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Nov 5, 2009 Blown for Good / Behind the iron curtain of Scientology (book) - 27 Flexible — BFG Books
Nov 1, 2009 Scientology's response — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Church spokesman Tommy Davis says the
Times' sources admitted they left Scientology because they could not meet the church's strict ethical standards. Now they are lying, he says, and the Times is helping advance their agenda. Here is the Church of Scientology's response to their allegations, submitted as a 10-page letter: + + + CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL 15 October 2009 VIA HAND DELIVERY Mr. Joe Childs Mr. Tom Tobin St. Petersburg Times 490 First Avenue South St. Petersburg, Florida 33701 ... Jul 13, 2009 Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise [Unofficial English translation by Anonymous] — France 2 More:
Original French version May 25, 2009 Scientology on trial in France — BBC News
The Church of Scientology has gone on trial in the French capital, Paris, accused of organised fraud. The case centres on a complaint by a woman who says she was pressured into paying large sums of money after being offered a free personality test. The church, which is fighting the charges, denies that any mental manipulation took place. France regards Scientology as a sect, not a religion, and the organisation could be banned if it loses the case. It is the ...
Mar 27, 2009 Infinite Complacency - 12 Scientology v the Internet
May 6, 2008 Faut-il réhabiliter la Scientologie ? (with unofficial English subtitles) — Canal M6
Feb 4, 2008 Hackers declare war on Scientologists amid claims of heavy-handed Cruise control — The Guardian (UK)
Jan 23, 2008 Is Scientology dangerous? — The Times (UK)
Nov 1, 2007 Spanish court rules Scientology can be listed as a religion — Google
MADRID (AFP) — A court in Spain has ruled in favour of listing the controversial Church of Scientology among the nation's official register of religions, according to a decision obtained by AFP Thursday. The administrative tribunal of Madrid's High Court ruled that a 2005 justice ministry decision to scrap the church from the register was "against the law." Responding to a petition filed by the church, the ruling said that no documents had been presented in court to demonstrate it was ...
Dec 16, 2005 Final Victory! XS4ALL and Spaink win Scientology battle — XS4ALL
Type: Press release
The legal battle that the Church of Scientology has conducted against XS4ALL and Karin Spaink reached its grand finale today. The Dutch Supreme court dismissed Scientology's claims, which means that a decade of legal skirmishes has finally come to an end. The Supreme Court decided that the previous ruling, which was in favour of XS4ALL and Spaink, still holds. Scientology lost again. Freedom of speech prevailed over the alleged copyright of the Scientology Church, and Spaink can quote from Scientology's higher ...
Mar 21, 2005 Dutch AG upholds decision in Scientology case / Free speech over copyright — The Register (UK)
The Register (UK)
The Dutch Attorney-General has endorsed a verdict seen as backing free speech over copyright in the controversial case between the Church of Scientology and writer Karin Spaink, Dutch ISP Xs4all reports. The Dutch Supreme Court, which will rule on this case on 8 July, had asked the Attorney-General for advice. The Church of Scientology sued Karin Spaink and her internet service provider Xs4all Internet BV after Spaink posted Scientology documents on her website. In the early 1990s, former Scientologist Steven Fishman, ...
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