Church of Scientology faces criminal charges for underpaying workers - 2011-09-14

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F30.png Church of Scientology faces criminal charges for underpaying workers September 14, 2011, Bonnie Malkin, The Telegraph

In the draft copy of the ombudsman's report, which is due out later this week in full, people working for the church tabled allegations of false imprisonment and forced labour.

In some cases, members in the church's elite Sea Org unit, described as the Church's "religious order", said they were made to work for up to seven days for just $10 (£6.50), despite the Church earning millions.


{{cite news | first = Bonnie | last = Malkin | title = Church of Scientology faces criminal charges for underpaying workers | url = http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/australiaandthepacific/australia/8761824/Church-of-Scientology-faces-criminal-charges-for-underpaying-workers.html | work = The Telegraph | date = September 14, 2011 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}