The Church of Scientology attempted Thursday to quiet claims... - 1983-02-10

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F218.png The Church of Scientology attempted Thursday to quiet claims... February 10, 1983, JOAN GOULDING, UPI

LOS ANGELES -- The Church of Scientology attempted Thursday to quiet claims that founder L. Ron Hubbard is dead, releasing what officials said was a handwritten note from the recluse to prove he is alive and well.

A letter dated Feb. 3 and signed L. Ron Hubbard was submitted Tuesday to Superior Court Judge John Cole in connection with a Scientology suit against a former church leader, according to court and church officials.

Church President Heber Jentzsch said affidavits by two experts who analyzed the handwriting, fingerprints and ink used in the letter proved conclusively that Hubbard, 71, was alive -- contrary to allegations and speculation by Hubbard's son and former church leaders.

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{{cite news | author = JOAN GOULDING | title = The Church of Scientology attempted Thursday to quiet claims... | url = https://www.upi.com/Archives/1983/02/10/The-Church-of-Scientology-attempted-Thursday-to-quiet-claims/3232413701200/ | work = UPI | date = February 10, 1983 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}