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Jett Travolta, Son of John Travolta and Kelly Preston, Dead at 16

Jett Travolta, the son of John Travolta and Kelly Preston, died suddenly on January 2, 2009. He suffered a seizure while on vacation with his parents in the Bahamas.

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May 10, 2001 Man Pleads Not Guilty In Death Of San Jacinto Girl Hemet News: Man Pleads Not Guilty In Death Of San Jacinto Girl deaths
September 22, 2000 The Mysterious Death Of Freya Abendzeitung: The Mysterious Death Of Freya deaths
July 26, 2000 Letters To The Editor: Scientologist's death found to be unpreventable Gainesville Sun: Letters To The Editor: Scientologist's death found to be unpreventable deaths
July 21, 2000 Autopsy pixs released in Scientologist's death Miami Herald: Autopsy pixs released in Scientologist's death deaths
July 3, 2000 OSHA fines church for safety violations Agency says improper use of cords not related to woman's death Riverside Press-Enterprise: OSHA fines church for safety violations Agency says improper use of cords not related to woman's death deaths
June 27, 2000 Woman's death probed by state Riverside Press-Enterprise: Woman's death probed by state deaths
April 19, 2000 Church Wants Leader Shielded Scientology continued its fight to keep its worldwide leader out of the legal fight over the 1995 death of Scientologist Lisa McPherson. The church went to court to ask a Hillsborough judge to remove David Miscavige as a defendant in the wrongful death lawsuit. In a separate action, the church filed a lawsuit in Pinellas circuit court alleging McPherson's estate broke a 1997 agreement by including Miscavige in the wrongful death suit in the first place. David Miscavige, deaths, lawsuits, Press
April 9, 2000 Case of Scientologist's death is best put to jury, judge says Miami Herald: Case of Scientologist's death is best put to jury, judge says deaths
April 9, 2000 2 Judges, 2 Counties, and a Lot of Baloney How to explain the mental nose dives of the medical examiner and the chief circuit judge when they were confronted with the story of the slow, miserable death in 1995 of Scientologist Lisa McPherson at the Fort Harrison Hotel? This is the part I gag on: The Internal Revenue Service gave Scientology the tax-exempt protection of a religion. If what they do at Scientology headquarters in Clearwater is a religion, then I'm a planet. Saturn, say, rings and all. deaths, lawsuits, Lisa McPherson, Press, Scientology and Society
April 8, 2000 Judge Rejects Church Argument In a ruling that stunned the Church of Scientology and its lawyers, a Hillsborough County judge said Friday that religious rights are not a central issue in the 1995 death of Scientologist Lisa McPherson. Hea also said it is not clear whether McPherson consented to her treatment by Scientology staffers before she died in their care. That question should be left to a jury, the judge said. deaths, false imprisonment, lawsuits, Lisa McPherson, Press

deaths in the News

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September 30, 1996 Patrice Vic Trial Begins - Scientology Executive Charged with Manslaughter Trial begins in the death of Patrice Vic. Scientology executive Jean-Jacques Mazier is charged with manslaughter, and 22 other Scientologists also face charges. crimes, deaths, France, Patrice Vic, Press