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Aug 2, 1984
Scientology leader renews fight over forged check — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jeff Mangum
Source: Tampa Tribune (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Church of Scientology President Heber C. Jentzsch renewed charges involving a forged $2 million check and a "conspiracy" by sect foe Michael Flynn during a Wednesday press conference. Flynn, a Boston attorney, represents more than a dozen ex-Scientologists who have sued the sect. In May 1982 Flynn coordinated highly-publicized city hearings on Scientology. "Mr. Flynn was involved and is involved in acts that involve organized crime," Jentzsch told reporters and 50 supporters on the steps of Clearwater City Hall. ...
Feb 3, 1984
Private detective outlines undercover church probe — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Jan 14, 1983
Britons: Hubbard has written album called 'Space Jazz' — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
May 7, 1982
Ex-member cites abuse by church — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
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Author(s): Tom Ward
Source: Tampa Tribune (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Lori Taverna was a young, impressionable mother of two children when a friend took her to a free lecture given by the Church of Scientology in June 1965. "It sounded very good," she testified Thursday. "It sounded like it was something I was looking for. "I thought it was great," she said. "I was joining a group that would handle drugs crime and war. And, my children would be growing up in this." Part of Taverna's education by the ...
May 6, 1982
Witnesses are critical of church — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
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Author(s): Tom Ward
Source: Tampa Tribune (Florida)
CLEARWATER — The Church of Scientology deceives, brainwashes and takes money from its followers, and its founder is a man who beat his wife and is preoccupied with sex, two witnesses told the City Commission Wednesday. The hearings are being held by the city to investigate church practices. One of those witnesses was the 47-year-old son of church founder L Ron Hubbard. Another witness was Ed Walters, a former high-ranking church official, who said followers are encouraged to donate all their ...
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