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Jul 19, 1980
Former Scientologist opposes moving trial to California — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jun 28, 1980
Scientology suit trial site shifted — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Craig Roberton
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The Church of Scientology has won the first major skirmish in a $1.5-million damage suit brought against it by former Clearwater Mayor Gabriel Cazares and his wife Maggie. Circuit Judge Fred Bryson ruled Friday that there has been so much negative publicity about Scientology in Pinellas County that a fair and impartial jury could not be seated here. He ordered that the trial portion of the Cazares' suit be moved to Daytona Beach. Asked what factors led to his decision, Bryson ...
Jan 22, 1980
The Scientology Papers: Big FBI raid led to conspiracy trial of cult leaders Court hears of spying, theft of government files — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): John Marshall
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
About 100 agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation learned on July 6, 1977, that they would be participating two days later in an operation unprecedented in the United States. The notification, described two years later in a Washington court room, said the agents would be raiding offices of an organization that some governments, in the United States, Canada and elsewhere, officially classified as a religion — the Church of Scientology.
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 25, 1979
Scientology trial postponed; plea-bargaining talks likely — Los Angeles Times (California)
Sep 19, 1979
Scientology secrets revealed in 2 million dollar consumer fraud case // Scientology on trial — Bay Guardian (San Francisco)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Richard H. Meeker
Source: Bay Guardian (San Francisco)
How a Portland jury got a crash course in one of the oddest "religions" ever created and awarded the plaintiff more than $2. million Note: This summer, a jury in Portland spent a month listening to testimony in a $4 million lawsuit over the practices of the Church of Scientology there. The plaintiff: Julie Christofferson, a young Portland woman who was a follower of Scientology in 1975 and 1976. The defendants: three local Scientology organizations and one of their leaders. ''Richard ...
Jan 23, 1979
Judge Removes Himself From Scientology Trial — Los Angeles Times (California)
May 28, 1976
Judge: Request to transfer Scientology trial is premature — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Vernon Kirby
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — A Circuit Court judge witheld a ruling Thursday on the Church of Scientology's bid to move Clearwater Mayor Gabriel Cazares' 8-million libel suit against the church out of the county. Circuit Judge John S. Andrews indicated that he probably will deny the transfer request unless attempts to seat an impartial jury are unsuccessful. "I believe at this time that it is premature," Andrews said at the outset of the brief hearing on the motion for a change of venue ...
Nov 16, 1955
Minister's trial reset here — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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Type: Press
Source: Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
Trial of Edd Clark, 56, a minister in the Church of American Science, yesterday was reset for Jan. 3 by Superior Judge Fred J. Hyder. Clark, who resides at 1811 N. First Ave., was scheduled to go on trial yesterday on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. Harry A. Stewart Jr., attorney for Clark, advised Judge Hyder he had been ill several weeks and had been unable to properly prepare his client's defense. Charles C. Stidham, chief deputy criminal ...
Sep 21, 1955
Clark trial set Nov. 16 — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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Type: Press
Source: Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
Edd Clark, 56, a minister in the Church of American Science, will go on trial Nov. 16 in superior court on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. Clark, 1811 N. First Ave., appeared yesterday before Superior Judge Fred L. Hyder and pleaded innocent to the charge. He was arrested early this month after a police woman and a secretary in the office of County Attorney William P. Mahoney Jr., charged they paid him $55 for treatment of non-existent ailments. ...
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