The Black & White of Justice
Many Americans, because they are not a member of a group so affected, never have stopped to consider the problems which religions face in the courts. For whatever reason, religions are not underdogs championed by the media. But millions of Americans are affected, just as millions of Americans have had to face judicial prejudice because they are not white. In this issue, we give you the results of our investigations and expose judicial discrimination in all forms - from racial to religious to judges who simply seek to act as "social engineers" - and get to what lies behind them.
Now, as the Internet is rapidly outgrowing any scope ever envisioned by its founders, the Church of Scientology is among those working to ensure that the same rights, responsibilities and freedoms granted by the Constitution apply in cyberspace.
Scientology is today fully recognized as a bona fide religion both in the United States and around the world. Yet, until a few years ago, it was plagued by cases brought by a few who viewed litigation against a church as a potential money-making proposition.
The Church of Scientology and landmark legal rulings have never been strangers. Consider just the past half-year: Scientology Wins First Internet Fight - Landmark case says copyright laws apply to material in Cyberspace.
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