Scientology Lawyer Offers Sizable Donation to Charity if Attorney General Drops Charges

Scientology Lawyer Offers Sizable Donation to Charity if Attorney General Drops Charges

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Clayton Ruby, lawyer for the Church of Scientology, sends a letter to Ontario Attorney-General Ian Scott saying that the organization offers to make a substantial contribution to community groups working with the poor and the elderly if the government drops criminal charges against Scientology.

Members of Scientology are alleged to have stolen documents from the government while working for government agencies. Scientology headquarters were raided in 1983 to retrieve the material. Riley insists that the offer is not a bribe.

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