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church of scientology of california (csc) • clearwater • cost • david miscavige • death • florida • fort harrison hotel (also, flag land base) @ 210 south fort harrison avenue clearwater fl united states • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • gabriel "gabe" cazares • heber c. jentzsch • infiltration • internal revenue service (irs) • lawsuit • legal • lisa mcpherson • mary sue (whipp) hubbard • michael j. flynn • office of special affairs (osa) (formerly, guardian's office) • operation snow white • real estate • richard a. haworth • sea organization (sea org, so) • super power/flag building (formerly, gray moss inn) @ 215 south fort harrison avenue clearwater fl united states • tax matter • thomas c. tobin
Reference materials Wikipedia: Gabe Cazares investigates churchSt. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Oct 3, 1985
Inkeeper appeals ruling to close landmark hotel — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Sep 25, 1985
Letters to the Editor — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Aug 6, 1985
City, sect clash in federal appeals court — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Jul 21, 1985
Oregon decision has bearing on city, sect says — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Jul 17, 1985
Scientology case declared mistrial — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Jun 13, 1985
Sect ends protests — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Church of Scientology on Wednesday ended four weeks of mass rallies protesting a $39 million court award to a former member who claimed the organization defrauded her with false promises. However, Scientology president Heber Jentzch said a small contingent of followers, would remain in Portland to monitor an appeal of the verdict.
Jun 7, 1985
Letter to the Editor // On Scientology — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
On Scientology Editor: There appears to be a parallel between Arthur Krowitz's defense of Scientology (May 28 issue of Clearwater Sun) and military mentality: "The best means of defense is a direct attack." A raw, crude, offensive approach in support of "religious practice" is hardly the spiritual approach as most of us understand it. Students of Scientology who flood Clearwater from all corners of the United States, the continent, etc., are often eager to share their experience with anyone who will ...
May 30, 1985
Scientologists argue for mistrial — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — More than 1,000 Scientologists lined the halls of a county courthouse and marched outside Wednesday while a lawyer argued for a mistrial in the case of a $39 million fraud judgment for a former member of the group. Jurors who returned the judgment against the Church of Scientology were deliberately misled by the plaintiff's attorney, said Earle C. Cooley, a lawyer for the group, in arguments before Multnomah County Circuit Judge Donald H. Londer. Cooley also contended ...
May 22, 1985
Powwow amid protest — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Julie Christofferson Titchbourne, who received a $39 million fraud judgment against the Church of Scientology, listens Monday afternoon as her lawyer, Garry McMurray, explains details of the case in Portland, Ore. On Tuesday, more than 500 Scientologists marched to the capitol in Salem during the fifth day of their verdict protest. The marchers linked arms and sang 'We Shall Overcome' and 'America the Beautiful.'
May 22, 1985
Scientologists march again to protest Portland verdict [exact date unknown] — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Author(s): Jack Reynolds
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Clearwater Scientologists marched again Tuesday night. Some 400 church members held a 10 p.m., hour-long candlelight procession through the downtown area and out onto Memorial Causeway. A church spokesman said the action was part of a coordinated worldwide protest against a May 17 Oregon court decision awarding $39 million to ex-church member Julie Titchbourne, who claimed the church had failed to make good on promises to improve her eyesight and intelligence. "A similar march began at 7 p.m. in ...
May 21, 1985
Travolta joins sect protest of $39 million judgment — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Thousands of Scientologists, buoyed by an appearance by church member John Travolta, marched downtown Monday in the third day of protests over a $39 million fraud judgment against their church and its leader. Police Sgt. Jay Decker estimated "a few thousand" Church of Scientology members participated in the demonstration. "There will be more," he predicted, as the weeklong series of rallies and concerts progresses. Scientologists had been arriving in Portland from across the United States, Europe and ...
May 20, 1985
Sect protest gathers steam — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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PORTLAND, Ore.—Members of the Church of Scientology converged on Portland on Sunday to protest a $39 million fraud judgment which one church leader called "a slap in the face of the First Amendment." The Rev. John Carmichael, head of the church in Oregon, predicted Sunday morning that the Multnomah County Circuit Court jury award will not stand on appeal. "Major disasters in which hundreds of people are killed don't get $39 million judgments," Carmichael said. In Clearwater, Scientology midday followers gathered ...
