Church of Scientology drops motion for temporary injunction against Debbie Cook - 2012-02-10

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F7.png Church of Scientology drops motion for temporary injunction against Debbie Cook February 10, 2012, Joe Childs, Tampa Bay Times

Stung by damaging testimony about its inner workings, the Church of Scientology abruptly ended its effort to silence former Clearwater leader Debbie Cook on Friday, beating an uncharacteristic legal retreat and emboldening Cook to keep talking.

Just hours after the church dropped its request for an injunction enforcing a confidentiality agreement with Cook, she sat with reporters and said she hopes the turbulent events of the past few days open church members' eyes.

"I'm hoping that it will create a reformation from within," said Cook, who had previously declined to talk to the media.


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