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December 25, 1976 LA police agree to preserve Scientology data pending trial Los Angeles Times: LA police agree to preserve Scientology data pending trial lawsuits
December 4, 1976 Scientologists discuss settlement of libel suits filed on book Los Angeles Times: Scientologists discuss settlement of libel suits filed on book lawsuits
July 20, 1976 Court upholds search of Scientology church's imports Los Angeles Times: Court upholds search of Scientology church's imports lawsuits
July 7, 1976 Church of Scientology received expedited appeal on court ruling Los Angeles Times: Church of Scientology received expedited appeal on court ruling lawsuits
March 9, 1976 US District Court rules on Scientologoy suit against State Dept. Los Angeles Times: US District Court rules on Scientologoy suit against State Dept. lawsuits
January 14, 1976 US District Court rules DEA has power to keep papers secret Los Angeles Times: US District Court rules DEA has power to keep papers secret lawsuits
January 9, 1976 US District Judge comments on Scientology case Los Angeles Times: US District Judge comments on Scientology case lawsuits
April 1, 1972 Author Here Sues Scientologists Paulette Cooper, a freelance writer, has accused the Church of Scientology in a lawsuit filed here of "intentional interference" with her constitutional freedom of speech and press, charging that the organization threatened her in the form of libel suits and wiretapping after her critical book about the quasi-religious organization was published last fall. harassment, lawsuits, New York, Paulette Cooper, Press
May 1, 1971 the back page (p. 56) of Realist #90 (May-June 1971) consists entirely of an article describing Scientology's lawsuit against Th Realist: the back page (p. 56) of Realist #90 (May-June 1971) consists entirely of an article describing Scientology's lawsuit against The Realist. lawsuits
June 13, 1968 Scientology is slammed in court as 'evil cult' East Grinstead Observer: Scientology is slammed in court as 'evil cult' lawsuits