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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Feb 13, 2009 Estate of Kyle Thomas Brennan v. Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, Inc., Denise Miscavige Gentile, Gerald Gentile, and Thomas Brennan: Complaint for wrongful death
Feb 2, 2009 The Gerry Ryan Show: John Duignan [starts at 1h 33m] — RTÉ 2fm (Ireland) More:
Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, forums.whyweprotest.net Jan 31, 2009 Trial date set for fraud case against Church of Scientology in France — Wikinews
Jan 23, 2009 Devoir d'enquête: "La Scientologie: La secte démasquée" [Part 1] [Unofficial English translation] — RTBF 1 (Belgium) More:
Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Jan 21, 2009 Claire Headley v. Church of Scientology International, Religious Technology Center (January 2009)
Jan 21, 2009 Veiled legal threats from Diskeeper — realitybasedcommunity.net
Jan 5, 2009 Marc Headley v. Church of Scientology International (Case no. BC 404 958)
Dec 27, 2008 Mayor evicts Second Chance: Center violated its lease, city says — Albuquerque Journal
Mayor Martin Chavez on Friday sent a notice to the Second Chance rehabilitation program, ordering it out of the old West Side jail by Jan. 31.
The city contends that Second Chance violated its lease agreement by housing violent offenders and making unauthorized changes to the building.
C h ave z said he was particularly c onc er ne d that Second Ch a nc e, i n h is v iew, had recently moved some of its residents to "avoid ...
Dec 24, 2008 Keith Henson Appeal: Time to Undo an Injustice — Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)
Dec 12, 2008 Ninth Circuit court rejects arguments that children's religious school tuition should be tax deductible — MarketWatch
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today rejected taxpayers Michael and Marla Sklars’ argument that they were entitled to claim deductions for tuition and fees paid to their children’s Orthodox Jewish day schools, the Justice Department announced.
The Sklars sought charitable deductions under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code for portions of their tuition payments made to the religious day schools their children attended, asserting that those portions of the tuition payments were for “intangible ...
Nov 16, 2008 Cruise church bid to gag Irish book: Amazon removes exposé after Scientologist legal threat — Sunday World (Ireland)
Nov 11, 2008 Amazon UK pulls Scientology exposé for 'legal reasons' — The Register (UK)
Oct 24, 2008 “Battling Scientology” Follow-Up — Boston Phoenix
Depending on whom you ask, Massachusetts-based protest organizer Gregg Housh had a major victory — or a significant loss — in Boston Municipal Court this Wednesday. As reported in The Phoenix this past week in the feature “Battling Scientology,” Housh faced charges of harassment, disturbing the peace, and disturbing religious worship for his involvement with the picket group Anonymous and his actions against the Boston Church of Scientology. According to an Anonymous press statement that circulated earlier this afternoon: “On October ...
Oct 23, 2008 Gunzer Scientology DDOS Department of Justice legal documents — Wikileaks
Oct 22, 2008 Scientology protester’s case continued without a finding — Lawyers Weekly (Boston)
David E. Frank
Lawyers Weekly (Boston)
I have to admit I didn’t see this coming, but a Boston Municipal Court judge has continued without a finding the case against a man accused of disrupting proceedings at the Back Bay Church of Scientology earlier this year. On Oct. 22, Judge Thomas C. Horgan imposed a one-year CWOF against Gregg Housh, who had been charged with disturbing an assembly of worship and disturbing the peace. As part of the plea, Housh was ordered to stay away from the Back ...
Oct 22, 2008 Scientology protester’s case continued without finding — Suffolk County
Type: Press release
SCIENTOLOGY PROTESTER’S CASE CONTINUED WITHOUT FINDING Oct. 22, 2008 A Boston Municipal Court judge today continued for one year the case against a Woburn man alleged to have disturbed proceedings at the Back Bay Church of Scientology earlier this year, and will dismiss the case if the defendant abides by certain conditions during that time. Judge Thomas C. Horgan imposed a one-year continuance without a finding in the case against GREGG HOUSH (D.O.B. 10/17/76), who had been charged with disturbing an ...
