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From news.interserv.net!news.sprintlink.net!howland.reston.ans.net!math.ohio-state.edu!jussieu.fr!univ-lyon1.fr!swidir.switch.ch!cisun2000.unil.ch!isrec-c205!Patrick.Luscher Tue Jul 18 10:04:01 1995
Subject: Good news from Switzerland
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 17:51:58
Organization: Université de Lausanne
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The federal court of Lausanne (the highest court in Switzerland)
has refused to 3 scientologists to have a right to reply after the publication
of an article in a economical newspaper (about 1 year ago) concerning the
infiltration of the sciento in the buisness area (wise & Co).
The court says that the article of the sciento is not so different (!) from
the newspaper's one, and that it's only proselytism.
(source:Le Nouveau Quotidien 7/18/95)
I've read the original article (in Bilan, june 94) and it was really terrible
for the sciento...they give the name and address of all the scientologists who
try to sell admin tech to buisness people in the french speaking part of
Switzerland and they tell the wonderfull story of Xenu (God bless him!)
So, as you can see it is really a good news.