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Oklahoma grand jury investigates Narconon Arrowhead insurance fraud

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by The Wrong Guy, Jun 11, 2014.

  1. Oklahoma Grand Jury recommends investigation into alleged insurance fraud at Narconon continue.

    IN THE MATTER OF THE MULTI-COUNTY GRAND JURY, STATE OF OKLAHOM Case No. SCAD-2012-61 D.C. Case No. GJ-2012-1 FINAL REPORT
    http://bloximages.newyork1.vip.town...-532a-948d-bef00fb1f239/53f69ac566565.pdf.pdf

    Filed 8/21/14.

    At pg. 17:
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  2. fishypants Moderator

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  3. RightOn Member

    GO BABY! GO BABY GO!
    DON'T UPSET THE RHYTHM!

    Happy weekend everyone! It has been a marvelous week.
    My thoughts and positive vibes are with the victim's families and friends. Justice WILL prevail!

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  4. BigBeard Member

    E . NARCONON ARROWHEAD

    The Multicounty Grand Jury heard testimony and reviewed evidence from multiple witnesses concerning allegations of insurance fraud at Narconon Arrowhead, located in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. The Grand Jury also received numerous exhibits concerning these practices, but there is still work to be done in this investigation. This Grand Jury supports and recommends the continued investigation of these allegations.
    Too bad they didn't return any indictments. Hopefully someone keeps the pressure on so the investigation actually continues.

    BigBeard
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  5. RightOn Member

    yes.
    the evidence of fraud is overwhelming. Not only with the agency that is pissed about their logo being used, but the insurance companies need to jump all over this like white on rice
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  6. tinfoilhatter Member

    has anyone told the insurance companies about this? Is there a lobby group that can be informed? Lets see how many people can be dragged into the shit storm.
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  7. DeathHamster Member

    Oilfield theft?
  8. DeathHamster Member

    Appendix 1, the list of agencies and departments...

    The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services isn't there.

    What. The. Fuck.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Perhaps buried in this cluster?

    Oklahoma Department of Human Services/OIG/Ada
    Oklahoma Department of Human Services/OIG/
    Enid Oklahoma Department of Human Services/OIG/
    McAlester Oklahoma Department of Human Services/OIG/OKC
  10. DeathHamster Member

    Department of Human Services is a separate agency, both under the Oklahoma Secretary of Health and Human Services.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oklahoma_Department_of_Human_Services
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oklahoma_Department_of_Mental_Health_and_Substance_Abuse_Services
  11. Tony Ortega now has the story.

    Scientology skates (so far) as OK grand jury says “keep investigating” Narconon Arrowhead
    http://tonyortega.org/2014/08/22/sc...y-says-keep-investigating-narconon-arrowhead/

    Excerpts:
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/237538634/Oklahoma-Multicounty-Grand-Jury-Report
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  12. Tulsa World now has an article.

    Multicounty grand jurors say Narconon investigation should continue
    http://www.tulsaworld.com/homepagel...cle_ed154fbc-55d6-5979-bea7-162456a68dd4.html

    Excerpt:
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  13. AnyOldName Member

    As Tony O just pointed out - the Grand Jury was only investigating Insurance Fraud, so the Dept of Mental Health/SAS wouldn't be involved.
  14. DeathHamster Member

    The moment that any line of investigation asked "What is a licensed drug rehab?" "What treatments are they allowed to give and charge for?", they'd have to go to Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, the licensing agency for that.
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  15. AnyOldName Member

    You would think. Makes me wonder what exactly they were investigating and if they were willing to even ask that question...
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  16. David Love explains in an interview from several years back all about Narconon's disgusting promotion of their over 75% success rates that dupes addicts and their families into scraping together 30 grand for the cult's bogus promises.

    Only misled and misinformed insurance companies authorize payments to Narconon's unlicensed, incompetently staffed institutions of LRH quackery - Scientology courses mixed with obscene mega-doses of Niacin and other vitamins with insane daily 5 hour sweat sessions in a sauna.

    It's basically Scientology's insane, medically dangerous purification rundown and a bunch of crazy LRH vitamin concoctions along with Scientology's comm. course and Dianetic training routines.

    Nothing else, no properly trained medical personnel anywhere and they charge 30 grand a patient for nothing but Scientology courses, nothing else, no results, no proof, nothing but an outrageous claim of over 75% succes rates for their 'graduates'. This lie alone should put them behind bars for fraud.
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  17. WTF is this shit?!?!

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  18. Proof that Narconon doesn't work.
  19. DeathHamster Member

    It's no secret that he's been struggling with his addiction. Have you been living under a rock?
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