Oct 17, 2008 'Anonymous' Member Unmasked, Charged With Web Attack on Scientology — Wired
Oct 17, 2008 US teen admits to 'Anonymous' DDoS attack on Scientology — The Register (UK)
Oct 15, 2008 Alexander Godelman, Marc Le Shay v. Diskeeper Corporation: Discriminatory discharge
Oct 4, 2008 Gloria Lopez — France 2
Oct 2, 2008 19/20 National: Gloria Lopez (French) — France 3
Sep 18, 2008 Scientology Facing Murky Future in France — ABC News More:
rickross.com Sep 8, 2008 Scientologists charged with fraud in France: source — Reuters
PARIS (Reuters) - A French judge has ordered two branches of the Church of Scientology and seven of its leaders to stand trial for fraud, a judicial source said on Monday. The case is the latest in a series of legal battles that have pitted the French judicial system against the Scientologists, who are viewed by the authorities as a sect. The latest suit centers on a complaint made in 1998 by a woman who said she was enrolled into the ...
Sep 8, 2008 Scientology 'faces French trial' — BBC News
The Church of Scientology in France will be tried in court for "organised fraud", according to legal sources. The lawyer for one of the plaintiffs behind the case told the BBC that if convicted the controversial Church could be banned. The Church has faced stiff opposition in France as well as Germany, where it has been declared unconstitutional. The French branch of the Church of Scientology said it had been cleared of "numerous" similar charges. It said such charges should not ...
Sep 8, 2008 Scientology faces French trial for fraud, prescribing drugs: source — Google News
PARIS (AFP) - The Church of Scientology is to be tried for fraud, and seven of its members for illegally prescribing drugs, legal sources said Monday, in the latest clash between French officials and the controversial religion. The charges stem from a case taken by a woman who said she paid the church more than 20,000 euros (28,000 dollars) for lessons, books, drugs and an "electrometer," a device which the church says can measure a person's mental state. She allegedly made ...
Aug 27, 2008 Church of Scientology seeks home in Bucks — The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Freda R. Savana
The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
A. Rhodes Wilson is no stranger to Plumstead Township, nor is his property at 5571 Easton Road. For nearly five years, Wilson and his wife, Jana, have been at war with the township over how they can use the single-family dwelling they have never lived in. The couple lives in Buckingham. In the most recent turn of events, the Wilsons are looking for approval to use the building, once home to Rhodes Wilson's accounting business, as the Church of Scientology Mission ...
Aug 13, 2008 Scientology's antagonists — SF Weekly
An ex-Scientologist and an army of online pranksters attempt to bring down the controversial religion. Maybe it's his badass black outfit with blood-red letters screaming "Scientology Kills." Or possibly it's his crew cut, or his nose slammed 45 degrees left after catching one too many right hooks. Maybe it's the hardcore cell-phone earpiece or the camcorder strapped to his palm to record confrontations. Whatever it is, when Tommy Gorman stands at a man's door demanding he get his "chicken-shit ass out ...
Aug 8, 2008 RE: In the matter of Absylom Kwabena Nyamekye, M.D. — State of New York
Aug 4, 2008 Clearwater Sun alum says city desk clerk was a spy for Scientology — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
All acknowledgement to Poynter's Jim Romenesko, whose blog [http://www.poynter.org/column.asp?id=45] alerted me to the Reporter's Notebook Web site [http://www.reportersnotebook.net/article.php3?id_article=57], which contains a compelling collection of memories by alums of the long gone Clearwater Sun newspaper. While I'm not so sure about the contention that a newspaper 25 miles away can't provide comprehensive coverage of a community, it is illuminating and sobering to read about the Sun's glory days.
A particular standout is the essay crafted by Mike Pride [http://nenews.org/stories/639.html], a well-regarded, recently-retired ...
Jul 19, 2008 Scientology Group Taken To Court By Apostolic Church Leader — Pacific Magazine More: pacificmagazine.net
The Cook Islands High Court will hear an application today (Friday local time) for the demolition of a tent set up by the Church of Scientology in the middle of the capital, Avarua. The writ was filed in court by Reverend Alfred Morris, who leads a local Apostolic church in Rarotonga. Last week the Cook Islands government gave the green light to visiting Church of Scientology representatives Mathew Andrews and Winnie Lawrence to put up posters. However, they were advised the ...
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