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Reference materials Laurel J. Sullivan (née Watson)
8 matching items found between Jan 1985 and Dec 1985. Furthermore, there are 33 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 22, 1985
60 Minutes: Scientology / Update [16m 51s] — CBS News
Aug 14, 1985
Scientologists accuse U.S. judge of bias as suit against ex-member is dismissed — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Author(s): George Ramos
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
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, ...
Aug 13, 1985
Scientology lawyer jailed for his jousts with judge — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Author(s): George Ramos
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
A lawyer for the Church of Scientology was jailed for several hours late Monday after he verbally sparred with Los Angeles' chief U.S. district judge, whom church officials have accused of taking away church-related cases from other judges in order to cover up alleged government misconduct. Attorney Donald C. Randolph was taken into custody by federal marshals after he was found in contempt by Judge Manuel Real for repeatedly raising arguments that Real had rejected and said he no longer wanted ...
May 30, 1985
Scientology on trial — Willamette Week
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Author(s): Bill Driver
Source: Willamette Week
Why a Portland jury awarded $39 million in damages against one of the world's most profitable cults. ONE SUNNY AFTERNOON last week, an elderly man, who looked as though he had probably spent the past few nights sleeping under the stars, stood in the southeast corner of Lownsdale Square in downtown Portland gazing in bewilderment at the scene before him. Several hundred people, many wearing T-shirts proclaiming something about a crusade for religious freedom, gathered around a large stage in the ...
May 1, 1985
Founder of Scientology faces default judgement — The Oregonian (Portland)
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Author(s): Fred Leeson
Source: The Oregonian (Portland)
A Multnomah County judge entered a default judgment Tuesday against L. Ron Hubbard, the controversial founder of the Church of Scientology, as a long-running civil fraud trial against Hubbard and the church reached the halfway mark. Circuit Judge Donald H. Londer signed the default against the reclusive Hubbard at the conclusion of the plaintiff's case in the eighth week of trial. Hubbard, who has not been seen publicly since 1980, did not appear for the trial. Londer's ruling means Hubbard by ...
Apr 27, 1985
Ex-Scientologist testifies of 'insulation' effort — The Oregonian (Portland)
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Author(s): Fred Leeson
Source: The Oregonian (Portland)
The Church of Scientology started making plans in 1980 to "insulate" church founder L. Ron Hubbard from legal attack and to protect his secret church-related income in advance of his disappearance from public view, a former Scientologist testified Friday. Laurel J. Sullivan, who used to work on Hubbard's personal staff, said she learned in February 1980 that Hubbard planned to go into hiding. She said she was assigned to a special mission "to insulate L. Ron Hubbard and his income lines ...
Apr 26, 1985
Witness says Scientology founder veiled income — The Oregonian (Portland)
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Author(s): Fred Leeson
Source: The Oregonian (Portland)
A former personal secretary to L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the Church of Scientology, told a Portland jury Thursday about a secret system Hubbard used in the 1970s for collecting personal income from church organizations. Laurel J. Sullivan, who said she worked closely with Hubbard until he disappeared from public view in 1980, also testified that Hubbard held managerial control over numerous Scientology organizations despite his publicly announced "retirement" from church management in 1966. Contrary to a 1972 church policy ...
Jan 1, 1985
Scientology — CBC
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