Woman suing Scientologists feared private life would be made public
ReligionNewsBlog.com • Saturday December 7, 2002
Irish Times, Dec. 7, 2002
A woman who is suing the Church of Scientology was photographed by a man while she was on a licensed premises early last year, the High Court was told yesterday. Ms reading a nine-page article about Scientology, written by Prof Brian Wilson, of Oxford University. Ms Johnston agreed this was a reasonable summary of what Scientologists believed.
She agreed she became friendly with Mr Cunnigham in the early 1990s. There was never any romantic relationship between them. They moved into a house in Firhouse in late 1991. In early 1992, she began dianetic auditing.
She agreed she had “let fly” at Mr Cunnigham over the state of the house once, and later apologised. Mr Cunnigham suggested she try a session of dianetic auditing and she “reluctantly” agreed. Mr Collins said Mr Cunningham’s recollection was that she was very enthusiastic about it.
She could not recall asking Mr Cunnigham to destroy notes of sessions where she had divulged “my secrets”.
The hearing continues.
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