Narconon "intel dump", evidence gathering list

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by tinfoilhatter, Mar 10, 2014.

  1. Anonymous Member

    A cursory review shows that there are numerous 2014 expiration dates.

    ETA: a quick count shows several more than 100!
  2. DeathHamster Member

    Search Corporation Entities, Oklahoma Secretary of State.

    Filing Number Name Entity Type Registered Agent Name Type & Status

    2100645508 NARCONON ARROWHEAD Domestic Not For Profit Corporation RICHARD MILDREN
    OKLAHOMA CITY OK Tradename

    2600471180 NARCONON INTERNATIONAL Foreign Not For Profit Corporation SECRETARY OF STATE

    4312127621 NARCONON OF OKLAHOMA, INC. Charitable Organization LOCATION
    In use

    2100645508 NARCONON OF OKLAHOMA, INC. Domestic Not For Profit Corporation RICHARD MILDREN
    In use

    2100645508 NARCONON CHILOCCO NEW LIFE CENTER Domestic Not For Profit Corporation RICHARD MILDREN
    OKLAHOMA CITY OK Tradename

    Tradenames for Arrowhead and Chilocco.

    Narconon International probably doesn't need to be registered in Oklahoma, so they let that lapse.

    Two Narconons of Oklahoma. The first one, a charity, has expired. The second one is the real one.
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  3. DeathHamster Member

    Best Drug Rehabilitation appears to be at the same location as Tranquility Detox:
    • 163 North Ave, Battle Creek, Michigan, 49017-3426, USA
    Also, a corporate peculiarity:

    Michigan has two Tranquility Detox corporations, both registered the same day.
    Entity Name ID Number Type
    TRANQUILITY DETOX 71097N Corporation
    TRANQUILITY DETOX 03912M Assumed Name
    TRANQUILITY DETOX, INC. 03912M Corporation

    The first one "Tranquility Detox" has Per's usual agent Phillip B. Slot.

    The second "Tranquility Detox, Inc." has Steve Anderson as agent. There's an oddity: "Status: (CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT 517-241-6470 TO OBTAIN DOCUMENT OR EXPLANATION) Date: 7-26-2011" rather than the usual. I would have expected the system to choke on two names so similar, but with them both being entered on the same day (same time?) perhaps they slipped through? The assumed name belongs to the second corp and collides with the first one. Same WTF status on it too.

    It's the second corporation that's operating in Indiana to open a detox, but if their status is wonky, can they do that?

    Category:Best Drug Rehabilitation

    Category:Tranquility Detox

    Info sources

    I can drill deeper on the Michigan state site, but it wants to load a Java app to view a tif file. Some consultant screwed them over.
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  4. TorontosRoot Member

    They all need to be investigated by the BBB and IRS.
  5. DeathHamster Member

    ^^ Best Drug Rehabilitation definitely has a Manistee location. I'll have to check where the association with 163 North Ave, Battle Creek came from. Not surprising when dealing with Per Wickstrom.
    • 300 Care Center Dr, Manistee, MI, 49660, USA
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  6. DeathHamster Member

    Please. Per Wickstrom has the local BBB in his pocket. It's not like the BBB has any real investigative authority, and it's the company memberships that pay their bills. All Wickstrom has to do is change his company (again) and he has a clean record.
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  7. TorontosRoot Member

    That's the biggest evasive fraudulent activity known to date. :(
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  8. DeathHamster Member

    Ha! I found something to dispel Per's fog and frogs: Substance Abuse Licensed Programs w/Service Categories (as of March 27, 2014), Michigan state.

    That's a Michigan list of licensed drug programs with the name of the company actually licensed to operate at a given location.

    And just so I'll know where to look for new versions later, here's the page where it was listed:,4601,7-154-35299_63294_63303_30419---,00.html
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  9. DeathHamster Member

    ^^ Argh! Dummies! They list what the group calls themselves, not the hard official registered corporate name (maybe with the registration id#). How do they hand out licenses to just bunch of guys who call themselves "Best Drug Rehabilitation"?
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  11. TorontosRoot Member

    Needs more than two. Hmm, shouldn't there be an index (not just on here) of how many names those bastards changed narCONon to?
  12. DeathHamster Member

    I'm working on it. Start here, because in Michigan, it all revolves around this guy:

    Category: Per Wickstrom
  13. Muckrock: Request to Hernando County Sheriff's Department re: Narconon Spring Hill (re Scientology rehab).

    * * * * * BEGIN QUOTATION * * * * *

    R. M. Seibert

    Hernando County Sheriff's Dept. Records on Narconon Spring Hill (Scientology Drug Rehab)

    R. M. Seibert is making this request to Hernando County Sheriff's Department of Hernando County.
    It was inspired by this request.

