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charlotte ashmun • deprogramming • donald c. randolph • judge william matthew byrne jr. • kidnapping • lawsuit • paula dain • ted patrick
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Apr 9, 1985
Cult deprogrammer must pay Scientology attorney's fees — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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 ...
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