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Nov 22, 2009
Concern at Governing magazine over its sale to Scientologists — New York Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Tim Arango
Source: New York Times
Over the last several months, The St. Petersburg Times published a series of scathing articles on the Church of Scientology under the rubric “The Truth Rundown.” In 1980, the newspaper won a Pulitzer Prize for an investigation of the church’s inner workings. Coverage of Scientology has long been an important story for The St. Petersburg Times, given that the church’s spiritual headquarters is located in nearby Clearwater, Fla. So it came as a bit of a shock when, on Friday, the ...
Jan 14, 2009
Chicago dentist to settle forced Scientology, harassment case — Chicago Tribune
More: articles.chicagotribune.com
Type: Press
Author(s): James P. Miller
Source: Chicago Tribune
A Chicago dentist has agreed to pay $462,500 to settle federal allegations that he violated U.S. discrimination laws by sexually harassing workers and by forcing employees who wanted to keep their jobs to submit to indoctrination in the tenets of Scientology. The Chicago office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had filed a civil lawsuit against James L. Orrington in September 2007, asserting he had discriminated against 18 employees by subjecting them to sexual propositions, comments and improper touching. The suit ...
Sep 26, 2007
Dental Hygiene — Chicagoist
Type: Press
Author(s): Margaret Lyons
Source: Chicagoist
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against Dr. James Orrington, DDS, alleging religious and sexual harassment. The suit, filed on behalf of ten employees — 9 women and 1 man? 10 women? — claims the South Side dentist required employees to recite passages from Scientology literature before he'd give them their checks. Three employees were fired after they lodged a complaint with the EEOC in 2005, and another two were fired after they complained about the harassment. According ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 21, 2007
Southwest Side dentist accused of sexual, religious harassment — Daily Southtown
More: icsahome.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Mike Nolan
Source: Daily Southtown
Feds: Workers propositioned, forced to learn about Scientology A Southwest Side dentist sexually harassed female workers and forced them to recite Scientology formulas in order to get their paychecks, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Thursday. The EEOC sued Dr. James L. Orrington on behalf of 10 former female employees, including three who were fired by the doctor shortly after they lodged complaints with the commission, said Ann Henry, an EEOC lawyer. The dentist fired two others after they complained ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Dec 4, 2006
Woman sues former employer for religious discrimination — Springfield Business Journal
More: groups.yahoo.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Matthew Wagner
Source: Springfield Business Journal
A Springfield woman has alleged in a federal lawsuit that she was fired in 2004 from a Branson West company for refusing to convert to Scientology, the chosen religion of her boss and several co-workers. Brianne Shahan filed the suit against Richmond Monroe Group Inc. in U.S. District Court last month. Shahan claims her former employer violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by allegedly pressuring her to divorce her husband and become a Scientologist. According to its ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 18, 2005
The way to more questions // Scientology affiliate The Way To Happiness of Glendale teaches honesty in schools but, according to LAPD and others, utilizes dishonest promotions — Pasadena Weekly
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Type: Press
Author(s): Carl Kozlowski
Source: Pasadena Weekly
If a high-ranking LAPD official can be believed, perhaps the Scientology-affiliated The Way To Happiness should take a page from its own teachings. Two of the Glendale-based nonprofit organization’s 21 guides to achieving happiness are “Be Worthy of Trust” and “Seek to Live the Truth,” neither of which were followed apparently in the group’s dealings with the LAPD and a city in Texas. Officials with the group, which over the past two decades has distributed booklets of the same name to ...
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