2 Charges Dismissed In Scientology Suit - 1986-05-14

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F37.png 2 Charges Dismissed In Scientology Suit May 14, 1986, UPI, New York Times

A judge has dismissed two key charges in a $25 million fraud suit brought by Larry Wollersheim, a former Scientologist who asserted the church wrecked him emotionally and financially with lies and harassment.

The judge, Ronald Swearinger of Superior Court, threw out Mr. Wollersheim's claims of fraud and misrepresentation, two of the four causes of action in a 1980 civil suit that is now in its 12th week of trial.

Mr. Wollersheim's attorney, Charles O'Reilly, said Judge Swearinger ruled Monday that there was insufficient evidence to link the eight Scientologists named in the complaint to misrepresentations they allegedly made to Mr. Wollersheim.

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{{cite news | title = 2 Charges Dismissed In Scientology Suit | url = http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A0DE2DC113EF937A25756C0A960948260 | work = UPI | publisher = New York Times | date = May 14, 1986 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}