More Break-Ins Revealed In Scientology Spy Case - 1979-10-26

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F43.png More Break-Ins Revealed In Scientology Spy Case October 26, 1979, Timothy S. Robinson, Washington Post

Church of Scientology spies committed scores of break-ins at government offices -- including those of the Department of Justice and the Internal Revenue Service -- in Washington and elsewhere to obtain secret files containing information about the church, according to evidence in federal court here yesterday.

Church operatives also infiltrated governmnet agencies, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Coast Guard intelligence service, to conduct their burglary, bugging and spying operation, the evidence said.

The Scientologist burglars would be given awards for their performances by the church, the evidence asserted.

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{{cite news | author = Timothy S. Robinson | title = More Break-Ins Revealed In Scientology Spy Case | url = https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1979/10/26/more-break-ins-revealed-in-scientology-spy-case/23df4e47-53b1-42e2-b9ac-2e6a9e6da59a/?utm_term=.7b4d3c684ba4 | work = Washington Post | date = October 26, 1979 | accessdate = February 18, 2017 }}