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Jul 18, 2004 Scientology's town — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Aug 10, 2003 Builders find room for luxury homes — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Clearwater Village's developers envision 126 Mediterranean-style homes with a median cost of $450,000 to $500,000. CLEARWATER — Unicorns. Free lunches. Large tracts of undeveloped Clearwater land. None of those things exist, right? In fact, 24 vacant acres do exist in Clearwater, land that has been largely untouched since mules grazed there some 80 years ago. Developers snatched it up, of course. And then they thought about what to do with their blank canvas. Surrounded as it is by a church, low-income ...
Sep 11, 2002 West Coast venture in patents row — New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Herald
Lawyers acting for a Sydney plastics manufacturer have invoked its worldwide patents in an attempt to stop a proposed Hokitika plastics venture.
A fraud investigation is being called for after claims by Armacel that the Hokitika initiative is planning to use technology it does not own. The claim has been referred to the Serious Fraud Office.
Two of the key figures in the Hokitika project, Ian Pitts and Tim Redmond, both of Sydney, worked for Armacel managing director and the patent-registered ...
Aug 3, 2002 Scientology connection — The Press
Key players in the controversial Hokitika plastics factory proposal are devotees of the Church of Scientology. Wayne Byrne, of Sydney, and Soren Kierkegaard, of Tauranga, are the two principals of FT Manufacturing (Westland) Ltd, which has received a $500,000 loan from the Westland District Council, along with a council commitment to build the factory for a further $2.2 million. Several others involved in the Hokitika project are believed to have links with the American-based church, which is centred on a controversial ...
Jan 1, 2002 Clear Expansion Committee Directory 2002 — Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization (CSFSO)
Aug 28, 2001 Psychometric testing // Firms WISE up to Scientology — People Management More: apologeticsindex.org
HR professionals have been warned to watch out for a mailshot from a psychometric testing organisation that fails to make clear its links to Scientology. People Management followed up a complaint from a reader who had received a letter from Silhouet UK inviting the recipient to complete an enclosed test questionnaire as a "free introductory service". The reader became suspicious after noticing the copyright on the test was for L Ron Hubbard, the founder of the controversial religious group. The letter ...
Dec 21, 2000 Brained — New Times Los Angeles
Feb 17, 2000 Modus Operandi: Infiltration — Paris Match
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