Scientologists Clash With Anti-Cult Group In Lawsuits - 1992-10-10

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F372.png Scientologists Clash With Anti-Cult Group In Lawsuits October 10, 1992, Tony Rogers, Associated Press

BOSTON (AP) _ Scientologists, long a target of deprogrammers, have gone to court to try to turn the tables, claiming they were illegally barred from joining an anti- cult group.

In a flurry of lawsuits filed around the nation, dozens of members of the Church of Scientology said they tried to join the Cult Awareness Network but were rejected because of their church affiliation.

Many of the lawsuits were filed last week after a federal grand jury indicted three alleged members of the Cult Awareness Network on charges they conspired to abduct and deprogram an heir to the Du Pont chemical fortune.


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