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7 matching items found between Jan 1987 and Dec 1987. Furthermore, there are 175 matching items for all time not shown.
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Nov 11, 1987
Scientologists lose bid for IRS records — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): David G. Savage
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court, rejecting an appeal filed by the Church of Scientology of California to obtain government tax records, ruled Tuesday that the public has no right to get information kept by the Internal Revenue Service. The tax agency "has no duty under the Freedom of Information Act" to disclose internal records, even if names and other confidential information could be easily deleted, Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist said. Civil rights attorneys denounced the unanimous decision, saying the ruling ...
Aug 14, 1987
Churches' tax-exempt status being scrutinized — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Stephen Koff
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Filling rows of a hearing room as if they were waiting for the service to begin, some 25 Pentecostal ministers from as far as Jacksonville came on Thursday to watch their brethren do battle with the property appraiser. To Pinellas Property Appraiser Ron Schultz, it is the proof that they still deserve the exemption. Rev. W.S. Craig, pastor of the Apostolic United Pentecostal Church in St. Petersburg, said he went for 31 years without having to justify to the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 30, 1987
Court ruling could affect local Scientology case — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jul 29, 1987
Scientologists' loss of tax-exempt status upheld by U.S. court — Los Angeles Times (California)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Kim Murphy
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Concluding that L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology of California, had "unfettered control" over millions of dollars in church assets, a federal appeals court Tuesday upheld the revocation of the church's tax-exempt status. In a ruling that rejected nearly every argument the church had raised, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said there is evidence that the late church founder held millions of dollars of church funds in private trust funds, Swiss bank accounts and in a ...
Apr 21, 1987
Scientologists must post $60 million bond — Los Angeles Herald Examiner (California)
More: link
Type: Press
Author(s): Deborah Hastings
Source: Los Angeles Herald Examiner (California)
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday refused to exempt the Church of Scientology of California from posting a bond of up to $60 million while the church appeals a Los Angeles jury award. The organization contends the bond payment will drive it into bankruptcy. Without comment, the high court rejected the Scientology case, which sought to void state law requiring the church to post bond while it appeals a $30 million damages award to former Scientologist Larry Wollersheim, who claimed the church ...
Apr 21, 1987
Scientology appeal rejected — Daily News
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Type: Press
Source: Daily News
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court let stand Monday a ruling that could force the Church Scientology of California to post a $60 million bond — an amount the church said would bankrupt it — to appeal a judgment against it. The court refused to hear arguments in the case, brought by the church seeking review of a California appeals court ruling. "We feel it's a grave injustice,” said Kathleen Thorn, president of the Church of Scientology of California. She refused to ...
Apr 21, 1987
Supreme court turns down Scientology plea / Way cleared for former member to start seizing church assets to satisfy award of $30 million — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): David G. Savage, Joel Sappell
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
The Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed pleas by the Church of Scientology of California for relief from having to post a bond of up to $60 million to guard its assets against seizure while it appeals a huge Los Angeles jury award. Scientology lawyers have argued that payment of the bond would plunge the church into bankruptcy. But the state court judge who presided over the jury trial contends that the controversial organization's claims of poverty are untrue. The Supreme Court's ...
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