Case against Scientologists partly due to woman’s Christian duty

Irish Times, Jan. 15, 2002

A woman agreed at the High Court yesterday that she was pursuing a legal action for damages against the Church of Scientology partly because she felt it was her Christian duty.

She would have taken the case even if she was a Muslim, Ms

She added that she believed in the remit of Christ and, if there was wrong, to expose it to the light.

However, her main reason for taking the action was because the things perpetrated against her had damaged her. She would have done so even if she was a Muslim and not because she was a Christian.

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