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harassment • peter mansell • religion inc. (book) • silencing criticism, censorship • stephen castle • stewart lamont • the sunday times (uk)
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Sep 21, 1986
Sect members mount campaign against author — The Sunday Times (UK)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Stephen Castle
Source: The Sunday Times (UK)
SUPPORTERS of the Church of Scientology have unleashed a campaign of harassment and intimidation against the author and publishers of a book which is highly critical of the cult. The author, Stewart Lamont, has been inundated with threatening letters and telephone calls from members of the sect, both before and since the publication of his book "Religion Inc" this summer. On one occasion Mr Lamont's neighbours were questioned about his private life by callers posing as future employers. Although it was ...
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