Scientology unaware of spies, trial told - 1992-05-28

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F94.png Scientology unaware of spies, trial told May 28, 1992, Wendy Darroch, Toronto Star

Jane Kender, 55, was deputy guardian of the Church of Scientology in Sussex, England, in 1968 when the British government put a ban on Scientologists coming into the country, she told court yesterday.

When the government ban was imposed, "reporters phoned from around the world, TV crews were popping out from behind bushes, we had anonymous death threats, bullet holes in the windows, children were harassed because their parents were Scientologists - it was unbelievable," Kender testified.


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