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bare-faced messiah: the true story of l. ron hubbard (book) • copyright, trademark, patent • destroying/hiding/falsifying evidences • eugene m. ingram • fair game • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • freedom of information act (foia) • gerald "gerry" armstrong • harassment • l. ron hubbard's credentials • lawsuit • operation snow white • paulette cooper • penguin books • peter murtagh • rehabilitation project force (rpf) • russell miller • silencing criticism, censorship • supernatural abilities (aka ot powers) • suppressive person (sp) • the dive bomber (movie) • the guardian (uk) • the sunday times (uk) • threat • united kingdom (uk)
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5 matching items found between Jul 1987 and Dec 1987. Furthermore, there are 140 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 5, 1987
Novel preachings of the science-fiction Messiah — The Advertiser (Australia)
Dec 2, 1987
Bid to ban book said 'harassment' by Scientologists — Toronto Star (Canada)
Type: Press
Source: Toronto Star (Canada)
L. Ron Hubbard was portrayed yesterday in court as a devious cult leader who believed he'd gone to heaven — twice — and was ruthless in his treatment of those perceived as enemies of the church he founded. Hubbard, who died last year, advised his followers to use the courts to "harass and discourage" critics, lawyers for Key Porter Books argued in Federal Court. They said a court bid to stop publication of a biography of Hubbard is a thinly disguised ...
Nov 15, 1987
Scientologists in dirty campaign to stop book — The Sunday Times (UK)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Palmer
Source: The Sunday Times (UK)
THE CHURCH of Scientology has mounted a campaign of intimidation and harassment against the author and publisher of a new book on the founder of the religious cult to be serialised shortly by The Sunday Times. Scientologists and private detectives have been used to put pressure on people in Britain and the United States involved in the forthcoming publication of Bare Faced Messiah: the True Story of L Ron Hubbard. Russell Miller, the author, who spent more than two years researching ...
Nov 1, 1987
Hubbard: bare-faced messiah — The Sunday Times (UK)
Oct 10, 1987
Scientologists fail to suppress book about church's founder — The Guardian (UK)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Peter Murtagh
Source: The Guardian (UK)
An attempt by the Church of Scientology to suppress publication of a book about its founder, Mr Ron Hubbard, failed yesterday when the High Court ruled that legitimate public interest far outweighed an alleged breath of confidentiality. The court ruled that the church's action was "oppressive and mischievous." The book, Barefaced Messiah, by Mr Russell Miller, is due to be serialised later this month in a Sunday newspaper. The church alleged that the book contains two photographs of the late Mr ...
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