Casey Hill

Casey Hill in the News

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December 11, 1992 Scientologists Agree To Settlement Concerns that the Church of Scientology had made its Toronto incorporation judgment-proof to dodge a record libel award against it have been relieved by an out-of-court settlement approved by the Ontario Court of Appeal. Scientology's Toronto organization must give government lawyer S. Casey Hill $29,350 toward legal costs he incurred to fight its appeal of a $1.6-million Ontario Court award for libelling him. The Toronto Scientologists must also pay another $300,000 into court as security against Mr. Hill's legal bills in fighting the appeal. Casey Hill, lawsuits, Press, Toronto
November 26, 1992 Scientologists' Offices Mortgaged, Court Told The Church of Scientology was accused yesterday of having tried to make its Toronto incorporation judgment-proof in the wake of a jury's record $1.6-million libel award. Mr. Armstrong told Madam Justice Hilda McKinlay that the sect's Los Angeles-based international office was apparently responsible for more than $6-million in mortgages placed on the Yonge Street offices of the Church of Scientology of Toronto within weeks of the jury making the award on Oct. 3, 1991. Casey Hill, lawsuits, Press, Toronto
October 28, 1988 Church Lawyer Alleges Ministry Bias Premier David Peterson has been asked to appoint independent lawyers to prosecute the Church of Scientology, after allegations that the Attorney-General's Ministry is caught in a conflict of interest. Lawyers for the church also asked the provincial auditor yesterday to examine the propriety of the ministry's having financed a civil suit launched by one of its own lawyers against the church and several media outlets. Casey Hill, defamation, lawsuits, Press, Scientology and Society, Toronto

Casey Hill in the News

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October 4, 1991 Scientology Libels Casey Hill Again - The Day after Jury Finds them Guilty The day after a jury finds Scientology and their attorney, Morris Manning, guilty of libelling Casey Hill and slaps Scientology and Manning with a $1.6 million fine, Scientology republishes the libel against Hill in a press release delivered to the media. Canada, Casey Hill, defamation