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From: lindsay+@cs.cmu.edu (Donald Lindsay)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: IRS Court Case
Message-ID: <1991Oct12.192357.55462@cs.cmu.edu>
Date: 12 Oct 91 19:23:57 GMT
Organization: School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon
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Nntp-Posting-Host: gandalf.cs.cmu.edu

Found in the magazine "Locus":

"In the latest round of an ongoing battle, the Church of Scientology filed a $120 million federal lawsuit against IRS officials, charging them with illegal acts against Scientology and its members, as part of a 33-year pattern of harrassment. The suit alleges that Los Angeles IRS agents planned to plant forged documents in Scientology files, and to deny a number of their churches tax exemption, with a view to the "ultimate disintegration" of Scientology. IRS officials named in the suit include agents investigating scientology founder L. Ron. Hubbard for criminal tax evasion, a probe that ended with Hubbard's death in 1986. The suit allegedly draws upon documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act and testimony from IRS officials." -- Don D.C.Lindsay Carnegie Mellon Computer Science

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