    To Whom It May Concern:

    Pursuant to Florida's Sunshine Law (Fla. Stat. secs. 119.01 to 119.15 (1995)), I hereby request the following records:

    All police records, call logs and/or reports generated since August 1, 2008 pertaining to any incidents that occurred at the drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities located at 8213 Cessna Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34606. This facility is currently registered with the state as "Suncoast Rehabilitation Center, Inc." but has also been known to operate under the following business names:

    Narconon Spring Hill, Inc.
    Narconon Spring Hill
    Narconon Suncoast

    I also request that, if appropriate, fees be waived as I believe this request is in the public interest due to the numerous civil lawsuits currently pending against this controversial Scientology-based drug rehab franchise for allegations of negligence, fraud, breach of contract, etc. Disclosure of the records I am seeking will greatly aid the public's understanding of what is happening at this non-profit organization, and how public service agencies operate when dealing with such a facility. For more information, please see:

    Additionally, the requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

    In the event that fees cannot be waived, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

    Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your good faith response to this request as the statute requires.


    Ms. R. M. Seibert

    * * * * * END QUOTATION * * * * *
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  14. Anonymous Member

    Via Sec Check:

    Help Wanted – Doctor For Narconon UK

    The Continental Narconon UK on Maynards Green Road in Heathfield is seeking a doctor, and are also looking for a medical detox that will accept patients before they begin the Narconon program.

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  15. Anonymous Member

    Narconon Reviews has just published 5 new inspections of the Michigan facilities – Best Drug Rehab, A Forever Recovery, and Narconon Freedom Center.

    Here are the links:

    A Forever Recovery Inspection, March 27, 2015

    Best Drug Rehab Inspection, March 4, 2015

    Best Drug Rehab Inspection, April 22, 2015

    Narconon Freedom Center Inspection, January 5, 2015

    Narconon Freedom Center Inspection, January 15, 2015

    The PDF Reports are at the bottom of this post.

    Mary McConnell posted this with the reports:

    It’s clear with some of these, that the facilities knew in advance about complaints and tried to fix things if possible, before the State licensing contacted them. But the fact that they let these places go down in such disrepair… and so quickly — ugh! We see these kind of disrepair reports time and time again…

    Who would want to take a shower there, or eat in their foods knowing how lax they are.

    And the issue making sure patients/students are provided a copy of the rules as a solution to allowing these facilities to continue to (again and again) dump students at a cheap motel if they don’t follow the rules — this information is NEVER provided to the patient or the loved one at the start… before they paid for the program or provided the insurance for their loved ones after being tricked into agreeing to attend the program.

    This will all come to haunt these programs… it’s already out there on this website and in some court cases we have copies of. The internet is Narconon and the unbranded ones worst nightmare… There will be more. .And maybe then people will come to better know what they are getting themselves into before being ripped off.!.
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  16. Intelligence Member

    Narconon Inspected: Best Drug Rehab
    Inspection Agency: Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
    Date of Inspection: March 4, 2015
    Deficiencies Found: Yes
    Violations substantiated: Physical facilities inadequate for the type of service provided, no annual performance evaluations of staff members, no program director on-site, failure to provide adequate job training to staff members, failure to cooperate with state surveyor inspections, failure to comply with recipient rights regulations, failure to inform clients of the risks and possible side effects of discontinuing prescription medications, violating clients rights to be free from work the facility would otherwise employ someone else to do, accepting clients ineligible for admission, e.g., suicidal, inadequately informing clients about the general nature and objectives of the program, e.g., treatment location, or, the rules of the program, lack of appropriate medical evaluation, assessment and care, non-compliance with client activity regulations, and deviation by the program from the plan of operation for which the facility was originally licensed (10 beds) which adversely affects the character, quality and scope of services provided.
    Additionally, a program evaluation revealed that 45% of clients leave the program against medical advice.
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  17. BigBeard Member

    What ethical doctor would provide "medical advice" to use this program to begin with??

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  18. DeathHamster Member

    Does CARF certify that location for anything?
  19. Intelligence Member

    Doctors like Pierre Labonte and the other physicians that are Scientologists that NN/COS pays. Then, the Quack takes auditing sessions and ALL the money is filtered back into Scientology coffers.


    This member’s professional practice is subject to a restriction. To obtain information as to the acts this physician is authorized to perform, or to know the nature of the restriction, we recommend that you contact the Collège at (514) 933-4441, ext. 5589.




    Labonte will receive documents next week concerning the lawsuit I filed in the Montreal Courthouse. Have fun OSA:rolleyes:
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  20. tinfoilhatter Member

    This strikes me as fraud. Dumping students in a cheap motel if they break the rules? this is something that should be brought up to either the state DA, or people in the state legislature. I am pretty sure the people that can do something about this, have no idea this place even exists, or does crap like this.
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  21. Intelligence Member

    Even worse, they did/will drop patients/students off at a homeless shelter, broke and alone to roam the streets. I mention a few in my book.

