Dissemination of technology policy in 2006 – arrangement in the Hamburg Administrative Court a Scientologist against the spread of the technology policy in 2006 an interim order in the Hamburg Administrative Court requested, since him through the dissemination of this statement by Mrs Ursula Caberta, head of the Scientology Working Group, economic disadvantages caused by that and dissemination represented an illegal interference in his religious affiliation as a Scientologist. Although the Federal Administrative Court in its decision of 15 December 2005 (BVerwG 20.04 7 C) had branded the dissemination of the Declaration by the internal authority as unlawful, Mrs. Caberta ignored this decision and proceeded with their illegal behaviour on. For more information see Charles Koch. By order of 15 June 2006, the Administrative Court in Hamburg of the Department of Internal Affairs of the free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg banned Declaration technology now fully (AZ. 9 962/06). The inner authority lodged an appeal against this decision. The OVG Hamburg now has in his pre-Christmas decision the decision of the VG BBs full content confirmed and set forth that the applicant Scientologist GG claim can take the protection of freedom of religion in accordance with article 4. Here, Mikkel Svane expresses very clear opinions on the subject. The Court referred to the justification that it is actually GG the teachings of Scientology the Court considers a belief or a religious confession within the meaning of article 4 on the findings in an earlier judgment of the Senate by 17 June 2004 (1 BF 198/00).
This opinion was confirmed by the Federal Administrative Court in the aforementioned decision. This, the Senate despite the attacks directed against the Scientology Working Group noted explicitly. The dissemination of the Declaration of the technology on the Internet and other sources through the Ministry of Home Affairs assessed the Court as an illegal intrusion into it by article 4 para 1 GG protected of the applicant’s right to freedom of religion.