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bonnie view @ int base aka gold base, gilman hot springs • building management services (bms) • children, youth • church of scientology international (csi) • claire hoffman • daniel w. jacobs • david miscavige • e. scott reckard • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • gold base (also, "int base") @ gilman hot springs • golden era productions • joel rubin • legal • leisa collins (aka leisa goodman) • mary shuttleworth • michael j. "mike" rinder • nicole kidman • real estate • rebecca perry • reed e. slatkin • religious technology center (rtc) • schools • sea organization (sea org, so) • tom cruise • youth for human rights international
5 matching items found between Jul 2005 and Dec 2005. Furthermore, there are 330 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 18, 2005
From Mysterious Property Buyer to Community Presence — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Claire Hoffman
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
When a mysterious buyer expressed interest in the old, bankrupt Gilman Hot Springs resort in 1978, Richard J. Hoag thought it might be a group of expatriates from Rhodesia. Others whispered that maybe the Mafia or the Moonies were moving onto the 500-acre property near Hemet. Only much later did anyone learn that the buyer — which paid $2.78 million and went by the names Scottish Highland Quietude Society and Western States Scientific Assn. — was really the Church of Scientology. ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Dec 18, 2005
Tom Cruise and Scientology — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Claire Hoffman
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Tom Cruise studied intensively at the remote compound near Hemet while becoming a passionate messenger for the church. GILMAN HOT SPRINGS, Calif. — Nearly 30 years ago, the Church of Scientology bought a dilapidated and bankrupt resort here and turned the erstwhile haven for Hollywood moguls and starlets into a retreat for L. Ron Hubbard, the science fiction writer who founded the religion. Today, the out-of-the-way 500-acre compound near Hemet has quietly grown into one of Scientology's major bases of operation, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Dec 17, 2005
Scientology's inland empire — Los Angeles Times (California)
Oct 26, 2005
Consultant sentenced in investment scam — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): E. Scott Reckard
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
A former Southern California business consultant received a four-month prison sentence for conspiring to obstruct a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation of financial advisor Reed E. Slatkin's $593-million investment scam, federal prosecutors said Tuesday. Daniel W. Jacobs helped stall the SEC for more than a year by pretending to represent a Swiss brokerage holding hundreds of millions of dollars in funds from Slatkin investors, according to his plea agreement with the government. Jacobs, 63, who pleaded guilty and cooperated extensively with ...
Oct 1, 2005
District scrambles to ensure human rights event is religion-free // Officials were unaware of Scientology's role in the international forum at Jordan High in Watts — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Joel Rubin
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Los Angeles city school officials were caught off guard this week by the Church of Scientology's role in an upcoming event at a South Los Angeles high school, which, while not illegal, is considered unusual. On Monday, teenagers from about 25 countries are expected to meet with students at Jordan High School in Watts for a conference on human rights. The gathering is part of a three-day event organized by Youth for Human Rights International — a group with close ties ...
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