    Or, take a look what they did to a young lad that's mentioned by a CBC TV reporter:

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  22. JohnnyRUClear Member

    That reads like the end of a psych drug ad, where they auctioneer the laundry list of side effects.

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  23. DeathHamster Member

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  24. Intelligence Member

    This assault by a staff member is no surprise considering the line-up of thugs Per Wiskstrom hires:

    Narconon Per Wickstrom – lineup of mug shots and threats
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  25. "Additionally, a program evaluation revealed that 45% of clients leave the program against medical advice."

    The other 65% of clients stay against medical advice?
  26. BigBeard Member

    Medical advice from who, narCONon staff??

    I don't believe for a second any legitimate (not on narCONon's payroll) doctor who's studied the program would suggest anyone attend narCONon.

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  27. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Don't forget about the final 15%!
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  28. Intelligence Member

    Makes me SICK! This is how and where NN get's these Quacks at many, if not ALL of
    there Industry of Death Narconon centers:



    Rohit S. Adi L 11 NEW LIFE RUNDOWN Source 85 1993-01-01
    Rohit Adi INT BY DYNAMICS Source 87 1993-06-01
    Rohit Adi L 12 FLAG OT EXECUTIVE RUNDOWN Source 93 1994-08-01
    Rohit Adi GAME OF OT COURSE Freewinds 43 2001-07-01
    Rohit Adi FALSE PURPOSE RUNDOWN BASIC FORM Source 139 2002-09-01
    Rohit S. Adi OT PREPARATIONS Source 140 2002-11-01
    Rohit Adi ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN MIND CONGRESS COURSE Freewinds 61 2006-01-01
    Rohit Adi HUBBARD SOLO AUDITOR COURSE PART I Source 190 2007-05-01
    Rohit Adi NEW ERA DIANETICS CASE COMPLETION Source 196 2007-11-01
    Rohit Adi GRADE V POWER PROCESSING Source 196 2007-11-01
    Rohit Adi GRADE VA POWER PLUS PROCESSING Source 196 2007-11-01

    Note: The dates listed above are the approximate publication dates of the magazines, which may be weeks or months later than the actual date the service was completed.

    Rohit Adi in Scientology's Publications

    The following 2 mentions of Rohit Adi appear in official Scientology publications:
    Rohit & Rondi Adi Patrons Meritorious Impact 114 2006-09-01
    Rohit Adi All Clears in the United States From Clear to Eternity Newsletter 2006 2006-11-01
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  29. Intelligence Member

    Very TRUE that ^^^ -- No LEGITIMATE physicial who knows their salt would send their Patient
    to ingest 2,600 - 5,000 miligrams of Niacin for 25-40 non-stop in a HOT Sauna.:(
  30. tinfoilhatter Member

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  31. DeathHamster Member

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  32. DeathHamster Member

    Category: Per Wickstrom
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  33. tinfoilhatter Member

    Is he the sole proprietor, or are these LLCs? From an accounting standpoint, my accounting senses are screaming about the liability.

    Then we have the reports that people where signing documents while under the influence of controlled substances. Under American contract law, these documents are VOID. Normally, in most modern circumstances, they would still try to enforce the contract, but this is a rehab, so the courts will not take kindly on this at all. It also raises a lot of other questions about how they operate.

    That is something to point out to the Michigan authorities.

    Narconon, is a real life, text book style example, of how not to run a business. I am astonished that they have survived this long. I guess this demonstrates the protective power of obscurity.
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  34. Anonymous Member

    Bear in mind the operational banner that narconon flies under - Non-Profit Charity.
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  35. DeathHamster Member

    They're incorporated, usually in Nevada. They have a bunch of sock-puppet directors, but I have no doubt that Per owns and runs them somewhere under the covers.

    I wish I could get a dump of all the companies where Phillip B. Slot is the Michigan agent of service. That would probably nail most of them.
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  36. DeathHamster Member

    I don't think any of Per's companies are non-profits, not even Narconon Freedom Center.
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  37. Anonymous Member

    I'll stand corrected on that point. Thank you, DH.
  38. Quentinanon Member

    Keep in mind that scientology-connected organisations are strictly hierarchical and anti-democratic, based on Hubbard's belief that democracies are evil, so any "board of directors" in a scientology organisation is a complete sham.
    And any "non-profit" status is a pretense to conceal the fact that the guy in charge always materially benefits from his enterprise, through money laundering and clever accounting.
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  39. DeathHamster Member

    This location is marked as closed and the license is about to expire. I have searched Substance Abuse licenses in Battle Creek, but I don't see other current licenses for that location.

    It could be that Per is letting this location close as he tries to shift out of Michigan, but I'll check again in August.
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  40. DeathHamster Member

    I think Per avoids non-profit because of the stricter reporting standards, and his operations are too dodgy to do the usual Narconon book-cooking accounting.

    I also think that he's playing his own game, and if Scientology had any other options in that area, he'd be Ethics-bait or Declared in an instant.
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