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Aug 29, 1980
Law // The scientologists back off // Giving the final court victory to Alberta's Stubborn Seven — Alberta Report (Canada)
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Source: Alberta Report (Canada)
Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard told his followers early on that they should use civil litigation to harass, silence or even to destroy opponents. From the defamation suits filed four years ago by Scientology's Calgary, Edmonton and Old Strathcona Missions, however, seven weary but very determined Albertans last week emerged unsilenced and undestroyed. The $100,000 lawsuits against them (the figure, incidentally, specifically recommended by scientologist Hubbard) were thrown out of court without coming to trial. Even so, lawyers say, ...
Aug 20, 1980
Lawsuit against Albertans fizzles out — Calgary Herald (Canada)
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Author(s): Gordon Lee
Source: Calgary Herald (Canada)
The Church of Scientology's four-year-old defamation lawsuit against seven Albertans has fizzled out on the eve of trial. The Scientology organization was required to deposit $45,000 by Monday at the Court of Queen's Bench in Edmonton. But Calgary lawyer Ken Staroszik, who represents the seven defendants, said the court clerk's office confirmed Tuesday that the money has not been received. At a Queen's Bench hearing June 18 in Edmonton, Justice Arthur Crossley ordered the organization to post the money as security ...
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