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Nov 24, 1988 Church of Scientology threatens to sue judge — UPI
Nov 24, 1988 Spain expels 6 Scientologists in fraud case — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Nov 24, 1988 Spain jails Scientology leader / American faces indictment on charges of fraud, tax evasion — Sacramento Bee (California)
Nov 23, 1988 Spain seizes Scientology leaders — San Francisco Chronicle (California) More: link
San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Police arrested 69 people in a raid on a hotel and accused 45 of them of fraud, illegal association and forgery for being members of the Church of Scientology. Among those held was Heber Jentzsch, 53, of Los Angeles, worldwide director of the faith, and two unidentified Americans, judicial sources said. In 1986 and again last June, Spain's Justice Ministry rejected a petition by the Church of Scientology for accreditation as a legitimate religious institution on the ground that the group's ...
Nov 22, 1988 Scientology chiefs from 8 nations detained in Spain — Los Angeles Times (California) More:
link Nov 22, 1988 Three Britons held in mass swoop on cult — Daily Mail (UK)
Jul 30, 1988 Canada – Scientology — Associated Press More: link
TORONTO (AP) — The Church of Scientology in Canada has offered to donate a million dollars or more to the needy if the government drops criminal theft charges against it. The move was legally unprecedented. Ontario Attorney General Ian Scott reacted coolly and the
nation's leading newspaper
termed the offer "offensive." Scott left the door open for lawyers to discuss Tuesday's proposal. It stems from a case charging church members with the theft of government documents about the church's activities ...
Jul 26, 1988 Scientology church offers to aid poor if charges dropped — Globe and Mail (Canada) More: link
Globe and Mail (Canada)
In what may be an unprecedented legal manoeuvre, the Church of Scientology of Toronto has offered to make substantial cash donations to community agencies working with the elderly and the poor if criminal charges against it are dropped. The offer was made yesterday in a letter written by the church’s lawyer, Clayton Ruby, and delivered to Ontario Attorney-General Ian Scott’s office. The church is charged with several counts of theft by church members of photocopies of confidential documents from Ontario Government ...
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