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Aug 9, 1994
One theory on Michael-Lisa: It's all a plot — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Leiby
Source: Seattle Times
Why did Lisa Marie Presley and Michael Jackson get married? Love, if you believe her press release, the one pledging to "dedicate my life to being his wife." Or, goes the speculation from Hollywood, Jackson is rehabbing his image and simultaneously consummating the ultimate entertainment merger. But another possibility is circulating among conspiracy-minded former members of the Church of Scientology. It's an astounding theory - that the church itself helped arrange the Presley-Jackson union - but these defectors say nothing about ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 21, 1994
Eastside Journal -- Glad it's over — Seattle Times
Jan 19, 1994
'Cult Buster' acquitted in abduction — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Source: Seattle Times
ABERDEEN — "Cult buster" Rick Ross shouted for joy yesterday after a Grays Harbor Superior Court jury acquitted him of unlawfully imprisoning an 18-year-old Bellevue man to deprogram him of his religious beliefs. The jury deliberated just two hours. Ross, a nationally known opponent of cults, had been accused of abducting Jason Scott from his mother's home Kirkland in January 1991 and holding him against his will in a house on the Washington coast for five days. His defense lawyer, Jeff ...
Jan 13, 1994
'Cult Deprogrammer' on trial — Seattle Times
Type: Press
Source: Seattle Times
MONTESANO, Grays Harbor County — A self-styled "cult deprogrammer" imprisoned a suburban Seattle teen for five days "to attack his religious beliefs," a prosecutor said as the Arizona man's trial got under way. Rick Ross, 41, of Phoenix is charged with unlawful imprisonment in the January 1991 abduction of Jason Scott, now 21, from the Kirkland home of his mother, Kathy Tonkin. Tonkin has said she hired Ross to deprogram her son. Scott, held at an Ocean Shores beach house, escaped ...
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