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Dec 9, 1993 Cult prosecuted over safety of commune — The Independent (UK) More: link
The Independent (UK)
THE Church of Scientology, one of Britain's largest cults, is being prosecuted by a local authority for failing to ensure one of its largest communes is safe for human habitation. The Independent has been leaked documents from the church headquarters that show it may have misled safety inspectors over the number of adults and children living in the commune.
The church, founded by L Ron Hubbard, an American science fiction writer, after the Second World War, has its European headquarters in ...
Nov 29, 1993 Swiss to prosecute U.S. sect — Spotlight
Jun 23, 1993 Declaration of Margery Wakefield More: groups.google.com
DECLARATION OF MARGERY WAKEFIELD I, Margery Wakefield, having personal knowledge of the following, hereby declare: 1. I was a member of the Church of Scientology of California from October of 1968 until February of 1980. I joined the Church in Los Angeles, California, where I was primarily based although I also took courses and/or worked at Church organizations in St. Louis, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Georgia and Miami, Florida. 2. While in Scientology I progressed to the level of OT 3 (an ...
Jun 14, 1993 Scientology in the schools // Is L. Ron Hubbard's morals text harmless? — Newsweek More: link
Kenneth L. Woodward
When Carol Burgeson received a copy of "The Way to Happiness" in the mail 18 months ago, she read it through and decided it was the perfect non-religious vehicle for teaching moral values to her senior students at Thornton Township High School in Harvey, Ill. So Burgeson ordered more free copies of the book by L. Ron Hubbard and used them to stimulate discussions in her classes. "It seemed so harmless," she says. "Brush your teeth, do your work, don't be ...
May 18, 1993 Scientologists plan expansion — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More: news.google.com, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The organization adds one property and plans a 2,500-seat auditorium for another in Clearwater. CLEARWATER — The Church of Scientology added a 13th property to its list of Clearwater holdings Monday and unveiled plans to build a 2,500-seat auditorium that will be available to be rented for public events most of the year. Scientology officials said the auditorium, being designed as part of a $40-million building planned for the former Gray Moss Inn site, will play an important role in downtown ...
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