Conviction 'frightening' for religions, lawyer says - 1992-06-29

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F94.png Conviction 'frightening' for religions, lawyer says June 29, 1992, Jean Kavanagh, CP, Toronto Star

Both sides in the case, stemming from infiltration of the Ontario government and three police forces in the 1970s, claimed some victory when the church and three members were each found guilty on two counts and not guilty on charges of theft.

After receiving private complaints against the church in Toronto, and then discovering documents from the Ontario attorney general's office in a raid of church property in the U.S., the Ontario Provincial Police began an exhaustive investigation.


{{cite news | first = Jean | last = Kavanagh | title = Conviction 'frightening' for religions, lawyer says | url = http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/thestar/doc/436666267.html?FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT | work = CP | publisher = Toronto Star | date = June 29, 1992 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}