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1 2 Jul 31, 2010 Scientology church finds new home in Queen Anne neighborhood — Seattle Times
Jul 30, 2009 Letters to the Editor // Scientology story didn't give faith, its leaders a fair chance — Seattle Times
Nov 19, 2007 Public never warned about dangerous device — Seattle Times
Jul 28, 2007 Sci-fi author seeks new slan-fans for van Vogt with masterwork's sequel — Seattle Times
Nov 18, 2006 Sun, surf and Scientology? — Seattle Times
Aug 28, 2006 Paramount-Cruise plot thickens: Spielberg left in dark — Seattle Times
Apr 3, 2003 School group threatens to fight levies — Seattle Times
Dec 4, 2001 Scientology followers acquitted — Seattle Times
MADRID — A Spanish court yesterday acquitted 15 members and employees of the Church of Scientology on charges of criminal conspiracy, closing a case dating to 1984. The court said there was no evidence to support prosecutors' allegations that drug rehabilitation and other programs sponsored by the church in Spain amounted to illicit gatherings aimed at activities such as bilking people of money. The Church of Scientology has 10,000 members in Spain. It is officially classified as a lay association with ...
Dec 9, 1999 Britain denies Scientologists status as charitable group — Seattle Times
LONDON - Government officials denied the Church of Scientology charitable status today, saying it does not provide any public services.
Scientologists said they would appeal the decision, announced by the Charity Commission, which regulates charities.
The commission said the church did not meet the essential test for charitable status - "that of conferring public benefit."
Graeme Wilson, public-affairs director for the Church of Scientology in Britain, called the decision "wrong on the law and wrong on the facts."
"If the same ...
Dec 6, 1999 Letters To The Editor // Scientology -- news article omits reason church has been targeted — Seattle Times
May 22, 1999 Amazon.com to restore book critical of Scientology — Seattle Times
SEATTLE — Responding to e-mail complaints, Amazon.com says it will restore a book critical of the Scientology movement to its online catalog. The book, "A Piece of Blue Sky," by British writer Jon Atack, was banned by a British court following a successful 1995 defamation lawsuit against Atack. Amazon.com pulled the book in February, but said this week that it would reinstate it. "While the decision in February seemed the right thing to do at the time, we thought we could ...
Mar 23, 1999 Anti-Cult Group Must Pay Award — Seattle Times
Mar 22, 1999 Supreme court rules against anti-cult network — Seattle Times
Dec 14, 1998 Sect Appeal: A&E Examines The Scientology Phenomenon — Seattle Times
Nov 18, 1998 For those who were there, Jonestown's a part of each day — Seattle Times
Sep 3, 1998 Who wins when rights conflict? — Seattle Times
Aug 28, 1998 Court oks anti-cult jury award — Seattle Times
Apr 10, 1998 Court Upholds Damages In Kirkland Teen's Anti-Cult Case — Seattle Times
Dec 31, 1997 Scientologists' Deal With IRS: $12.5 Million — Seattle Times
Dec 28, 1997 Church of Scientology Hits Critics Where They Live — Seattle Times
Oct 28, 1997 Germany vs. Scientology // Group goes to court to seek status as a religion, not business — Seattle Times
Mar 28, 1997 Internet provided way to pay bills, spread message before suicide — Seattle Times
Feb 14, 1997 Celebrity Scientologists tell Congress Germany persecutes them — Seattle Times
Dec 23, 1996 New Twist In Anti-Cult Saga: Foe Is Now Ally -- Bellevue Man Who Put Group Into Bankruptcy Fires Scientology Lawyer — Seattle Times
Dec 1, 1996 It's a hostile takeover of a nonprofit — Seattle Times
Dec 1, 1996 Scientologist Buys Bankrupt Cult-Fighting Organization — Seattle Times
Oct 4, 1996 Man enters not-guilty plea in Scientology-center shooting — Seattle Times
PORTLAND — The man accused of shooting four people in a Church of Scientology branch pleaded not guilty today to 13 criminal counts arising from the Sept. 25 incident. Along with the shootings, Jarius Godeka is accused of taking a hostage and setting a fire at the church's Celebrity Centre. No trial date was set. Godeka, who was jailed briefly early this year for threatening to kill church members and demanding money, had blamed the church for business problems.
Aug 5, 1996 Church Of Scientology settles dispute with internet provider — Seattle Times
SAN JOSE, Calif. - The Church of Scientology has settled a copyright dispute with an Internet provider that many in the computer industry worried would restrict freedom of expression in cyberspace. The church and Netcom On-Line Communication Services, one of the nation's largest Internet-access providers, agreed not to discuss details of the out-of-court settlement. They did say, however, that the online service has posted a warning to its subscribers telling them not to use Netcom to "unlawfully distribute the intellectual property ...
Oct 24, 1995 Only police may search your home, right? Guess again — Seattle Times
Sep 30, 1995 Man wins $5 million in deprogramming suit // Mother had tried to wrest son away from Bellevue church — Seattle Times
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