Scientologie aux USA: des "experts" disent que les méthodes frauduleuses d'extorsion de la secte ne mettent pas son exemprtion d'impôts en péril

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xenufrance
See more about the scientology lies to the IRS into:
http://www.xenufrance.net/0eng.htm

Tax experts: Church's money-raising practices don't appear to threaten
tax-exempt status

By Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin, Times Staff Writers
Monday, November 21, 2011

FOR 40 years beginning in the 1950s, IRS officials sorted through the maze
of corporate entities that compose Scientology, trying to make sense of the
organization. So when the church made a bid in the early 1990s to have its
tax-exempt status reinstated, the agency had questions.

What about all those lawsuits against the church, including many saying it
was slow to refund parishioners' money?

If so many of Scientology's staff members and so much of its writings were
devoted to making money, wasn't it really a business?

How close is the relationship between the church and its well-financed
membership group, the International Association of Scientologists?
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suite sur:
http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology/article1202009.ece
et sur
http://www.xenufrance.net/0eng.htm pour les détails des documents fournis à
l'IRS en 1990-1993.
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JCL
Le #23997721
xenufrance a formulé ce mercredi :
See more about the scientology lies to the IRS into:
http://www.xenufrance.net/0eng.htm

Tax experts: Church's money-raising practices don't appear to threaten
tax-exempt status

By Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin, Times Staff Writers
Monday, November 21, 2011

FOR 40 years beginning in the 1950s, IRS officials sorted through the maze of
corporate entities that compose Scientology, trying to make sense of the
organization. So when the church made a bid in the early 1990s to have its
tax-exempt status reinstated, the agency had questions.

What about all those lawsuits against the church, including many saying it
was slow to refund parishioners' money?

If so many of Scientology's staff members and so much of its writings were
devoted to making money, wasn't it really a business?

How close is the relationship between the church and its well-financed
membership group, the International Association of Scientologists?
.../...

suite sur:
http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology/article1202009.ece
et sur
http://www.xenufrance.net/0eng.htm pour les détails des documents fournis à
l'IRS en 1990-1993.



Stp tu peux traduire? On est sur un forum francophone ici...

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xenufrance
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"JCL" 4ecda9a8$0$5682$
xenufrance a formulé ce mercredi :
See more about the scientology lies to the IRS into:
http://www.xenufrance.net/0eng.htm

Tax experts: Church's money-raising practices don't appear to threaten
tax-exempt status

By Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin, Times Staff Writers
Monday, November 21, 2011

FOR 40 years beginning in the 1950s, IRS officials sorted through the
maze of corporate entities that compose Scientology, trying to make sense
of the organization. So when the church made a bid in the early 1990s to
have its tax-exempt status reinstated, the agency had questions.

What about all those lawsuits against the church, including many saying
it was slow to refund parishioners' money?

If so many of Scientology's staff members and so much of its writings
were devoted to making money, wasn't it really a business?

How close is the relationship between the church and its well-financed
membership group, the International Association of Scientologists?
.../...

suite sur:
http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology/article1202009.ece
et sur
http://www.xenufrance.net/0eng.htm pour les détails des documents fournis
à l'IRS en 1990-1993.



Stp tu peux traduire? On est sur un forum francophone ici...



je sais, mais ce n'est pas possible de traduire la masse des documents qui
paraissent, il me faudrait nettement plus de temps. Je me contente donc de
résumer dans le titre, ou dans un paragraphe, ou en commentant. Il reste la
possibilité de la traduction google, mais bon, c'est pas toujours géant!

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Olivier Miakinen
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Le 24/11/2011 08:50, xenufrance répondait à JCL :

Stp tu peux traduire? On est sur un forum francophone ici...



je sais, mais ce n'est pas possible de traduire la masse des documents qui
paraissent, il me faudrait nettement plus de temps.



Dans ce cas, il y a une solution encore plus simple : tu ne publies
pas, comme ça tu n'as rien besoin de traduire ! Déjà il y a toutes
les chances pour que, même si tu avais traduit, ce soit hors charte
dans au moins l'un des deux groupes. Non traduit, c'est forcément
hors charte dans les deux.

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