Another death at NN Arrowhead, July 19th 2012

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  1. BigBeard Member

    I think 'critical mass' has been reached. Now they're seeing Hambo, and others, actually getting settlements, it looks like the "1-800-Sue-Whatever" sharks are starting to circle.

    This can be good and bad. Good in that every bite helps bleed NN out, bad in most of the money ends up going to the 'shark', and not so much to the victim.

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  2. The Wrong Guy Member

    DOX: Emergency calls to Scientology’s flagship drug rehab center

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker

    Here’s another fun find from a friend to the Underground Bunker who has been digging up gems with the help of the Muckrock website. It’s a collection of emergency calls that brought Pittsburg County sheriff’s deputies to Narconon Arrowhead, Scientology’s flagship drug rehab center in Oklahoma, over a period of several years. Most of them were made between 2010 and 2015, but some are older, and they cover the period when three patients died at the facility from late 2011 to the middle of 2012.

    We’ve pulled out a few examples here, and you can see the full Muckrock embedded file below.

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  3. Intelligence Member

    WOW!!! THIS ^^^

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  4. Intelligence Member

    I'll say it again, 'The Narconon NAME is Poison - Google has taken a Wrecking-Ball to them'

    I've hear more than 3 times in past week that the 200 bed NN AH is down to 20 student?

    I haven't confirmed the above numbers, but I suspect they are close. NN's in North America
    are in very serious trouble and I've noticed a trend to open new NNs in third world contries
    and to open new NNs in the USA but NOT use the Narconon Name.

    The first time the Student will see the Narconon Name is when they are handed a $500.00 box
    of Narconon books.

    I received a document by Email yesterday that could be useful - the 'Federal Trade Commmision'
    who has the power to freeze their bank accounts and assets etc. It's a simple complaint process
    that 'can' rain hell down on Narconon or the no name - Narconons.

    The PDF file is too large at 2.894 MB to post here. Can a Mod/Admin give me more Data Upload capability?


    Look at the screenshot above. It says “Why These Tragic (Legal) ‘War Stories’ Could Get Your Bank Accounts Frozen By The FTC…And What You Can Do To Avoid Happening To You!” First of all, what does this statement mean by ‘war stories’? This term refers to lawsuits that have been the FTC against online marketers just like you. Many of them were the results of some very tragic legal mistakes, legal omissions, or lack of compliance.

    If you sell to consumers, and people who work at home are still considered to be consumers, located anywhere in the United States, you’re personally liable for deceptive marketing practices. This is true for you no matter where you are located in the world. You can be in Europe, for example, and selling into the US to consumers, and you will be held liable if your marketing practices are found to be deceptive. The remaining takeaways listed above really just kind of support this same idea.

    In order to build a case, one thing that the FTC does is simply go online and look at your website. In the fall of 2014, the FTC sent out 60 or so letters to online marketers that said something like “We’ve looked at your website, and we think we see a number of violations. We don’t see how in the world you can substantiate some of your ad claims, and we strongly recommend that you correct these things.” The FTC can see you 24/7 and certainly keep an eye on what you are doing.

    The way that the FTC really gets down into the nitty-gritty is through marketing funnels. They use some of the same tactics that online marketers use. Their prime funnel, according to Chip, is the complaint form on the FTC’s website. This form is shown above. If you Google ‘FTC complaint’, it will come up as the #1 hit. By the way, this form is a lot more comprehensive than the screenshot above might indicate. In fact, it’s very comprehensive. They are asking for lots of information.


    Basically, this form asks your customers, and those familiar with your website, to complain in great detail. This is one of the ways that they derive and collect information that they can use to build a case against you or some other online marketer. You may or may not be aware of this, but they also have a Facebook page. This page has a ‘Review’ section. Now a lot of these reviews consist of just gripes that people have, but they do check these things out. If there’s a complaint that looks significant, they will follow it. So, this is the second type of funnel that they use to collect information against marketers that are taking advantage of consumers. That’s what the FTC does. _________________________________________________________________________________________

    I have to rush into downtown Montreal and will post more later.
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  5. Intelligence Member

    OK, let's get rid of this nonsense about 'Reportedly, Narconon has ties to the church of Scientoloy'
    that the above video states.

    Here, at 2:22 minutes in, the 'Narconon Directory of Legal Affairs' admits that:> 'He is a Scientologist and that Narconon uses the teachings of Scientology in its Program' --

    This is NOT a 'tie to the church of Scientology' -- 'IT USES THE TEACHINGS OF SCIENTOLOGY
    IN ITS PROGRAM' ... right from the mouth of Mr' Foot-Bullet himself, Andre Ahern.:p
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  6. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    I suggest you pastebin it.
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  7. The Wrong Guy Member

    Death at Narconon Arrowhead | MuckRock

    Incident reports at controversial Scientology rehab center underscore reasons for that controversy.

    By Nicole Bousquet, April 27, 2015

    Narconon is a Scientology-affiliated drug rehab program with multiple US and international locations, known for using unorthodox, non-medicinal detox methods, mainly consisting of vitamin supplementation, exercise, and sauna time. While the program insists that its treatment methods are sound and that it does not preach Scientology, law enforcement records concerning a facility in Oklahoma - which include reports of three deaths - speak to their opponent's concerns.

    MuckRock user R. M. Seibert made several Narconon-related requests, and these Narconon Arrowhead Center incident reports were the first responsive materials to come in.

