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Scientology library: “Eugene M. Ingram”

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Reference materials Eugene M. Ingram
6 matching items found between Jan 1985 and Dec 1989. Furthermore, there are 42 matching items for all time not shown.
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Feb 22, 1988
U.S. v. Kattar 840 F.2d 118
Nov 15, 1987
Scientologists in dirty campaign to stop book — The Sunday Times (UK)
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Author(s): Richard Palmer
Source: The Sunday Times (UK)
THE CHURCH of Scientology has mounted a campaign of intimidation and harassment against the author and publisher of a new book on the founder of the religious cult to be serialised shortly by The Sunday Times. Scientologists and private detectives have been used to put pressure on people in Britain and the United States involved in the forthcoming publication of Bare Faced Messiah: the True Story of L Ron Hubbard. Russell Miller, the author, who spent more than two years researching ...
Aug 22, 1986
Charges of scheme to bilk church of $2M take new twist — Lowell Sun (Massachusetts)
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Author(s): Raymond Howell
Source: Lowell Sun (Massachusetts)
BOSTON — An international con artist has been charged in a scheme to bilk the controversial Church of Scientology out of $2 million, adding a new layer of intrigue to a Byzantine case that already involves a reputed organized crime figure, a disbarred lawyer and a financial swindler-turned-FBI-Informant. Ala Fadili Al Tamimi, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), was arraigned Tuesday in U.S. District Court in connection with the scam against L. Ron Hubbard, the late ...
May 29, 1986
Was church cheated or part of a larger plot? — Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
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Author(s): Paul Van Osdol
Source: Lawrence-Eagle-Tribune
Four years ago, two men walked into a New York bank and tried to cash a $2 million check drawn on the Bank of New England account of L. Ron Hubbard, the head of the Church of Scientology. The bank refused to cash the check after it could not verify the signature. Since then, the church has been on the warpath to find out who forged their now-dead founder's check. It offered a $100,000 reward, bought full-page advertisements in the country's ...
May 1, 1985
Police chief condemns ex-cop's eavesdropping
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Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates, April 23, strongly condemned the purported actions of an LAPD officer, who allegedly authorized a fired police sergeant to conduct "electronic eavesdropping" in an investigation of the Church of Scientology. Chief Gates, in a public announcement, said the alleged improper act of Phillip Rodriguez, a Northeast Area officer, was to sign a letter believed to have been drafted by the one-time Hollywood Sgt. Eugene M. Ingram, now a private investigator, authorizing Ingram to engage in ...
Apr 25, 1985
IRS wins OK to copy videotapes — The Oregonian (Portland)
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Source: The Oregonian (Portland)
The Internal Revenue Service won court permission Wednesday to copy five hours of clandestinely made videotapes involving a former Church of Scientology member that were played earlier this month in a Portland fraud trial against the church. The IRS request followed a claim by church officials in Los Angeles that the tapes revealed a government plot to take control of church assets and property. Assistant U.S. Attorney Charles W. Stuckey said the tapes were sought by the IRS in connection with ...
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