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Party at Narconon Staff Apartment – One Dead

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  1. jensting Member

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    Thanks for all the hard work bringing to light the human rights abuses perpetrated by the criminal organisation known as the "church" <spit> of Scientology.

    And, I LOLed

    Best regards

    Jens
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  2. Intelligence Member

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    Yes, the human rights abuses is a key to why. At least when you're out like I am, I can see what happened and how, but the poor people still in, don't or can't see.

    Marc Bernard, Narconon Trois-Rivieres Director, admitted to media about the disconnection policy; it surprised me and others. He's opened the door for me to now expose the Narconon disconnection policies and how not obeying, brings the abuses into play.

    Just exposed the surface for quite a while; will increase depth as time permits.
  3. Intelligence Member

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    Sorry Folks. Part two should have been done by now, but i have to take a couple days to write something else.

    Also, a Sponsor from a Narconon Trois-Rivieres patient spoke to me on Friday about an aweful abuse that I did not know about. I want to confirm details first before writing and publishing story.

    Cheers to ALL :)
  4. Intelligence Member

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    I lied :) Part Two will be released with the hour.
  5. Intelligence Member

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    Party at Narconon Staff Apartment – One Dead (Part Two)

    Party at Narconon Staff Apartment

    Aftercare programs and groups provide ongoing care and support can help make alcohol and drug prevention a reality for many years to come.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Could the death of this vulnerable and exploited young man, been prevented?

    When a patient completes a drug treatment or alcohol treatment program, they do not simply walk outside the door of the facility and begin a new life with no worries or problems. This difficult time of coping in society can be even more stressful when there is no comprehensive aftercare therapy and counselling in place. The three most common issues for relapse are temptation, stress, and relationships. Unfortunately for this young man, all three of these were in his life and evident after he completed the Narconon Trois-Rivieres treatment program.

    He was in a relationship with one of the staff members; the temptation was before him with other staff members and ex-students using drugs and alcohol in his environment; and obviously the stress was too much for him to cope and he relapsed back into the horrors of addiction and took his own life. Narconon boasts that their program written by Scientology Author, L. Ron Hubbard, to be a complete cure, and administers an excellent aftercare program which helps keep the person drug free for life. This is simply not the case; especially for this young man.

    The aftercare program at Narconon, many times is administered by a staff member, the Graduate Officer, who monitors and attempts to help those patients having problems coping or who have relapsed. Often, the Graduate Officer is a recent graduate of the Narconon program themselves and have no professional training in relapse prevention, except for a “Product Clearing” drill and session administered by their Scientology supervising staff member. Yes, graduate patients from the Narconon program are designated as “Products.” A graduate patient who is doing well is classed as a Valuable Final Product or VFP. These products can be counted on to help bring in more new patients to Narconon and thus fill their coffers and raise the success rate stats in their weekly reports to the Church of Scientology.

    Much of the Narconon aftercare program consists of having the patient apply some of the Scientology policies and doctrines they were subject to while in the program. They are generally not referred to an outside therapist, councillor, or any other medical professional. Aftercare is administered within the technologies of science fiction writer, L. Ron Hubbard and scientology policies.

    Many graduate patients do not even leave Narconon following graduation. Some still fragile and psychologically sensitive, are easily lured into working for them for free or meagre wages as low as 25% of the legal minimum wage. Often being groomed and recruited long before their program is completed; these vulnerable patients are exploited for value.

    Did this young man receive the appropriate aftercare from Narconon Trois-Rivieres? I suggest not, as one excerpt from a recent email quote: “….. he had been through Narconon at least three times .. had a kid with (staff member)…..” And another email message quote: “…After graduation he drank right away and then was with Jane Doe, (not real name), when I caught xxxxxx smoking crack…”

    There are strict policies in place at nearly every reputable drug treatment center concerning staff member relationships with patients. It is absolutely forbidden and against all ethical and professional conduct when employed at a treatment center, to have any relationship, especially intimately with a patient while they are in treatment and even post program.

