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Scientologists accuse U.S. judge of bias as suit against ex-member is dismissed

Title: Scientologists accuse U.S. judge of bias as suit against ex-member is dismissed
Date: Wednesday, 14 August 1985
Publisher: Los Angeles Times (California)
Author: George Ramos
Main source: articles.latimes.com
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Los Angeles' chief federal judge, who has been accused of bias by Church of Scientology officials, Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by the church against a former member. The ruling by Chief U.S. District Judge Manuel Real came after he again ordered a Scientology attorney removed from the courtroom for arguing too much. On Monday, Real sent another church lawyer, Donald C. Randolph of Los Angeles, to jail — also for arguing. Although Randolph was released from custody several hours later, ... [Read the rest at articles.latimes.com]