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anonymous (group) • brian fesler • church of scientology celebrity centre (nashville) • church of scientology religious trust (csrt) • dennis ferrier • fall school @ 1130 8th avenue south nashville tn united states • gaetane asselin • hayes security services, inc. • ideal org • kyle swenson • lawsuit • nashville business journal • nashville city paper • nashville post (tn) • nathaniel koenig • nova hotel renovation and construction • protest, picket • real estate • richard lawson • simone azzam • tennessee • the tennessean • thomas a. parker • turner hutchens • wsmv (nashville, tennessee)
Reference materials Fall School @ 1130 8th Avenue South Nashville TN United States
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Oct 30, 2009
Protester sues Church of Scientology / College student says peaceful protest intent led to arrest — WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
More: Youtube
Type: TV
Author(s): Dennis Ferrier
Source: WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A college student is suing the Nashville Church of Scientology, a security company and three off-duty Spring Hill police officers for $6 million. Thomas Parker said he was knocked to the ground, handcuffed and arrested, for nothing more than attempting to peacefully protest. The Church of Scientology's grand opening turned into a grand mess when hired security arrested protesters. It would have been a he-said, she-said – except that it was all caught on tape. Parker was on ...
Oct 30, 2009
Protester sues Church of Scientology's Nashville center — The Tennessean
More: tennessean.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Bob Smietana
Source: The Tennessean
A Murfreesboro man has filed a $6 million lawsuit against the Church of Scientology's Nashville celebrity center claiming that guards hired by the church assaulted him while he was staging a protest. Thomas A. Parker and other members of an anti-Scientology group called Anonymous planned to protest the center's grand opening on April 25. Parker and others were walking down Eighth Avenue South, when two off-duty Spring Hill police officers, hired as security guards by the church, confronted them, the suit ...
Jul 7, 2009
Councilmember Sandra Moore and Scientology: A Pith Poll — Nashville Scene
Type: Blog
Author(s): Caleb Hannan
Source: Nashville Scene
So let's say you're a councilmember representing some outpost in Nashville. For fun, let's call this place Ledge Hill. As Ledge Hill's representative, it's your job to be present in the community. And part of that presence is a breakfast, usually in a church basement, held once a month. Because you don't just represent one person, you represent everyone living in Ledge Hill, and because every vote counts, thus far you've done your best to include all denominations: Methodist, Catholic, Presbyterian. ...
May 7, 2009
Laws broken in Scientology church security — WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
More: xenutv.wordpress.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Dennis Ferrier
Source: WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – There are problems with how security for a Nashville Scientology event was handled, and laws appear to have been broken. In a home video, a group of protesters walk toward the Church of Scientology on the day of the church's grand opening and are stopped by security guards, who knock one protester to the ground and have him arrested for criminal trespass. The altercation happened 400 yards from the church, on the other side of the street. Public ...
May 6, 2009
Protesters say they were bullied by police — WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
More: xenutv.wordpress.com
Type: TV
Author(s): Dennis Ferrier
Source: WSMV (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A protest at the Church of Scientology in Nashville led to pushing, shoving, an arrest and the whole thing was caught on tape. The tape, protesters said, proves they were assaulted and bullied by security guards for no reason. A Middle Tennessee State University student doesn't want his name revealed after what happened on April 25 at Nashville's new Church of Scientology on Eighth Avenue. The man is in a group called Anonymous that protests Church of Scientology ...
May 3, 2009
Dissent and scientology are mutually exclusive apparently [comments section is especially informative] — Blorbis
Type: Blog
Source: Blorbis
After publishing this article, supporters of the Church of Scientology sent correspondence to Orbis complaining about what they perceived to be a bias in favor of Anonymous. The fact that they apparently keep such close tabs on media about scientology (Vanderbilt Orbis, after all, isn’t as well-known or as well-distributed as the New York Times) doesn’t do much to further their case that they don’t take… aggressive measures… to silence their critics. In the meantime, the Nashville scientologists have apparently decided ...
Apr 24, 2009
Road work in Nashville area — The Tennessean
Type: Press
Source: The Tennessean
Street closure — Sunday, Edgehill Avenue, 21st Avenue South to 19th Avenue South, crane in the road. Advertisement Street closure — Today through May 1, Old Glenrose Avenue, Glenrose Avenue to Dodge Drive for railroad work. Detour required. Vanderbilt University street closures — Saturday, for the Dave Matthews Band concert the following streets will be closed: * Jess Neely Drive, 25th Avenue South to Natchez Trace * Kensington Place, Natchez Trace to 25th Avenue South * Vanderbilt Place, 31st Avenue South ...
