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Nov 19, 1993 Hill v. Church of Scientology of Toronto, 1993 CanLII 1348 (ON C.A.)
[...] Scientology decided that Casey Hill was its "Enemy" and set out to destroy him. It levelled false charges against him. It prosecuted him on those charges. It repeated those charges after a judge had found them groundless. It repeated allegations in its pleadings and in open court which it knew were lies. It made additional serious false accusations against Casey Hill. It attacked his veracity. It accused him of putting on a performance to improperly influence the jury. In summary, ...
Nov 1, 1993 Scientology from inside out — Quill
Oct 1, 1993 Remarks on Heber Jentzsch and Scientology — Update & Dialog (Denmark) More: link
Update & Dialog (Denmark)
Dear Friends and Colleagues! As you know
Heber Jentzsch, President of the Church of Scientology International, has used, or rather misused, the Conference in London to launch an attack against churches, newspapers and the public in Germany and elsewhere. He has charged them with participating in a smear campaign against the Church of Scientology and has drawn a parallel with the persecution of Jews in Nazi-Germany. You will certainly know about the Scientology brochure titled Hatred and Propaganda where this argument ... Aug 13, 1993 Letters to the Editor // The Scientology debate — East Grinstead Courier (UK) More: link
East Grinstead Courier (UK)
Pinning our hopes on Old Doll Body I READ with interest Denise Harrison's statement of incredulity that a new religion could be the work of a science fiction writer. According to the saying, truth is stranger than fiction, so what about this one? In his early lectures, Ron Hubbard mentioned "Old Doll Body", a mythical figure from the past, who travelled freely in the universe in his flying saucer. In 1964, I was driving up the Turners Hill Road one night ...
Aug 2, 1993 Counterpoint // Scientologist response remains true to form — Daily Bruin (University of California) More:
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