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Double Crossed - 1999-12-23

F57.png Double Crossed December 23, 1999, Tony Ortega, Phoenix New Times

Cipriano says that when he agreed to help Scientology destroy one of its enemies, the church leased him a house and a car, helped finance his nonprofit business, and paid off a debt that freed him from a felony probation sentence. Cipriano also says his Scientology attorney rewarded him with a job at Earthlink, the Internet provider started by Scientologists. Berry, meanwhile, says the church's harassment has severely hampered his ability to practice law.

But given their backgrounds, it's easy to dismiss Berry and Cipriano when they say Scientology -- which has earned a reputation for harassing enemies with covert operations -- is up to its old tricks.

However, it's not so easy to dismiss a pile of documents suggesting just that.

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{{cite news | first = Tony | last = Ortega | title = Double Crossed | url = | work = Phoenix New Times | date = December 23, 1999 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}