Scientology Crime Syndicate

On 22 Apr 1999 16:59:42 GMT, in alt.religion.scientology you wrote:

jimdbb@aol.com (JimDBB)

The Scientologists-on lIne web sites are of some value to attorneys and persons seeking information.

Recently, an attorney had a client who had sent his child to a dentist for a check up. This dentist set up an elaborate and very expensive treatment program. The father was suspicious and sent the child to another dentist who said that all that was necessary was a good cleaning. The father made some considerable noise and letters to the Dental community with accusations of fraud etc. against the first dentist. The first dentist then sued the father for defamation. The father engaged an attorney who turned out to be quite enterprising. This attorney found a former employee of the dentist who said that this dentist was involved with a certain Mangement consulting group. The attorney surfed the net and found information on the Management group and discovered the scientology connection. Somehow the attorney discovered the 'Scientologists-On-Line site and guess who he found...the expensive dentist.

This matter was quickly settled to the fathers satisfaction.

Click here for some additional truth about the Scientology crime syndicate: XENU.NET

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