L. Ron Hubbard Remains Recluse, out of legal touch - 1985-07-17

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F218.png L. Ron Hubbard Remains Recluse, out of legal touch July 17, 1985, Clyde Jabin, UPI

PORTLAND, Ore. -- The whereabouts of L. Ron Hubbard remain a mystery with a judge's mistrial ruling that removed a $20 million judgment against the reclusive founder of the Church of Scientology.

Hubbard was last seen publicly when he resided in Hemet, Calif., in 1980.

Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Donald H. Londer's ruling came a day after attorneys submitted two motions to dismiss the case against Hubbard or to set aside a default order and stay entry of judgment. The latter motion was designed to allow Hubbard, who was declared in default on April 30 for failing to have legal representation in court during the 11-week trial, to enter the case so he could defend himself.


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