Judge: Testimony about Scientology's abuses so bad, it should get kicked out of the country - 2017-03-20

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F347.png Judge: Testimony about Scientology's abuses so bad, it should get kicked out of the country March 20, 2017, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

(Lemberger leaves court with Scientology's Eric Lieberman, Mattan Ben Shaul, and Monique Yingling)

Dani Lemberger is back from a well-deserved weeklong vacation in the country of Jordan and we talked to him briefly yesterday, asking him what he could say about his recently concluded trial in Tel Aviv, Israel.

We have talked to three people who were in the courtroom during the trial, and we also obtained transcripts of much of the proceedings. We knew that Dani and Tami Lemberger were suing the Church of Scientology for libel and fraud, but that they were asking for only a modest amount in damages — 80,000 shekels, which is about $22,000. The church, for its part, wanted the Lembergers to stop violating church trademarks and copyrights when they offer "independent" Scientology at their "Dror Center" in Haifa. So how did things turn out?


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Judge: Testimony about Scientology's abuses so bad, it should get kicked out of the country | url = https://tonyortega.org/2017/03/20/judge-testimony-about-scientologys-abuses-so-bad-it-should-get-kicked-out-of-the-country/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = March 20, 2017 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}