Innocent Plea in Scientology Case - 1998-12-01

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F372.png Innocent Plea in Scientology Case December 1, 1998, Associated Press

CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) _ The Church of Scientology entered a written innocent plea Monday to charges in the death of a member who spent 17 days in isolation at the church's international retreat.

Lisa McPherson, 36, died Dec. 5, 1995, after being under the 24-hour care of church members at the church's Fort Harrison Hotel.

An autopsy showed she died of an embolism, or blood vessel blockage, in her left lung caused by "bed rest and severe dehydration."


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