Cult harassment, spying in Canada documented - 1980-01-23

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F0.png Cult harassment, spying in Canada documented January 23, 1980, John Marshall, Globe and Mail

As reported in the accompanying instalment in a series of accounts of the U.S. court proceedings, 35 Scientologists were alleged to have participated in conspiracies to steal government documents and to obstruct justice. Besides the nine sentenced to jail, 23 people were named as unindicted co-conspirators. Three others have been indicted and investigations are continuing in various parts of the United States by state and federal agencies.

Canadian activities have included the planting of spies with agencies and individuals considered to be barriers to the progress of the wealthy world-wide organization. It recently announced it had purchased $3.5-million worth of property in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa and Montreal.

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{{cite news | first = John | last = Marshall | title = Cult harassment, spying in Canada documented | url = http://www.scientology-lies.com/press/globe-and-mail/1980-01-23/scientology-papers-cult-harassment-spying-in-canada-documented.html | work = Globe and Mail | date = January 23, 1980 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}