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The Irish branch of the Church of Scientology remains deep in the red as revenues continue to decline.
Interest-free loans from overseas Scientologist and from other Church of Scientology ‘missions’ are keeping the Dublin branch abroad. [Read more...]
Interest-free loans from abroad are propping up the troubled Irish branch of the controversial Church of Scientology. Financial documents seen by the Irish Independent reveal that the church is more than £1m in the red after running up huge legal … [Read more...]
The controversial Irish arm of the Church of Scientology has a massive £1.1m deficit in its accounts. In just three years, retained losses at the church soared 6,200pc to £1.1m at the end of April 2003 from a modest loss … [Read more...]
Irish Times, Mar. 14, 2003 The long-running action for damages by a woman against the Church of Scientology and three of its members came to a dramatic end at the High Court yesterday when the judge was told the case … [Read more...]
Irish Times, Mar. 13, 2003 http://infobrix.yellowbrix.com/ NOTE: On the same day that this item was reported, the Scientology cult settled out of court A woman who is suing the Church of Scientology appeared to have been hypnotised while undergoing an … [Read more...]
RTE News (Ireland), Mar. 13, 2003 A High Court action for damages by a Dublin sports shop owner against the Church of Scientology has ended after out of court talks. The case taken by Mary Johnston was expected to last … [Read more...]
Irish Times, Mar. 12, 2003 http://infobrix.yellowbrix.com/ The High Court has been urged not to engage in a “wholly impermissible type of religious discrimination” by permitting an inquiry into the truth or falsity of the Church of Scientology‘s religious claims. For … [Read more...]