Friday July 10, 2020

Mayo man’s battle with Scientologist back in court

Man wants review of earlier award of damages against a Scientologist

7th August, 2016
The case is due to wind up before the Four Courts in the coming months Pic:

A long-running legal battle involving current and former members of the Church of Scientology is due to wind its way back to the Four Courts.

Co Mayo man Pete Griffiths is appealing a €5,000 Circuit Court award from earlier this year against a Scientologist who launched a “vitriolic” personal attack on his character.

He had sought compensation of €50,000 against Zabrina Collins after she sent a semi-naked photo of him to the principal...

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