Narconon Georgia Patrick Desmond Civil RICO Unsealed Deposition

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by patriot75, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. muldrake Member

    They were lying. They're always lying. I want to see them argue that they were lying and committing medical fraud back then, but that they're really, really honest when they're saying the exact opposite now.
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    • Land:$775,400
    • Improvements:$519,800
    • Total Fair Market:$1,295,200
    • 481 CARLISLE DR
    • HERNDON, VA 20170-4882
    • 5672 PEACHTREE PKWY NORCROSS 30092 | R6285 014

    SOF Crossings Center LLC is listed as the property owner or manager. A further search reveals Sugar Oak Holdings,INC owns SOF Crossings Center LLC.

    The main address as listed within the Gwinnett County, GA Tax records is 5672 Peachtree Parkway, Norcross GA, 30092.
    The property is occupied by five separate office buildings. Necronon of Georgia leases one complete stand alone building. 5688 Peachtree Parkway, Norcross, GA 30092
  2. patriot75 Member

    Mucho dox from RTTP :)

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  3. Random guy Member

    Thanks for the tip, this looks like nice reading on a slow day!
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  4. Random guy Member

    Man, I do not envy Narconons lawyer! They have a rough time!
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  6. DeathHamster Member

    It depends whether the lawyers are sleaze-buckets with incestuous ties to CoS, or if they're just lawyers hired to defend a client.

    In the words of Malcolm Reynolds: "I do the job and then I get paid".

    (CoS being CoS, I bet on the former.)
  7. Random guy Member

    Read the second document if you have the time. The lawyer seems genuinely embarrassed by Narconon's fagotry. Lulz!

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  8. muldrake Member

    They appear to be paid insurance counsel. At least, Ms. Marschalk appears to largely practice in defending insureds. Narconon has truly put its counsel in an unenviable position in this case, and I can't imagine they're happy in the least.

    You can see why they're trying to get out of the case.

    The world of insurance counsel is fairly small. I imagine Narconon is going to find it difficult and expensive to get liability insurance in the future.

    In fact, any insurers of Narconon could probably use a word in their ear as to the dangers they face with a fraudulent scam operation as a client, so they can charge accordingly, or get out of Dodge.
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  9. patriot75 Member

    Mirror from -,11114
  10. Random guy Member

    The judge is epic though. She's nice and keeps her cool, be she's not taking bullshit well.
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  11. RightOn Member

    unhappy counsel for NN makes me happy :)
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  12. eddieVroom Member

    Wait, wut?..

    Did they just cite Hubbard's "third man in" spiel, and begin to argue putting in Anonymous' "Ethics"?
  13. Anonymous Member

    Hm... let me see here.

    NecroNon doesn't work, and it's the fault of Anonymous.
    ScioLogic, nice!
  14. Anonymous Member

    Also: Psychology and psychiatry don't work because Scientology targets them.
    Nao I'm larnin'
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  16. DeathHamster Member

    Ho ho ho! More perjury!

    Narconon Georgia couldn't call themselves Narconon or use other ABLE trademarks without a license agreement with Narconon International.
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  17. DeathHamster Member

    From Scientology's Tax Compliance Manual, part of the 1993 IRS agreement:
    Did Narconon Georgia have tax-exempt status, and if so, who extended it to them?
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  18. BigBeard Member

    Yes, but not in and of themselves. They fall under NN Int's Group Exemption Letter that was part of the once secret 1993 Closing Agreement between the IRS and $cientology. The Group Exemption Number (GEN) assigned to NN Int as a result of that letter is 2595. If you look at any of NN GA's IRS Form 990's you'll see the 'GEN' block has 2595 in it, which helps put the lie to NN Int's attempt to claim NN GA has no affiliation with it. In fact the IRS Exempt Organization Database listing shows NN GA as:

    421534941NARCONON INTERNATIONAL 5688 PEACHTREE PKWY NORCROSS GA30092-284825950392 19750111515417900050100000020101236010 1200000000304740000001476209 0000001476209 NARCONON OF GEORGIA

    The "2595039" after the ZIP+4 breaks down as 2595 - GEN, 03 - 501(c)3 entity, 9 - Subordinate organization of the group. The controlling organization, NN Int in this case, has a '6' here.

    Note the entity name is NARCONON INTERNATIONAL, with a DBA of NARCONON OF GEORGIA as far as the IRS is concerned. This has nothing to do with how the entity is organized at the state level, but everything to do with NN GA being able to use NN Int's tax exempt status to cover itself instead of having to file it's own IRS Form 1023 to get exempt status.

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  19. patriot75 Member

    read more
  20. BigBeard Member

    ^^^ NN Int lies a lot. One look at the licensing agreement proves that. Wonder if the judge will drop the hammer on them the way she did NN GA for all the lying??

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  21. patriot75 Member

    ^^ Hoping for sanctions on NN Int.
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  22. DeathHamster Member

    <judgejudy>What the f--k is wrong with you people? Do you think I'm stupid or something?</judgejudy>
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  23. Quentinanon Member

    “These two companies are separate corporations,” Narconon International lawyer David Root said. “International does not own, and Georgia is not a subsidiary, or local licensee.”