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  8. The Wrong Guy Member

    Help Wanted – Narconon Arrowhead | Sec Check

    Scientology’s drug and alcohol rehab facility in Oklahoma, Narconon Arrowhead, is seeking applicants for jobs that require experience in Scientology, not addiction recovery.

    Pro Course Supervisors and Ethics Officers Needed:

    Narconon Arrowhead, the Narconon network’s Flagship Narconon is looking for Pro Course Supervisors and Ethics Officers to join their team and help eradicate the world of drug and alcohol addiction.

    If you are looking for a change and want to be in a rewarding career that gives you the ability to care for others and help them overcome the obstacles and hurdles of drug or alcohol addiction through the application of LRH technology, Narconon Arrowhead holds some opportunities for you.

    As Narconon is approaching their 50th Golden Anniversary this is an opportune time to join our team and be a part of our expansion!

    Narconon Arrowhead is located in Canadian Oklahoma on the shores of Lake Eufaula. It is a calming beautiful location. Contact: Rebecca Pool or DannaSue Pruett to hear more about the Narconon Arrowhead Facility or this unique employment opportunity!

    Call: [snipped] or Email: [snipped]

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  9. RightOn Member

    what a great opportunity for a lucrative future:rolleyes:
  10. The Wrong Guy Member

    What are police in Fort Collins reluctant to turn over?

    By Tony Ortega, June 4, 2015

    Friend to the Underground Bunker and consummate researcher R. M. Seibert asked for us to make you aware of an appeal she’s posted to help her get her hands on some interesting documents. Lately, she’s been using the MuckRock website to request police records for calls at various Scientology facilities. (You might remember a fun 2008 police call at Delphi Boston we posted recently, as well as police records for Narconon Arrowhead.) Another facility she’s asked about is the Narconon facility in Fort Collins, Colorado. And unlike other agencies, the police there want a hefty payment to turn over their documents, which are apparently voluminous. So Seibert has posted a MuckRock page for raising those funds. If you feel like helping to chip in to get those records turned over, toss in a fiver or two.

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  11. jensting Member

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  12. RightOn Member

    can't wait to hear those incident reports
    I am a little confused. Is it common practice for a police station to charge a large sum of money for incident reports?
    I mean if you asked them to turn over reports for something else and it was either free or a lot less money, wouldn't that look strange?
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  13. patriot75 Member

    Narconon Arrowhead in Attendance
    Director of Narconon Arrowhead, Robert "Bobby" Newman, was in attendance at the event. He noted that while Tulsa County and surrounding areas are a concern, CAPSAT focuses their efforts on the four Tulsa zip codes of 74105, 74115, 74133, and 74316 due to the overwhelming problem concentrated in these areas.
    Prescription drug abuse involving benzodiazepines, stimulants and opiates are prevalent in these key Tulsa zip code areas, with opiates posing the greatest problem, said Newman.
    "I certainly look forward to assisting these efforts in any way possible," said Newman. "There is only one way out of this mess, and that is if we all band together and focus our efforts. Kudos to you who are helping."
    For more information visit http://www[dot]narcononarrowhead[dot]org or call 800-468-6933.
    For the cults original version on PRWeb visit: http://www[dot][dot[]htm

    Bobby Newman Hold Me.jpg
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  14. The Wrong Guy Member

    Stacy Murphy is still dead, but Oklahoma gives the Scientology rehab that killed her new life

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker, July 20, 2015

    We were busy traveling yesterday and didn’t notice what a portentous date it was. On July 19 three years ago, Stacy Dawn Murphy, 20, died of a drug overdose while she was a patient at Scientology’s flagship drug rehab facility, Narconon Arrowhead in eastern Oklahoma. She was the third patient to die at Narconon Arrowhead in only nine months, and those deaths sparked numerous county and state investigations, as well as a number of lawsuits.

    Three years later, Narconon Arrowhead is barely hanging on — not because of the investigations, which seemed to go nowhere, but because the ensuing press attention has kept people from sending their loved ones to the facility.

    But despite all that — despite the deaths, the investigations, and the press reports, as well as two lawsuits alleging that the state torpedoed an investigation that would have shut down the facility because Oklahoma’s mental health bureaucrats literally feared taking on the Church of Scientology — despite all that, Scientology will continue to be able to operate its diminished drug rehab flagship.

    Why? Because on June 26, less than a month before the anniversary of Stacy Murphy’s death, the state of Oklahoma approved a new two-year certification for Arrowhead to operate.

    That’s some gift for the family of Stacy Murphy.

    Here, look for yourself:

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  15. RightOn Member



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  18. Intelligence Member

    Stacy Murphy is another victim of the practices at the Scientology Rehab, Narconon Arrowhead in Oklahoma. She will be remembered with love. My sincere condolences to her family and loved ones. I visited her gravesite in Oklahoma... Very SAD :( ... YouTube video Published on Aug 21, 2012 ::>>>

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  20. The Wrong Guy Member

    This is a duplicate post, which is also here:

    What really happens at a Scientology rehab? Nick Lister dishes on the Narconon experience

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker

    In this first clip, Nick talks about his time at Scientology’s biggest drug rehab facility, Narconon Arrowhead, located two hours east of Oklahoma City. When it’s convenient, Scientology claims it has no relationship to or responsibility for the Narconon organization. At Scientology events, it’s another story — leader David Miscavige openly talks about Narconon as a branch of the church that’s intended to expand Scientology’s influence.

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  21. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Closing this thread due to most posts not pertaining to the OP anymore.
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