snow white
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Aug 18, 1977
23 years of government harassment — Denver Post
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Type: Press
Author(s): James J. Kilpatrick
Source: Denver Post
A small army of FBI agents played another game of gangbusters last month with the Church of Scientology. By apparent actual count, 134 agents burst into three church offices in Washington and California. They hauled away tons of stuff. Now church leaders are fighting back. Speaking simply as a tax-payer, I would say hooray for these scrappy reverends. They have sued the FBI, and they have just published a large book of documents having to do with the government's long campaign ...
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