Angry Scientology Leaders Blast Hubbard Death Controversy - 1986-01-30

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F372.png Angry Scientology Leaders Blast Hubbard Death Controversy January 30, 1986, Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Church of Scientology leaders say they are angered by suggestions that the reported death of founder L. Ron Hubbard was a hoax designed to end an Internal Revenue Service investigation.

"I am chagrined, I am angered, I am incensed, that an individual, and those backing him, would attempt in any way to denigrate the founder of this church," Heber Jentzsch, president of Church of Scientology International, said Wednesday.

He and Scientology general counsel John Peterson said longtime Scientology foe Michael Flynn had created a controversy over Hubbard's death.


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