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May 15, 1992
Scientologist taught crime OK — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
One of Scientology's former top spy-masters testified she'd been trained to believe criminal actions which protected the church weren't violations of Scientology's moral code. Marion Evoy, a former Canadian head of Scientology's Guardian Office, made the comment yesterday at the end of four days of testimony in the trial of the Church of Scientology of Toronto Inc. and five members on charges of criminal breach of trust. The charges arise out of a Scientology spy network that in the mid-1970s infiltrated ...
May 13, 1992
Ex-cult member: Mounties targetted as enemy — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
Scientologists targeted the RCMP for infiltration because their founder believed Mounties were part of a worldwide conspiracy against his church, an ex-member testified yesterday. The Toronto court heard Scientology leader L. Ron Hubbard believed the international conspiracy was run by a band of former Nazis who'd taken over Interpol — the European-based international police organization. The testimony yesterday from Marion Evoy, formerly Canada's top Scientology official, came at the opening of the fourth week of the trial of the Church of ...
May 6, 1992
Scientology trial told: 'Spies' stole key files — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
A former top Scientologist testified yesterday she was put in a closet with a set of picks and told to unlock the door as part of her spy training. Marion Evoy told court she failed to get out. But the 42-year-old tutor testified to a string of successes with the Scientology spy network, which is alleged to have penetrated three police forces and three levels of government in the mid-1970s. The Church of Scientology of Toronto and five members pleaded not ...
May 5, 1992
Church spied on Revenue Canada — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
The scope of Scientology's alleged spy network widened again yesterday with testimony the group had succeeded in planting a spy in Revenue Canada's Ottawa taxation offices. "She obtained a confidential manual," former Scientologist Diane Fairfield said of a Scientologist she had recruited to spy on Revenue Canada. No further details were elicited from Fairfield, who is testifying at the trial of the Church of Scientology and five members on charges of criminal breach of trust. The charges relate to a wide-ranging ...
May 2, 1992
Church lifted OPP files // Spy tells of smuggling — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
A Scientology spy testified yesterday she smuggled out enough files from the OPP to make a stack about 15 feet high. The Church of Scientology of Toronto Inc. and five Scientologists face charges of criminal breach of trust in connection with a spy network that infiltrated the RCMP, Metro Police, the attorney general's department and the OPP. Kathy Smith told court that during her 2½ years as an OPP employee she smuggled out "hundreds and hundreds" of files. She was testifying ...
Apr 30, 1992
Scientology trial: Secret files reported — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
A former top Scientologist testified yesterday his intelligence office had copies of Ontario cabinet documents stored in a secret hideaway code-named "The Garden." Emile Gilbert, former executive director of the Church of Scientology of Toronto, told a jury yesterday "The Garden" contained 40 or 50 filing cabinets of intelligence files on Scientology's targets. "We had all kinds of files," Gilbert said, "some from Premier Bill Davis' cabinet meetings." Gilbert also said the agents had amassed so much material dealing with the ...
Apr 29, 1992
Scientology trial told of 'few dozen' spy targets — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
The jury in the Scientology trial yesterday heard the church's spy network extended far beyond the four government agencies they're charged with infiltrating. The Church of Scientology of Toronto and five Scientologists are standing trial on five counts of criminal breach of trust in connection with "agents" planted in the RCMP, the OPP, Metro Police and the Ontario attorney general's office during the mid-1970s. But yesterday, during his fifth day on the stand, a former top Scientologist admitted their "target list" ...
Apr 25, 1992
Church policy 'basis for spying' — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
The jury in the Scientology trial yesterday heard evidence about that group's infamous "Fair Game Law" which authorized attacks on their enemies. Testifying for his third day, Scientology's former Deputy Guardian for Canada, Bryan Levman, said the Fair Game Law and other policies were the basis for a world-wide campaign of spying and theft. The Church of Scientology and five members are on trial for criminal breach of trust in connection with a spy network that planted agents in the RCMP, ...
Apr 24, 1992
Trial told of break-ins, esponiage // Sounds like Spy-entology — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
Scientology engaged in worldwide break-ins and espionage because its founder believed he was the focus of a global conspiracy, court heard yesterday. At least 12 police forces and government agencies in Canada were targeted for penetration by Scientology spies in the mid-1970s, Bryan Levman, a former top Scientology official, testified. Levman, testifying under immunity, said L. Ron Hubbard, a former science fiction writer who founded the organization, believed mental health professions were behind a conspiracy to destroy Scientology in concert with ...
Apr 23, 1992
Ex-Scientology boss testifies // She 'ran the agents' — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
The former head of Scientology's Canadian intelligence network has identified one of his underlings as being responsible for "running" agents the church had planted in several police and government agencies. Bryan Levman was testifying yesterday at the criminal trial of the Church of Scientology of Toronto and five Scientologists. Levman said defendant Jacqueline Matz "ran the agents" who got jobs in the mid-1970s with the RCMP, the OPP, Metro Police and the attorney-general's office in order to pass information back to ...
Apr 22, 1992
Church spy web alleged / Scientologists' trial — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
The Church of Scientology of Toronto and five adherents are on trial on charges they ran a spy network that infiltrated three police forces and the attorney-general's office. A jury yesterday heard Crown attorney James Stewart outline a spy network that saw members of the church spiriting files out of police and government buildings for copying. The five counts of criminal breach of trust faced by Scientology and the five co-accused stem from activities alleged to have occured from 1974 to ...
Apr 7, 1992
Scientology not-guilty pleas — Toronto Sun (Canada)
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Author(s): Bill Dunphy
Source: Toronto Sun (Canada)
The Church of Scientology of Toronto Inc. and five members pleaded not guilty to criminal charges of breach of trust yesterday before a panel of 200 prospective jurors. The charges, Mr. Justice James Southey explained to the panel, arise from allegations Scientologists got jobs with the RCMP, the OPP, the attorney general's office and Metro Police so they "could act as a spy or a plant." These "spies", Southey said, are alleged to have "obtained information for the church and passed ...
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