Classes for defendants have ties to church - 1997-02-02

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F15.png Classes for defendants have ties to church February 2, 1997, Craig Pittman, St. Petersburg Times

"I was assured it was secular," Rushing said. "I was assured it doesn't teach religion and it wasn't a Church of Scientology publication."

The course is run by an organization called Criminon, which a recent issue of the Scientology publication Freedom defined as an "independent and non-religious" organization that is "strongly supported by the Church of Scientology" - another fact Eggleston said nobody mentioned, either in court or in class.


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