FBI Quizzes Deputy Whose Remarks Touch on Judge in Scientology Case - 1980-07-02

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F43.png FBI Quizzes Deputy Whose Remarks Touch on Judge in Scientology Case July 2, 1980, Laura A. Kiernan, Washington Post

FBI agents yesterday questioned a deputy U.S. marshal who allegedly made tape-recorded statements that are now being used by two members of the Church of Scientology to get U.S. District Judge Charles R. Richey to disqualify himself from presiding over their criminal case.

The deputy, James Perry, who has been on leave without pay from his job since November, had been sought by the U.S. marshal's service since June 23 after the Scientologists filed court papers, contending that Perry's alleged statements supported their contention that Judge Richey is biased against them.

Perry was located at his Southeast Washington residence Monday afternoon.

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{{cite news | author = Laura A. Kiernan | title = FBI Quizzes Deputy Whose Remarks Touch on Judge in Scientology Case | url = https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1980/07/02/fbi-quizzes-deputy-whose-remarks-touch-on-judge-in-scientology-case/7fb8b0c8-84ec-4f0f-8698-931d0a962e9f/?utm_term=.d425678c9112 | work = Washington Post | date = July 2, 1980 | accessdate = February 17, 2017 }}