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Jan 22, 1987
Kattar arraigned on 12 charges; more pending — Nashua Telegraph (New Hampshire)
Jun 11, 1985
Former Scientologist settles suit against church — Nashua Telegraph (New Hampshire)
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Type: Press
Source: Nashua Telegraph (New Hampshire)
BOSTON (AP) — A former Church of Scientology member has dropped her $200 million harassment claim against the organization, and group leaders say she settled for $150,000. Jury selection was scheduled to begin Monday in U.S. District Court when Judge W. Arthur Garrity announced that attorneys for La Venda Van Schaick, 35, asked for a dismissal, which he granted. Garrity then cleared the courtroom, which was filled with Scientologist members, after denying requests from attorney Harvey Silverglate and the group's president, ...
Nov 7, 1970
Church briefs // Rumor denied — Nashua Telegraph (New Hampshire)
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Type: Press
Source: Nashua Telegraph (New Hampshire)
The Church of Scientology has issued a statement formally denying a rumor that the National Association of Mental Health has offered it $50 million to cease its research in the field of mental healing. The Rev. S. Beisher, spokesman for the church in New York, said: "I see no possible grounds for these rumors. The Church of Scientology is engaged in an altogether different sphere of activity from the NAMH. We are a religious organisation seeking total spiritual freedom for the ...
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