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Nov 22, 2009
Celebrities lead charge against Scientology — The Observer (London, UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Peter Beaumont, Toni O'Loughlin
Source: The Observer (London, UK)
Hollywood figures quit 'rip-off' church as Australian prime minister threatens parliamentary inquiry into its activities The security at the red-brick and glass-walled horseshoe of the John Joseph Moakley courthouse on Boston's waterfront was unusually tight. Anybody who was not a member of the city's bar association was swept with a search wand. Photo IDs were checked. Mobile phones were taken from guests, who included the Hollywood star Tom Cruise. The occasion was a memorial service for Scientology's top legal adviser for ...
Nov 18, 2009
Scientology’s top gun pays respects — Boston Herald
Type: Press
Author(s): Gayle Fee, Laura Raposa
Source: Boston Herald
Hollywood heavy Tom Cruise looked like just another member of The Firm the other night when he turned up at attorney Earle Cooley’s jam-packed memorial service at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse . The “Knight & Day” leading man, wearing a dark suit and his trademark Tinseltown smile, joined rarely seen Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige at the service for Cooley, who was the religious group’s legal Top Gun for more than 25 years. Talk about Risky Business . . ...
Oct 21, 2009
Earle Cooley, skilled litigator, chairman of BU trustees — Boston Globe
Type: Press
Author(s): Bryan Marquard
Source: Boston Globe
A much-abbreviated list of Earle Cooley’s law clients might read like this: Boston University, the Celtics, and the Church of Scientology, along with divorce cases, patent infringement challenges for Fortune 500 companies, and criminal defendants who included those accused of drug dealing or murder. “He said to me: ‘Look, when you have skills as a trial lawyer, you can try anything. The rules may change from venue to venue, but show me the rules, and I’ll play,’ ’’ said his son ...
Jun 21, 2009
Scientology (Chapter 1 of 3): The Truth Rundown — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: A letter from David Miscavige, David Miscavige bio, and bios of Scientology officials who defected
Type: Press
Author(s): Joe Childs, Thomas C. Tobin
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Part ONE of THREE The leader of the Church of Scientology strode into the room with a boom box and an announcement: Time for a game of musical chairs. David Miscavige had kept more than 30 members of his church's executive staff cooped up for weeks in a small office building outside Los Angeles, not letting them leave except to grab a shower. They slept on the floor, their food carted in. Their assignment was to develop strategic plans for the ...
Tag(s): Amy ScobeeAnnie M. Tidman (aka Annie Broeker aka Annie Logan aka Lisa Mitchell)Apollo (formerly, "Royal Scot Man"; often misspelled "Royal Scotman", "Royal Scotsman")Church of Scientology of California (CSC)Clearwater Sun (Florida)Commodore's Messenger Organization (CMO)Confidential preclear (PC) folderDavid MiscavigeDavid Miscavige: physical violenceDestroying/hiding/falsifying evidencesEarle C. CooleyFair gameFederal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)Fort Harrison Hotel (also, Flag Land Base) @ 210 South Fort Harrison Avenue Clearwater FL United StatesFred T. Goldberg Jr.Gabriel "Gabe" CazaresGerald Bennett WolfeGuillaume LesevreInternal Revenue Service (IRS)Joe ChildsL. Ron Hubbard's deathLawsuitLisa McPhersonMarc YagerMark C. "Marty" RathbunMary Sue (Whipp) HubbardMichael J. "Mike" RinderMichelle "Shelly" Miscavige (né Barnett)Monique E. YinglingNational Coalition of IRS WhistleblowersNelson PoynterNorman F. StarkeyOffice of Special Affairs (OSA) (formerly, Guardian's Office)Operation Snow WhitePatrick D. "Pat" Broeker (aka Mike Mitchell)Raymond "Ray" MithoffReligious Technology Center (RTC)Sea Organization (Sea Org, SO)Security check ("sec check")Southern Land Development and Leasing Corporation (SLDLC)St. Petersburg Times (Florida)Suppressive person (SP)The Truth Rundown (St. Petersburg Times' special report)Thomas C. TobinTom De VochtTommy DavisU.S. Department of JusticeUnited Churches of FloridaWilliam C. "Bill" Walsh
May 28, 2009
L. Ron Hubbard's last refuge — New Times SLO (San Luis Obispo, California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Colin Rigley
Source: New Times SLO (San Luis Obispo, California)
In Santa Barbara’s Church of Scientology, as in each such outpost worldwide, an innocuous office sits equipped but vacant. This office is located beyond shelves of shrink-wrapped books, beyond training rooms, the “comm” rooms, and a room occupied by enigmatic bowls of stones and other obscure objects. The office, with white walls and plush blue-and-gray carpeting, waits, should he somehow return, for the man once known as L. Ron Hubbard. His full name was Lafayette Ronald Hubbard. His followers—in keeping with ...
Mar 27, 2009
Infinite Complacency - 12 Scientology v the Internet
Jun 30, 2008
Scientology's crushing defeat [What Scientology paid $8 Million to hide] — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Tony Ortega
Source: Village Voice
Six years ago, when I was a reporter at New Times LA, ''I’d written several stories about Scientology (Los Angeles is one of its headquarters), and I was about to uncork the longest one yet—a 7,000 word piece about an embarrassing, $8 million defeat Scientology had just suffered, when the weekly paper suddenly folded. That unpublished story has been sitting in storage ever since. Fast forward to 2008, and the world of reporting on Scientology has changed radically, thanks in part ...
Jun 27, 2008
Counterfeit Dreams - Chapter 10: Rolling at Last
Type: Book
Author(s): Jeff Hawkins
It was a warm August day in 1986. I was in my office on the third floor of the main building in the PAC Scientology complex in LA — "Big Blue." We had the windows open and the fans running, to try to suck in any vestige of a breeze that we could. Out the open window, I could see Fountain Avenue below me, and across the street, New York George’s, where I sometimes had a bowl of chili. A simmering ...
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