Apr 7, 2009
Nashville Building make-over invites onlookers — NewsChannel 5 (Nashville, Tennessee)
Type: TV
Source: NewsChannel 5 (Nashville, Tennessee)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Nashville building on the National Registry of Historical places is getting a multi-million dollar makeover. Construction crews are working everyday bringing new life to the old Fall School building. "People are excited to see it returning to its former glory," says business neighbor William Walter. Walter admits the group moving in has raised curiosity. "They're just redoing the whole thing - doors, walls, windows. They took down the fixtures, so that should be a pretty impressive building ...
Mar 22, 2009
Scientology grows with new center — The Tennessean
Type: Press
Author(s): Chris Echegaray
Source: The Tennessean
Controversial religion wants more visibility in Nashville By Chris Echegaray Gannett Tennessee The Church of Scientology is expanding in Nashville, opening what the religion calls a "celebrity centre" at the historic Fall School Business Center on 8th Avenue South and Chestnut Street. Renovations are under way at the 36,000 square-foot building, with an opening expected before summer, said Gaetane Asselin and Wendy Beccaccini, who are overseeing the project. The current location at 1204 16th Ave. S. will close when the new ...
Mar 6, 2009
Permit Patrol: 6 March 2009 — Nashville Post (TN)
More: forums.whyweprotest.net
Type: Press
Author(s): Kyle Swenson
Source: Nashville Post (TN)
A new one-story medical building is set to break ground near the Summit Medical Center. J.E. Crain & Sons recently pulled permits for the construction of the 21,750-square-foot structure. The work is valued at $1.5 million. The Church of Scientology is moving ahead with its renovation of a building at 1130 Eight Ave. S. Permits were recently pulled for $1.3 million worth of interior work to the structure. Simone Azzam’s Nova Construction is handling the work. Regent Homes is pressing ahead ...
Feb 20, 2009
Permit Patrol: 20 February 2009 — Nashville Post (TN)
More: forums.whyweprotest.net
Type: Press
Author(s): Kyle Swenson
Source: Nashville Post (TN)
By Kyle Swenson 02-20-2009 2:57 PM — Work will soon begin on the three-building Autumn Wood Terrace Apartment Complex at 1316 Tulip Grove Road in Hermitage. The complex is being constructed by Bacar Constructors Inc. and is valued at $10 million. MDHA is preparing for the interior renovation of 50 units at its Gernert Studio Apartments at 1101 Edgehill Ave. The construction is valued at $1.2 million and is being handled by the Carter Group. Alan Utz & Associates have pulled ...
Jun 30, 2008
Church of Scientology buys a bigger home in Nashville — Nashville City Paper
Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Lawson
Source: Nashville City Paper
The Church of Scientology is stepping up its visibility in Nashville. Late last Thursday, the church purchased the Fall School Business Center along Eighth Avenue South for $6 million. The property reportedly will become the new home of the church’s Celebrity Centre Nashville, which currently sits in a small house along Music Row. The Fall School site has roughly 36,000-square-feet of space. Church officials said more space was needed to meet growing demand. On average, officials said 2,000 Scientologists are served ...
Jun 30, 2008
Historic nature of Fall School justifies $6 million price tag, Scientologists say — Nashville Business Journal
Type: Press
Source: Nashville Business Journal
Representatives of the Church of Scientology say they paid a premium for the Fall School Business Center because of the historic nature of the 19th century building. The Church of Scientology Religious Trust purchased the executive suit building at 1130 Eighth Ave. S. along with adjacent properties at 1112 and 1114 Eighth Ave. S. for $6 million from Fall School Associates June 26, according to records and the Davidson County Register of Deeds. "The building's integrity has been maintained by the ...
Jun 27, 2008
Church of Scientology buys Falls School Business Center — Nashville Business Journal
Type: Press
Author(s): Turner Hutchens
Source: Nashville Business Journal
The Church of Scientology Religious Trust has bought the Fall School Business Center on 8th Avenue. The Scientology trust purchased the executive suit building at 1130 8th Ave. S. along with adjacent properties at 1112 and 1114 8th Ave. S. for $6 million from Fall School Associates June 26, according to records and the Davidson County Register of Deeds. "It was just a persistence of the part of the buyer to continue to purse and be interested in a historic building," ...
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