    “…Part Three of this story will touch on the prolific relationships and effect, from the Narconon Trois-Rivieres treatment center and devastation these relationships can lead to; as was the case with young man in this story…”

    By: David Edgar Love

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  6. Anonymous Member

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    bump
  7. Anonymous Member

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    These photos just further my theory that scientologists are really hot.
  8. COREarg Member

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    Bumpity Bump sit on a Scilon Church
    Bumpity Bump was Enturbulatin' around
    Bumpity Bump forgot the mask and feel to the ground
    And neither Miscarriage and OSA fags
    Were able to fix him back
  9. Intelligence Member

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    If Scott Burgess wants to sue somebody, he can start with me, that lying little %$#%#!

    He is being investigated by a government authority and I have provided them with a doc that he wrote. His attention grabbing law suit threat is just causing him strife and it back-fired on him.

    That's why the wiser ones are keeping silent. Too many foot bullets :)

    I haven't even started with my story about him yet. The reports just keep coming in and I'm still in the draft stage. Interesting dox on him. Big time credibility issues.

    We may summons him to the Court Hearing. Waiting for one more doc.

    I don't know who posted those pictures of him and his GF, but you have balls of steel :)

    Scott Burgess is not a Scientologist, he claims, but he does believe 100% in the Narconon-Scientology Program at Narconon, where he works as Registrar. NN TR claims a 70% success rate, but being the salesperson he is, he has claimed it to be 76%.

    In my opinion, Scott Burgess is quite the little manipulator, as he has quoted on his own web site. I would lay off the parties if I were him, before he ends up like his buddy, the Ex-Ethics Officer, J.N., from NN TR, who was just in a rehab center for relapsing.

    .

    Success Rate keeps going down.
  10. anonhuff Member

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    counterpoint:

    juliettelewis02.jpg

    also that australian lady whose claw hands were caught on film flipping the photographer off

    Vicki Dunstan I believe was the name of that disgusting harpy
  11. Intelligence Member

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    Party at Narconon Staff Apartment – Part Three

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Party at Narconon Staff Apartment

    A deadly recipe for chaos, relapse and death.

    Did the staff at Narconon Trois-Rivieres cross ethical lines of social patient relationships? In my opinion, yes indeed they did, and many vulnerable and ill patients suffered the dire consequences.

    A word that Narconon does not use in their program is, “Psychosocial.” It refers to a patient’s psychological development in and interaction with a social environment. The individual is not necessarily fully aware of this relationship with his or her environment and their vulnerability can be easily exploited; as was the case at Narconon Trois-Rivieres.

    Boundaries and boundary violations:

    Many boundaries exist in the profession of rehab staff employee and patient relationship. These include boundaries of role. The staff must remain on target as a care giver time and behave ethically in their relationship to the patient. There is also a boundary concerning gifts, services, and physical contact. Sexual misconduct usually commences with violations of more minor boundaries. The road to care giver-patient sex begins with progressive boundary violations.

    It may be simply a returned smile, a pat on the back, a sore shoulder rub, or gifts between staff and patient. Physical contact is far more prevalent in the Narconon withdrawal unit, where the patient receives “touch assists”; a pseudoscience therapy prescribed by Scientology doctrine. Two Narconon staff employees were fired for touch assisting where they should not have, on female patients.

    One staff member received expensive gifts from a married patient, with no objection from executives whatsoever. The staff member was visited by this patient following completion of their program. Sometimes it is not what a relationship really is; it is what it is seen to be by other staff and patients.

    At Narconon Trois-Rivieres, at least ten cases have been documented of staff-patient relationships in only an eleven month span. Many of these flings ended up in disaster, with many relapsing and one dead. Some of these relationships were intimate and began while the patients were under the care of the treatment center. Many of the staff members involved, were recent graduates from the program. They had no qualified or credible training in appropriate patient care and ethical conduct. Perhaps they were just vulnerable ex-patients who were recruited into Narconon as many are, but the responsibility for these unethical acts must be pointed towards the executives at Narconon Trois-Rivieres and other executives and staff from ABLE Canada, Narconon Canada, Narconon International, and the Church of Scientology in Montreal. All of these entities were at Narconon Trois-Rivieres, directing and administering directives.

