Heber Jentzsch

Heber Jentzsch has been President of the Church of Scientology since 1982.

Heber Jentzsch in the News

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October 2, 1995 CoS president Heber Jentzsch says he'd go to jail rather than return the "advanced technology" files seized in the FACTnet raid Reuters: CoS president Heber Jentzsch says he'd go to jail rather than return the "advanced technology" files seized in the FACTnet raid crimes, Heber Jentzsch
April 10, 1995 Letters to the Editor: Scientology in the Workplace Letters to the Editor on the Wall Street Journal's coverage of the use of Scientology administrative practices, including L. Ron Hubbard's teachings that productivity is all-important; includes letters from Heber Jentzsch, President of Scientology, a Scientologist, two directors of cult information groups, and a former Allstate agent. Heber Jentzsch, Press, Scientology in the Workplace
September 3, 1994 Heber Jentzsch's letter to the editor Washington Post prints Heber Jentzsch's letter to the editor, which states that the Church of Scientology was founded "by persons other than Hubbard". Heber Jentzsch
December 12, 1988 Heber Jentzsch and 10 other members are released on $1 million bail Los Angeles Times: Heber Jentzsch and 10 other members are released on $1 million bail Heber Jentzsch
November 24, 1988 Scientology Leader Sent to Jail in Spain A judge in Spain ordered the head of the Church of Scientology International jailed Wednesday pending possible indictment on charges of fraud, criminal association and tax evasion. Judge Jose Maria Vazquez Honrubia said it will be at least a week before Heber Jentzsch of Los Angeles sees a second judge about setting bail. He said Jentzsch was being sent to a prison outside Madrid. The judge said authorities had frozen $1.76 million in bank accounts belonging to officials of the U.S.-based Church of Scientology and the church's drug rehabilitation program, Narconon. crimes, Heber Jentzsch, Madrid, Narconon, Press
November 22, 1988 69 Church of Scientology leaders, including director Heber Jentzsch, are arrested in Spain for extortion, forgery, and tax evasi Los Angeles Times: 69 Church of Scientology leaders, including director Heber Jentzsch, are arrested in Spain for extortion, forgery, and tax evasion Heber Jentzsch, taxes
November 22, 1988 Spain Seizes Scientology Leaders Police arrested 69 people in a raid on a hotel and accused 45 of them of fraud, illegal association and forgery for being members of the Church of Scientology. Among those held was Heber Jentzsch, 53, of Los Angeles, worldwide director of the faith, and two unidentified Americans, judicial sources said. In 1986 and again last June, Spain's Justice Ministry rejected a petition by the Church of Scientology for accreditation as a legitimate religious institution on the ground that the group's activities "negatively affect public health." crimes, Heber Jentzsch, Madrid, Press
November 17, 1985 Church Says Interplanetary Tyrant Exists Publication of secret documents that blame the world's troubles on an interplanetary tyrant named Xemu has held the Church of Scientology up to public ridicule. Church leaders vow to prevent further release of secret scriptures in ongoing courtroom battles with opponents the leaders say are attacking the Scientology religion. According to the tracts, Xemu, fighting galactic overpopulation, ordered humans and beings from other planets captured and placed in several large volcanoes. Heber Jentzsch, Larry Wollersheim, lawsuits, Los Angeles, Press, Xenu
April 3, 1983 Have Scientology Practices Led to Suicide Tries? It is not uncommon for present or former Scientology members to try to kill themselves, according to three national experts on the controversial religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard. Boston attorney Michael J. Flynn, interviewed on national television and by national magazines about his 20 lawsuits against the church, said he knows of at least 10 documented Scientology suicides or suicide attempts nationwide. dangers of Scientology, Heber Jentzsch