Well, you got lucky, i found this in one of the first few paragraphs:
"OTC [Operation Transport Corp. Ltd.], was a sham corporation controlled by L Ron Hubbard and petitioner [CST] (p. 399)… Its board of directors lacked bona fides (p. 399)… To disguise these payments as debt repayment and to conceal the OTC sham a cover story was developed (p. 439)… In pursuit of the conspiracy, petitioner filed false tax returns, burglarized IRS offices, stole IRS documents, and harassed, delayed, and obstructed IRS agents. Petitioner gave false information to, and concealed relevant information from, the IRS about its corporate structure and relationship to OTC… CHURCH MEMBERS AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF THE HIERARCHY, NOT JUST ORDINARY CHURCH MEMBERS, PARTICIPATED IN THE CONSPIRACY (emphasis added, p. 505-506)." [From Church of Scientology v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 83 T.C. 381 Aff'd, 823 F.2d 9th Cir. (1987) cert. den. 486 U.S. 108 S. Ct. 1752 (1988). Also see Hernandez v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue.]
However, when I searched for the terms bolded above in ALL of the cases from 1987, I couldnt find anything speaking about this event.
However, after further searching, I found the case. The author above isnt that good at citing .
However, to get back to the point, all of this, even if true, hardly makes scientology any more dangerous than any other religion.
Christians have a history of wanting to overthrow the entire government and institute a theocracy. The government is infused to the core with christian fundamentalists.
I see no evidence to support your belief that scientology is the most "dangerous" religion.