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Sep 12, 1992
Scientology fined $250,000 for spying on police — Toronto Star (Canada)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Bob Brent, Wendy Darroch
Source: Toronto Star (Canada)
The Toronto branch of the Church of Scientology has been fined $250,000 for spying on police and the government during the mid- 1970s. But despite almost a decade of court battles since the largest police raid in Ontario history in 1983, church leaders say they're not about to give up. The church's odyssey through the courts has spawned a legacy of ground-breaking legal decisions interpreting the ability of the state to prosecute the non-profit church. Along the way, the founder of ...
Aug 1, 1968
Britain curbs activities of cult of Scientologists // Refuses to admit Americans known to be followers of the semireligious group — New York Times
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Author(s): Anthony Lewis
Source: New York Times
LONDON, July 31—On successive days this week groups of Americans arriving in Britain have been turned back because they are followers of a semi-religious cult known as scientology. The ban on scientologists, as they call themselves, was imposed by the British Government after a study. The Minister of Health, Kenneth Robinson, said in the House of Commons that he was satisfied that "scientology is socially harmful." "Its authoritarian principles and practices are a potential menace to the personality and well-being of ...
Jul 29, 1968
'Mind cult' family are sent back to U.S. — Daily Mail (UK)
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Source: Daily Mail (UK)
TWO American Scientology students were held at London Airport for almost five hours yesterday before being refused admission to Britain. Mr Donald Hill and his wife, June, arrived aboard a TWA Boeing jet from Washington with their two children. They were on their way to the Hubbard School of Scientology at East Grinstead, Sussex. Loaded They were met by immigration men and taken to a detention room where they were looked after by a Securicor guard. The family were brought refreshments ...
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