Scientology not only opposes Valerie Haney's do-over, but wants $160,000 in sanctions - 2020-07-23

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F347.png Scientology not only opposes Valerie Haney's do-over, but wants $160,000 in sanctions July 23, 2020, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

(Attorney Matthew Hinks wants sanctions against Valerie Haney)

On August 11, a hearing is scheduled at Los Angeles Superior Court for Valerie Haney's request for a do-over in her kidnapping and libel lawsuit against the Church of Scientology.

If you remember, on January 30 Judge Richard Burdge Jr derailed the lawsuit when he granted Scientology's motion to compel Valerie to take her grievances to Scientology's own "religious arbitration." Scientology had successfully argued that when Valerie left her longtime position with the church, she had signed a contract agreeing to take any complaints to arbitration rather than to a civil court, and Judge Burdge agreed that the contract was binding, even in a case alleging kidnapping, stalking, and slander, much of which had occurred after she left her job with the church.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Scientology not only opposes Valerie Haney's do-over, but wants $160,000 in sanctions | url = https://tonyortega.org/2020/07/23/scientology-not-only-opposes-valerie-haneys-do-over-but-wants-160000-in-sanctions/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = July 23, 2020 | accessdate = July 24, 2020 }}