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Nov 6, 1985
Court documents revealed despite Scientology protest — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Author(s): Richard Benke
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
LOS ANGELES — The Church of Scientology secretly teaches that 75 million years ago Earth was called Teegeeach and was among 90 planets ruled by Xemu, who spread his evil by thermonuclear bombs, according to court documents that sect members tried to prevent the public from seeing. Xemu, attempting to solve overpopulation problems, destroyed selected inhabitants of the planets and implanted the seeds of aberrant behavior in their spirits to affect future generations of mankind, according to the documents briefly placed ...
Nov 5, 1985
Scientologists block access to secret documents // 1,500 crowd into courthouse to protect materials on fundamental beliefs — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Author(s): Joel Sappell, Robert W. Welkos
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
In one of the largest court demonstrations in Los Angeles in years, about 1,500 Church of Scientology members crammed three floors of the County Courthouse on Monday, effectively blocking public access to documents that the church considers secret and sacred. For hours, Scientologists swamped workers in the clerk's office with hundreds of requests to photocopy the documents, which reveal some of the organization's most fundamental beliefs. Scientology attorneys have argued that disclosure of the materials is a violation of the group's ...
Nov 4, 1985
[...Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Alfred L. Margolis has removed himself...] — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Citing a scheduling conflict in January, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Alfred L. Margolis has removed himself from the trial of former Church of Scientology member Larry Wollersheim, who is suing the church for fraud. The judge's announcement came during the third week of pretrial motions. Margolis said he would decide the motions under submission, but asked attorneys for both sides to return for selection of a new judge. Church attorneys had told Margolis they expected the trial to last a ...
Oct 22, 1985
[A Los Angeles judge ruled...] — Los Angeles Times (California)
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A Los Angeles judge ruled that allegations about the Church of Scientology's belief in and practice of "auditing" its members may not be introduced as evidence in a $25-million fraud suit. Superior Court Judge Alfred Margolis also granted church motions to disallow any allegations as to the efficacy, successes or failures of auditing, which is the church's term for its confidential pastoral counseling. The Rev. Ken Hoden, president of the church in Los Angeles, said the pretrial rulings were a major ...
Oct 16, 1985
Scientology church loses its bid to avoid punitive damages in suit — Daily News (Los Angeles, California)
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Author(s): Ira Rifkin
Source: Daily News (Los Angeles, California)
Attorneys for the church of Scientology lost a series of key pre-trial motions Tuesday as a $25 million lawsuit seeking to challenge some of the controversial sect's most fundamental aspects got under way in a Los Angeles courtroom. The Superior Court trial began in a circus atmosphere similar to the one that permeated the recent Scientology-related case in Portland, Ore., complete with demonstrators and courtroom outbursts by church supporters. One ruling by Judge Alfred L. Margolis was to deny a church ...
Oct 16, 1985
The Region // [About 150 people rallied at a park...] — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
About 150 people rallied at a park in downtown Los Angeles to protest a $25-million fraud suit filed against the Church of Scientology by a former member. Police said the gathering at the Court of Flags Park on North Hill Street was peaceful. Church members said they expected 2,000 to attend the daylong rally; police said they had anticipated about 1,000. While the rally was proceeding, lawyers for the church argued pretrial motions before Superior Court Judge Alfred Margolis. The lawsuit ...
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