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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 29, 2009
How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard — Sunday Telegraph (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Jasper Copping
Source: Sunday Telegraph (UK)
L Ron Hubbard has joined the likes of Wallis Simpson, Eric Morecambe, Marc Bolan and Keith Moon after an application for a coveted blue plaque was rejected by English Heritage. The government agency, which runs the scheme, rejected the application by supporters of the founder of Scientology after its blue plaques panel decided that it was unconvinced about Mr Hubbard's "reputation". The decision has frustrated the Hubbard Foundation, which had nominated him. In an unusual move, a foundation representative went to ...
Item contributed by: Martin Poulter
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