E-meters and Narconon: Medical/Legal Help Needed Canadanon here, trying to help you Americanons. Trying not to clutter the E-Meter as a Diagnostic Device thread too much, I'm creating a thread specifically about Narconon and its use of the e-meter. First, can anyone confirm if the e-meter is still being used within Narconon? Anyone here worked within Narconon, been "rehabilitated" there, or know somebody who has? There is this mention of the president of Narconon using an e-meter on an addict, published in a cult magazine in 1987. The following image was posted to another thread, but I'm reposting it because it's the most recent piece of evidence I can find, dated as December 31st, 2006. On a related note, we all know that Narconon is a front group, but when explaining these to people who are oblivious, it might be useful to print that receipt. Even if in the past, both of these provide powerful visual evidence of Narconon's ties to the cult. A picture says over nine-thousand words. Now, back to the main topic. Amerifags, your Food and Drug Administration regulates the e-meter. Each e-meter needs to have a warning label on it stating that it is not a medical device. The cult changed the warning label, which is a footbullet that's being discussed in this thread, but for Narconon, the result is the same: they have used, and are possibly still using a snake-oil religious tool in a rehabilitation center. Even though 2006 wasn't long ago, I want confirmation that this is still happening. This is where I need the help of American medicalfags and lawfags. If this is indeed still happening, what sort of legal ramifications, if any, would be in store for Narconon? Is this some sort of malpractice? Are we exposing a footbullet or a footcannonball?