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Jul 26, 1988
Scientology church offers to aid poor if charges dropped — Globe and Mail (Canada)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Peter Moon
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
In what may be an unprecedented legal manoeuvre, the Church of Scientology of Toronto has offered to make substantial cash donations to community agencies working with the elderly and the poor if criminal charges against it are dropped. The offer was made yesterday in a letter written by the church’s lawyer, Clayton Ruby, and delivered to Ontario Attorney-General Ian Scott’s office. The church is charged with several counts of theft by church members of photocopies of confidential documents from Ontario Government ...
Jan 5, 1986
Lawyer seeks publication ban in Church of Scientology case — Toronto Star (Canada)
Type: Press
Source: Toronto Star (Canada)
The Church of Scientology and some of its members who were charged after a raid on its headquarters are asking for a publication ban on a guilty plea by one of the co-accused. Kathleen Lepp, 37, of Niagara-on-the-Lake, charged with possession of stolen property, appeared in Provincial Court at old city hall Friday. Defence counsel Clay Ruby, on behalf of the church and other lawyers representing some of the co-accused, asked Judge Robert Dnieper to impose a ban on the proceedings ...
Dec 14, 1985
OPP Scientology raid finally nets guilty plea — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Murray Campbell
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
Nearly three years after the largest police raid in Ontario history, the provincial Government has finally won a guilty plea from a member of the Church of Scientology of Toronto. Nanna Anderson, 39, a former church member, pleaded guilty in Provincial Court yesterday to possession of stolen goods, photocopies of material from the files of the Ontario Medical Association. Judge Lorenzo DiCecco granted Miss Anderson an absolute discharge, which means she will not have a criminal record. The charge carries a ...
Nov 9, 1985
Wedding party of Scientologists winds up in Queen's Park office — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Susan Delacourt
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
Earl Smith, president of the Toronto Church of Scientology, was married yesterday in a ceremony that is not considered legal in Ontario, and he used the occasion to push for having his church licenced to conduct marriages. Immediately after their wedding, Mr. Smith and his bride, Elena Kristiansen, 27, headed for the offices of the Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations to plead that the Scientology ceremony be considered legal. But the ministry is waiting for the outcome of a Supreme ...
Apr 13, 1985
Two tapes not played at cult trial — The Oregonian (Portland)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Fred Leeson
Source: The Oregonian (Portland)
Attorneys for the Church of Scientology finished their cross-examination of a former Scientologist Friday without attempting to use the last two of four surreptitiously recorded videotapes made for the purpose of discrediting him. The latter tapes, made in Los Angeles In November 1984 without the knowledge of Gerald D. Armstrong, a church critic who appeared on them, were delivered to Multnomah Circuit Judge Donald H. Londer Friday. Londer had learned of the existence of the tapes Thursday and ordered them produced ...
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