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Nov 30, 2009
Leave Churchill out of Scientology, says family — The Independent (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Guy Adams
Source: The Independent (UK)
Images of Britain's wartime leader are being used in recruiting posters Fight them on the beaches if you will. But the descendants of Sir Winston Churchill have decided that a more effective way to prevent the Church of Scientology from hijacking the memory of Britain's wartime leader involves stern cease-and-desist letters and the threat of a costly PR battle. In an unlikely dispute that pits Sir Winston's grandchildren against followers of the late L Ron Hubbard – the science-fiction writer who ...
Item contributed by: Martin Poulter
Nov 8, 2009
Church of Scientology told to drop Churchill images — The Sunday Times (UK)
Nov 2, 2009
Will France ban Scientology? — The Daily Beast
Type: Press
Author(s): Eric Pape
Source: The Daily Beast
Five years after Tom Cruise called Nicolas Sarkozy a “wonderful guy,” a French court convicted his church of fraud. Eric Pape on Scientology’s latest crisis. Scientology isn’t a religion, it’s a dangerous sect overseen by convicted criminals—at least as far as France is concerned. There is no doubt that the last week has brought a flurry of bad news for Scientology. There was the vocal defection of respected film director Paul Haggis, as well as fresh indications that John Travolta, one ...
Oct 27, 2009
Infinite Complacency: The Court's Ruling
Oct 27, 2009
Scientologists convicted of fraud — BBC News
Type: Press
Source: BBC News
A French court has convicted the Church of Scientology of fraud, but stopped short of banning the group from operating in France. Two branches of the group's operations and several of its leaders in France have been fined. The case came after complaints from two women, one of whom said she was manipulated into paying more than 20,000 euros (£18,100) in the 1990s. A Scientology spokesman told the BBC the verdict was "all bark and no bite". France regards Scientology as ...
Oct 27, 2009
Scientologists convicted of organised fraud in France — Agence France Presse (AFP)
Aug 29, 2009
Scientology: crisis in France — The Guardian (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Angelique Chrisafis
Source: The Guardian (UK)
It claims to be one of the world's fastest-growing new religions but a battery of legal cases threaten its very existence in this secular country In a small Normandy village, surrounded by wheat fields, Gwen Le Berre keeps a Scientology "electrometer" machine in his bedroom. He opens the large green briefcase and peers at the machine inside. It looks like a lie-detector from an old TV cop show and Le Berre doesn't really understand how it works — he just knows ...
Jun 29, 2009
Infinite Complacency: The Paris Trial // Rosenberg's testimony I
Jun 5, 2009
Infinite Complacency - The Paris Trial: The Psychiatrist's Testimony
Type: Book
Author(s): Jonny Jacobsen
(Day 3: May 27) Scientology’s techniques abuse the transference process familiar to all therapists, a psychiatrist told the Paris trial of the movement and six of its members. [...]
May 29, 2009
Infinite Complacency - The Paris Trial I
May 28, 2009
Scientology on trial in France: Can a religion be banned? — TIME Magazine
Type: Press
Author(s): Bruce Crumley
Source: TIME Magazine
As a fiercely secular nation, France has always had an awkward relationship with religious groups. Officials often find themselves struggling to strike the delicate balance between maintaining church-state separation and honoring the right of citizens to express their faith. But in the current case against the U.S.-based Church of Scientology, authorities have abandoned their usual attempts at fine-tuning religion's standing in French society — instead, they want to ban Scientology from France altogether. In a long-awaited trial that opened this week, ...
May 26, 2009
Scientology on trial in Paris for 'ruin' of disciples — Daily Telegraph (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Henry Samuel
Source: Daily Telegraph (UK)
The Church of Scientology has been accused of manipulating followers into handing over their savings, in a trial that could see the church banned from France. The church's main centre in France, the ASES-Celebrity Centre, its bookshop and six of its leaders were charged on Monday with organised fraud and illegally prescribing drugs. One former church member claimed she had been psychologically pressured into paying thousands of pounds for lessons, books, drugs and a device called an "electrometre", which the church ...
May 25, 2009
Church of Scientology goes on trial in Paris for fraud — Radio France International (RFI)
Type: Press
Source: Radio France International (RFI)
Members of the Church of Scientology go on trial in Paris Monday on charges of fraud, along with the Church of Scientology itself, which means its operations in France are at risk. The trial is the culmination of two complaints lodged by people who said they were manipulated into spending thousands of euros by the Church. France considers Scientology a cult. Until now, prosecutors have only gone after individual Scientologists in court. But Monday, along with seven Scientologists, the Church itself ...
Sep 8, 2008
Scientology faces French trial for fraud, prescribing drugs: source — Google News
Type: Press
Source: Google News
PARIS (AFP) - The Church of Scientology is to be tried for fraud, and seven of its members for illegally prescribing drugs, legal sources said Monday, in the latest clash between French officials and the controversial religion. The charges stem from a case taken by a woman who said she paid the church more than 20,000 euros (28,000 dollars) for lessons, books, drugs and an "electrometer," a device which the church says can measure a person's mental state. She allegedly made ...
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