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Dec 25, 1982 Ex-aide tells of Hubbard try to gain Nobel Prize — Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California)
Dec 9, 1982 ASIO action dropped — Canberra Times (Australia)
Canberra Times (Australia)
The Church of Scientology is to discontinue its High Court action against the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
The national spokesman for the church, the Reverend Andrew Youngman, said yesterday that the church had achieved its primary object of ensuring that ASIO was subject to judicial review.
It had been seeking a declaration against ASIO to stop it from gathering intelligence and passing on information about the church.
The court ruled last month that, as stated, the case was bad. It gave ...
Dec 4, 1982 Oh, where, oh where has L. Ron Hubbard gone? — Flint Journal (Michigan)
Nov 26, 1982 Hubbard suit challenged — Los Angeles Times (California)
Nov 21, 1982 L. Ron Hubbard: A new controversy / Son of Scientology founder questions father's health, location — Los Angeles Times (California)
Nov 13, 1982 Son of Scientology founder believes Hubbard dead or ill // Petition filed requesting estate trustee — Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California) More: link
Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California)
The oldest son of L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the Church of Scientology, believes his father is either dead or mentally incompetent, according to a petition filed In Riverside Superior Court. The son, Ronald E. DeWolf, also claims in the court papers filed Wednesday that officials in the church have stolen millions of dollars, gems and securities either from his 71-year-old father or from Hubbard's estate in the last 12 months. DeWolf, 48, of Carson City. Nev., is asking the ...
Jul 7, 1982 Inside Scientology: Scientology versus the Merchants of Chaos — News-Herald (Santa Rosa, California) More: link
News-Herald (Santa Rosa, California)
Throughout its nearly 30 years of existence, the Church of Scientology has had problems with its image in the media. Newspaper articles have called it a "bizarre brain-washing cult" founded by a former science fiction writer. Television coverage of recent hearings in Clearwater, Florida — home of the Church's U.S. headquarters — emphasized testimony that the group's founder, L. Ron Hubbard, is in hiding and, according to his son, might even be dead. And the
Reader's Digest recently printed two controversial ...
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