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Aug 1, 1983 Scientologists' 'hiring' practices draw criticism — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More: news.google.com, news.google.com
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — In Pinellas County — with its 7 percent unemployment rate the signs on the four Church of Scientology buildings draw attention. Two say simply, "Now Hiring." Others promise a job with "low pay — great future." One along busy U.S. 19 touts jobs for "kitchen personnel." Two others boast: "We are recruiting." What the signs don't say is that the Church of Scientology isn't looking for employees. It is trying to recruit members. The signs also don't say that ...
Mar 20, 1983 Police Probing Academy Course By Scientologist — Washington Post
The D.C. Police Department is conducting an internal investigation to determine how members of the Church of Scientology, a controversial religious group that has been investigated by law enforcement agencies, were able to set up a course for recruits at the D.C. Police Training Academy, police officials said. The course, taught by church members, was set up without the approval of Chief Maurice T. Turner Jr. and is contrary to the department's procedures regarding outsiders teaching police academy courses, according to ...
Mar 11, 1983 Stall police, destroy evidence is Scientology plan, PCs say — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Globe and Mail (Canada)
Officials of the Church of Scientology have a system to
and stall any police search at their headquarters in Toronto, says a statement by Attorney-General Roy McMurtry and Solicitor-General George Taylor. The actions of the 100 Ontario Provincial Police officers who raided the church's headquarters on Yonge Street on March 3 with sledge hammers and fire extinguishers were defended in the statement, which accuses church officials and lawyers of spreading misinformation about the raid. The allegations about a ...
Mar 4, 1983 Police storm Scientology headquarters seize records — Toronto Star (Canada)
Mar 4, 1983 Scientology office stormed by police, documents seized — Toronto Star (Canada)
Mar 3, 1983 Canadian police raid church for documents in fraud investigation — Associated Press
TORONTO — More than 100 police officers swept through the offices of a Church of Scientology building Thursday seizing documents as possible evidence in an investigation of fraud against the federal and Ontario governments. Inspector Phil Caney said the two-year investigation centers on a non-profit tax exemption obtained by Scientology "by alleged misrepresentations." Ontario Provincial Police also are investigating consumer fraud in the marketing of courses and alleged conspiracy to commit indictable offenses "where perceived necessary to protect the interests of ...
Mar 1, 1983 INFORMATION TO OBTAIN A SEARCH WARRANT
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