May 19, 1985
Local sect members protest jury decision — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Author(s): Jack Reynolds
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
CLEARWATER—Local members of the Church of Scientology took to the streets Saturday night to protest a $39 million jury award to an Oregon woman who claimed she was defrauded by the sect. Approximately 300 Clearwater Scientologists mounted a candlelight vigil to protest the Portland jury's Friday action in favor of disgruntled former church member Julie Christofferson Titchbourne. The Scientologists paraded from their headquarters at the former Fort Harrison Hotel through downtown Clearwater to the Coachmen Park area, where they listened to ...
May 18, 1985
Woman awarded $39 million in Scientology trial — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Author(s): Roch Thornton
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
PORTLAND, Ore.—A jury Friday awarded $39 million to a woman who says the Church of Scientology defrauded her with claims it would improve her eyesight and make her more intelligent. The Multnomah Circuit Court jury, after a 10-week trial and 2½ days of deliberations, found the church defrauded Julie Christofferson Titchbourne, a church member for nine months, in 1975 and 1976. "This is a ridiculous decision. The Constitution is in serious trouble in the state of Oregon and we will appeal," ...
Apr 20, 1985
Hubbard removed as a defendant — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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From Sun reports A judge in Los Angeles Friday removed Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard as a defendant in a $25 million suit by a former member who claims church promises that its methods Improve mental health are a fraud. Superior Court Judge Norman Epstein said he dropped Hubbard from the suit because the plaintiff's attorneys were unable to find him for three years to serve him with official notice of the legal action. The suit continues against the ...
Apr 9, 1985
Cult deprogrammer must pay Scientology attorney's fees — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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LOS ANGELES (AP)—A cult deprogrammer who violated a woman's civil rights by holding her captive 38 days in 1979 was ordered Monday to pay attorney's fees to the Church of Scientology. U.S. District Judge William Matthew Byrne Jr. also imposed sanctions against Ted Patrick of San Diego because he allegedly impeded discovery actions in the civil suit, heard in 1984, by his failure to turn over videotapes promptly. Byrne did not describe the sanctions or disclose the amount of fees being ...
Apr 9, 1985
Hubbard no-show could nix suit — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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A class-action suit filed by the Church of Scientology against numerous agencies of the federal government is expected to be dismissed because sect founder L. Ron Hubbard failed to appear for a court-ordered deposition last week. Attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice, who are representing the federal government in the 1978 case, filed notice Monday that Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard failed to show up for a court-ordered deposition last week in Washington, D.C. According to Justice Department attorney John ...
Apr 2, 1985
Hubbard's failure to appear leads to lawsuit's dismissal — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Apr 2, 1985
Judge dismisses $2-million suit by Scientology — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Mar 26, 1985
Affidavit attacks Flynn's strategy — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Mar 21, 1985
Hubbard fails to show up — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Mar 7, 1985
The Driver's Seat // Five ways to honor L. Ron baby — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Author(s): Bob Driver
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Next Wednesday is L. Ron Hubbard's birthday. He founded Scientology, and so his followers are looking for ways to celebrate. They have asked Clearwater to extend its heartiest best wishes to Hubbard. This is tough to do, because the officials and people of Clearwater don't feel many good wishes for Hubbard. Hubbard and his henchmen arrived in town late in 1975 and began telling lies. They said they belonged to the United Churches of Florida. But when Mayor Gabe Cazares and ...
Mar 6, 1985
Sect wants Hubbard's birthday honored — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Feb 28, 1985
Suburbanites salute Scientology's L. Ron Hubbard — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Feb 13, 1985
Church complains about sect's radio override — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Feb 5, 1985
Editorial: Scientologists should cease kidding the city — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Feb 1, 1985
Sect won't talk about hush-hush investigation — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Jan 20, 1985
Tenney remained silent on Scientologists — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Dec 28, 1984
Letters to the Editor: Disgusted reader — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Dec 21, 1984
Scientology papers opened, resealed — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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