Victory for the Scientologists - 1969-02-14

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F54.png Victory for the Scientologists February 14, 1969, Time magazine

In court, the Government said that the literature had made misleading statements about the machines' curative powers and had thus violated the federal law against improper labeling. A federal jury agreed. Last week, however, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., reversed that decision.

Until the Government can refute the claim that Scientology is a religion, said the court, the E-meters and their accompanying leaflets are protected from seizure by the right of freedom of worship -- which puts them beyond the reach of the FDA.

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