Judge upholds fair use in scientology case; Net angle

Milliot, Jim
September 1995
Publishers Weekly;9/4/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 36, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that the Virginia district court judge has denied a request by the Church of Scientology to impound records obtained by the Washington Post that include scriptures of the church. Christopher Wolf as the lawyer of the Washington Post; Other lawsuit filed by the Scientologists.


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