    Both companies aid and abet each other in business and Narconon Int licenses Narconon Georgia the dangerous methodology which sometimes kills patients. Thus, both Int and Georgia are liable jointly and severally. Root's lawyerly denial is frivolous.
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  24. Anonymous Member

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  25. patriot75 Member
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  26. Random guy Member

    I wish the press would stop saying "with ties to Scientology". Better wording would be "run by Scientology" or "a front for Scientology" or "the Church of Scientology's drug rehabilitation program".
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  27. patriot75 Member

    pc_2009_normal.jpg Pete Combs@Reporterpete
    Facing court battle over patient death, license revocation and insurance fraud investigation, Exec. Dir. Mary Reiser out at Narconon of GA,8408.msg28913.html#msg28913;offset=0&amp;total_comments=3
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  28. BigBeard Member

    I wonder if Mary Reiser actually believes resigning and going to Flag will somehow get her out of the Desmond law suit??

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  29. RightOn Member

    forced to resign i would imagine?
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  30. muldrake Member

    I think her ultimate destination is more like the Hole.
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  31. jensting Member

    Oh, come on, there's no way that the criminal organisation known as the "church" of $cientology is going to be involved with moving someone who's doing badly in court across state lines.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    Pete Combs has just posted an update:

    Posted: 4:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013
    Narconon of Georgia and allegations of insurance fraud

    By Pete Combs

    Already facing a wrongful death and civil conspiracy lawsuit in the 2008 overdose of a patient and battling revocation of its license by state regulators, Narconon of Georgia is now being investigated because of allegations of insurance fraud.

    In a joint investigative enterprise with Channel 2 Action news and the AJC, News-Talk WSB has uncovered allegations that the Scientology-based drug and alcohol rehab program headquartered in Norcross is accused of trying to bill United Health Care $166,000 for treating 19-year old Emily Morton of Rome, Ga.

    Emily’s mother, Mary, wrote a $15,000 check – payment up front and in full – to enroll her daughter in the Narconon program in March, 2012. Her family also signed an agreement with Narconon that stated the complete cost of treatment was $15,000 .

    Shortly after Emily began treatment at Narconon, Mary said she had an encounter with Executive Director Mary Reiser.

    “She confronted me and said, ‘Your insurance hasn’t reimbursed anything for Emily’s stay,” Morton said. “I told her, if they reimbursed at all, they would reimburse us (the family) because we paid in full. And she said she wasn’t aware of what our contract was.”

    Her curiosity piqued, Morton began checking her insurance records. She was astounded at what she found. Narconon had billed her insurance company, United Health Care, more than $166,000.00 for Emily’s treatment, in spite of the signed documents that said Mary had paid the bill in full. <March-November billing>

    “They were billing for doctor visits – one amount was for $58,000.00. And she never even saw the doctor,” Morton said.

    (my emphasis)

    [more at the link...]
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  33. DeathHamster Member

    Oh sweet Aphrodite in a see-through nightie!

    I think that they'll discover that Narconon has more gaul than Julius Caesar could have handled in a hundred lifetimes.

    I mean, most Narconons seem get a rubber-stamp doc to do .. the rubber-stamping. (Or an f-ing chiropractor.) Narconon Georgia seems to have skipped a step by not even telling the doctor. Heh.

    (I suggest that the fraud investigators take a really good probing look at Robbins Health Care Alliance. If they can't spell Narconon properly, I wouldn't trust them. [In the rest of the article, Narconon is spelled correctly.])

    Narconon Georgia seems to have hit an iceberg, is on fire, and taken a few torpedoes below the water-line.

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  34. jensting Member

    and the captain has already checked out.

    How long before the remaining staff figure out that they're being stitched up by the criminal organisation known as the "church" of $cientology?
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  35. RightOn Member

    oh my this is getting quite good
    billing insurance companies= win
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  36. Anonymous Member

    Whew!! What a study in orchestrated perjury by Scientology. You know, I bet they even dicked around with their own counsel. At page 58 of this transcript, Ms Marschalk says:

    (My emphasis)

    I'll tell you how that document got there, fucking Scientology snuck it in when you weren't looking in the hope of further delaying the case by being able to say "look, we gave such and such to our lawyer on so and so date . . . perhaps she has "lost" the other stuff". RAEG!!!! My only comfort is that Mary Mary Quite Contrary makes several references to Anonymous "the hate group" as being the reason why there was a need to examine the housing aspect. Although vicarious, it is kinda satisfying that she would credit us with having prompted Scientology/Narconon to do something which subsequently helps prove her to have been lying.

    Well, that plus the fact that the entire "answer" to the first charge gets biffed. Rock on you glorious bastards. MOAR!!!
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  38. BigBeard Member

    And hopefully the tow line to NN Int and ABLE is still connected so they get dragged under when NN GA goes down. Sort of like the stern section of the 'Titanic'.

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  39. DeathHamster Member

    It's not over until the fat Int Base sings!
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