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|• [AUG/10] Aug 4th. AnonSParrow notified to turn himself in to face criminal charges no later than Aug 5th. This was the first indication of any criminal proceedings.|
|• [AUG/10] Aug 4th . AnonSParrow obtains the services of a criminal defense lawyer.|
|• [AUG/10] Aug 5th. AnonSParrow presents self at police station in early morning (6am), is detained for processing...|
|• [AUG/10] Aug 6th. Released from holding. • Release Condition: • Stay Away Order: Filed • Charge Filed : |
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Example of Scientology's 'Fair Game' History:
Example of Scientology's PSYCHO-TERROR History:
Paulette Cooper's conflict with the Church of Scientology began in 1970 when the Church filed suit against her in British court for an article she wrote that was published in London's Queen magazine. An expansion of this, her first book, The Scandal of Scientology, came out in 1971; it was a critical exposé of the activities and beliefs of the Church of Scientology.
The book earned her more negative attention from members of the Church, and that same year saw a second lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court against her by the church. Further lawsuits and countersuits followed throughout the years, totaling nineteen suits from all over the world that Scientology instituted against Cooper, and three counterclaims that she instituted.
Through the years as she continued to expose the Church, Paulette Cooper was the target not only of litigation but of several harassment campaigns including a Scientology campaign known as Operation Freakout, the goal of which was to deter Cooper from criticism of Scientology by having her "incarcerated in a mental institution or jail or at least to hit her so hard that she drops her attacks." In a previous campaign titled Operation Dynamite the church sent itself forged bomb threats, purportedly from Cooper, using her typewriter and paper with her fingerprints on it; further plans included bomb threats to be sent to Henry Kissinger. The Church's campaign was discovered when the FBI raided Scientology offices in 1977 and recovered documents relating to the operation. The Church finally agreed to an out-of-court settlement with Cooper in 1985 in exchange for her discontinuing her legal actions against Scientology.