Raul Lopez

After suffering a horrible auto accident, Raul Lopez was diabled for life. Scientologists convinced him that Scientology could help him, and, even though trauma to his brain left him unable to make decisions for himself, Scientology obtained enormous sums of money from Lopez before his family and attorneys intervened.

Raul Lopez in the News

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January 18, 2001 Letters To The Editor: Battlefield Earth, Raul Lopez Stories Los Angeles New Times: Letters To The Editor: Battlefield Earth, Raul Lopez Stories Raul Lopez
January 11, 2001 Letters To The Editor: Raul Lopez Story Los Angeles New Times: Letters To The Editor: Raul Lopez Story Raul Lopez
December 21, 2000 Brained: Mentally impaired Raul Lopez was $1.7 million richer as the result of an accident settlement -- until he joined the Chu Los Angeles New Times: Brained: Mentally impaired Raul Lopez was $1.7 million richer as the result of an accident settlement -- until he joined the Church of Scientology Raul Lopez
March 29, 1999 Critics Public And Private Keep Pressure On Scientology - At Home Scientology reacts to the pickets by sending staffers out to confront them and take pictures. Increasingly, Scientologists go out and picket critics' home or office, distributing fliers that accuse them of being "religious bigots." Some pickets say Scientologists have frightened elderly family members with visits and questions about their picketing. Bob Minton, harassment, Keith Henson, lawsuits, Press, Raul Lopez