U.S. Marshals Serve Warrant in Scientology Case - 1995-08-12

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F372.png U.S. Marshals Serve Warrant in Scientology Case August 12, 1995, Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) _ U.S. marshals seized computer equipment and files Saturday from a Virginia man accused by the Church of Scientology of posting its most sacred texts on the Internet.

Marshals also served Arnaldo Lerma, 44, with a restraining order barring him from revealing more of the church's copyrighted documents in a federal copyright infringement suit filed by the church on Friday.

"What he was engaging in was a form of copyright terrorism," said Helena Kobrin, an attorney with Scientology's Religious Technology Center. "It's not OK to do this with people's copyrighted materials."


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