Belgium - Church of scientology European Office for Public Affairs and Human Rights
A sign on the entrance of the building of Church of scientology European Office for Public Affairs and Human Rights, 91 of Loi / Wet street in Brussels, Belgium. Federal Judicial Authorities plan to prosecute the church for being a criminal organisation that it has alleged defrauded its members. Belgium judicial authorities opened their investigation into the Scientology movement in Belgium back in 1997, after having received tip-offs from ex-members of the church. the ten-year investigation has come to a close. It was anounced 04 September 2007 that a total of twelve people all from the Belgian branch of the Church of Scientology or from the orga E
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