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Filed 8/15/14: Various Complainents v. Narconon

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by CommunicatorIC, Aug 19, 2014.

  1. Tony now has his story up on this.

    Narconon’s cancer spreads: New lawsuits and a court order for Scientology’s rehab network
    http://tonyortega.org/2014/08/20/na...-order-scientologys-rehab-network/#more-16417

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  2. Random guy Member

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  3. Tony now has his story up on this.

    Narconon’s cancer spreads: New lawsuits and a court order for Scientology’s rehab network
    http://tonyortega.org/2014/08/20/nar...rk/#more-16417

    Excerpt:
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  4. Random guy Member

    Perhaps combine all three threads?
  5. Tony now has his story up on this.

    Narconon’s cancer spreads: New lawsuits and a court order for Scientology’s rehab network
    http://tonyortega.org/2014/08/20/nar...rk/#more-16417

    Excerpt:
  6. RightOn Member

    "is considering claims of insurance fraud"

    stop considering and put these a-holes in jail already.
    Anyone else would have had the book thrown at them long ago. Never mind the VAST amount of insurance fraud the COS has committed.
    AND how they got away with it in Georgia, I will never understand. Fraud is fraud.

    Oh! And Happy Stats Mofos! And it's only Wednesday.
    This has turned out to be a stellar week.
    BWA HA HA
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  7. I got that the three threads have been consolidated. Will cross-post any updates here.
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  8. The Wrong Guy Member

    Attorney David Miller files a fourth lawsuit against Narconon | The Underground Bunker

    Las Vegas attorney Ryan Hamilton has filed 27 lawsuits against Scientology’s drug rehab network, Narconon. Michigan attorney Jeff Ray recently filed two new suits. And now Indiana attorney David E. Miller has filed his fourth lawsuit against the embattled rehabs. (Here’s our previous story about the previous three suits he filed.)

    The new lawsuit was filed by Miller on behalf of Dana Oberhansly of Arizona, who contacted Narconon Freedom Center in Albion, Michigan in April 2013. She spoke with an intake counselor, who convinced her that she “would be going to a nice rehabilitation facility that would be worth her time and money.”

    Her withdrawal would be monitored by health professionals, a sauna program would “detox” her by sweating out toxins from her body. And the Narconon program would remove her drug cravings through a program with a proven 82 percent success rate.

    She wasn’t told anything about a connection to Scientology, when in fact that’s all Narconon actually is. And in a recent court filing, Narconon even admitted that it’s a “faith-based” program, in contrast to what its websites say.

    Upon arrival, she realized that she’d been lied to about the state of the facility, which was run down, and there were no medical professionals to watch over her difficult seven-day withdrawal.

    In fact, the staff was made up of former patients, some of whom had to be “quarantined” because they relapsed.

    There was also a water line break, which led to a health inspection, a sewer backed up in the women’s shower area, and bed bugs were rampant, says the complaint.

    Continued here:
    http://tonyortega.org/2015/02/17/on...garcias-fire-back-at-scientologys-bench-memo/
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