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Reference materials Red Cross building @ 624 Court Street Clearwater FL United States
9 matching items found between Jan 1975 and Dec 1979. Furthermore, there are 202 matching items for all time not shown.
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Nov 22, 1979
Court rules Scientology documents can be released — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Nov 1, 1979
How cults bilk all of us — Reader's Digest
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Type: Press
Author(s): Carson Williams
Source: Reader's Digest
Because they don't have to file annual financial reports with the IRS, unscrupulous sects can — and do — ignore the law with impunity. Let's close this tax loophole HOW CULTS BILK ALL OF US SOME THREE MILLION AMERICANS have joined cult churches in the last decade, a phenomenon attributed to everything from the breakdown of the family to loss of faith in traditional institutions. One thing is certain: these cults could not have experienced their spectacular rise to wealth and ...
Nov 3, 1978
Scientology news curbed by court — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
The U.S. Justice Department, at least for the next month, cannot disseminate to the public or other governmental agencies documents seized by the FBI from the Church of Scientology July 8, 1977, the U.S. 9th Circuit Circuit of Appeals has ruled. The appellate court said materials seized from the Scientology headquarters here can be presented to federal grand juries, but to no one else pending appeal of the court's order. A hearing on the merits of the Scientology suit seeking to ...
Sep 8, 1978
Scientology in court — Christianity Today
Mar 21, 1978
Court refuses to act in Church of Scientology appeal — New York Times
Sep 1, 1977
Reforming the world in Scientology's image // Hubbard's Electrometer: Tin can technology — Valley News
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Type: Press
Author(s): Brian Alexander
Source: Valley News
The Church of Scientology attempts to reform individuals through its counseling and teaching techniques. It also has a large operation dedicated to reforming society. This comes under the heading of traditional religious activism, Scientologists say, but various government agencies say it goes far beyond. In this, the fourth and final segment of a series on Scientology, the Valley News explores the legal and political entanglements of the church. By BRIAN ALEXANDER The "applied religious philosophy" of Scientology has political as ...
Aug 28, 1977
The Church of Scientology - Religion or traveling medicine show? — Valley News
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Type: Press
Author(s): Brian Alexander
Source: Valley News
The Church of Scientology offers a free personality evaluation to persons interested in its counseling services. Valley News staff writer Brian Alexander took the test at the Sherman Oaks Scientology center, posing as a college student and using an assumed name. As the second segment of a four-part series on the church, he tells what happened. —– The Church of Scientology's free personality test is like a warm handshake, but the grip is too tight. The counselor who evaluates ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 31, 1977
Judge rules in FBI favor in dispute with church [exact date unknown] — Associated Press
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Type: Press
Source: Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The federal government won a major victory in its battle with the Church of Scientology when a judge ruled the FBI's seizure of thousands of church documents was legal. U.S. District Judge Malcolm M. Lucas rejected claims by church attorneys that the FBI exceeded the scope of a search warrant during the seizures last July 8. Federal attorneys said Wednesday's ruling, unless appealed, cleared the way for the documents to be presented to a federal grand jury ...
Jul 30, 1977
Scientologists protest ruling [exact date unknown]
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Type: Press
Ruled against by the Supreme Court, thousands of local members of the Church of Scientology took to the streets in protest and confronted agents of the federal government in an attempt to "educate the public" about alleged harassment of the church. Last week's events were triggered by the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a Washington, D.C. appellate court decision that the search warrant used by the FBI in last July's raids on Washington and Hollywood church offices was valid. The court's ...
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Other web sites with precious media archives. There is also a downloadable SQL dump of this library (use it as you wish, no need to ask permission.)   In May 2008, Ron Sharp's hard work consisting of over 1260 FrontCite tagged articles were integrated with this library. There are more contributors to this library. This library currently contains over 6000 articles, and more added everyday from historical archives.