    Email excerpts about death:

    “…Before he went back to the center last time, he tried to commit suicide…”

    “…Then, I knew exactly when he relapsed. Called him at lunch and he did not answer. Never heard from him personally ever again…”

    “…Then my brother called to say the cops went to his workplace with (name withheld) picture looking for him stating he was dangerous and armed…”

    “…I started to stop believing in the program, but wanted to fight addiction so much. Anyways it caught up with me. When I left I was 27 and felt like 40 years old...”

    “…I actually don't know why I told you all of that, but I guess it feels good to get it out...”

    “…I just thought of something else. When I heard from (name withheld) the story about (name withheld) having guns and then my brother calling me about the police showing up at his work with a picture of (name withheld), I called them to see if they had found him because I was scared...”

    “…And the last letter he wrote on January 1st 2009, I only have the copy because the Ontario Cops still have the original for their investigation (because of the gun) so maybe they have some info there…”

    “…(name withheld) threw it over the balcony to him one night…” “… called (name withheld) and then shot himself in the head.. wrote a letter to (name withheld) before he did it... that's really all…”

    “…Thanks Dave for getting back to me. I understand what you are doing and why and I also understood that if it goes to Court, things will become public. I also appreciate you trying to keep my family as aliases if possible. I don't doubt you one second about the emails you have received. It is sad. Also having seen how you handled your legal matters at the center, I would not be one to take you lightly. You know your stuff and you are very thorough...”



    This four part story is a sad one indeed, and part four could be a couple of weeks or so before being published. There is further information coming in and must be confirmed.

    Staff-patient relationships can be devastating and cruel and often lead to relapse and death. Can horrible events like this be prevented? Should the executives and other staff members feel the weight of responsibility or be accountable for the events in this story? In my opinion, there should at least be further investigation and inquiry.

    Staff and ex-patient parties involving alcohol and cocaine, are a recipe for death and seems incomprehensible that the staff were employees of a rehab center– Narconon.

    David Edgar Love
  12. Intelligence Member

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    Just received this wonderful message from a Friend. A young lady from Narconon; fragile and in need of a little hug. I sent her a BIG HUG.

    Her message to me:

    i love u david i cried so much im still crying thank you so much.
  13. Intelligence Member

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    Part Four - Final Part:

    Will be completed within two hours and Posted :)
  14. Intelligence Member

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    Narconon - Staff Party - Gun Suicide

    Narconon - Staff Party - Gun Suicide

    Prior to pulling the trigger and taking his own life, this young man and father to a young child, had been through the Narconon Trois-Rivieres treatment center multiple times with no success.


    PRLog (Press Release) – Nov 24, 2010 –

    Party at Narconon Staff Apartment – One Dead

    (Part Four - Final)

    Summary/Recap of first Three Parts:

    - Prior to pulling the trigger and taking his own life, this young man and father to a young child, had been through the Narconon Trois-Rivieres treatment center multiple times with no success. Indeed, a sad event that stirred many emotions and left a child fatherless.

    - The party raged; the gun was passed over the balcony, and death.

    - Unfortunately, many of the Narconon Trois-Rivieres staff living at this apartment complex, were only recent graduates themselves and unbeknown to the executives, had relapsed.

    - There are strict policies in place at nearly every reputable drug treatment center concerning staff member relationships with patients. It is absolutely forbidden and against all ethical and professional conduct when employed at a treatment center, to have any relationship, especially intimately with a patient while they are in treatment and even post program.

    - Did the staff at Narconon Trois-Rivieres cross ethical lines of social patient relationships? In my opinion, yes indeed they did, and many vulnerable and ill patients suffered the dire consequences.

    - Staff and ex-patient parties involving alcohol and cocaine, are a recipe for death and seems incomprehensible that the staff were employees of a rehab center– Narconon.

    Part Four - EXPLOITATION

    Are some Narconon patients exploited for their value to this cult organization and does this abuse of authority cause undue harm? In my opinion it does, and needs to be addressed by government and health agencies without delay, before another dies. Addiction treatment centers must have accredited facilities and qualified staff members to treat vulnerable and ill patients in their care. There should be no exceptions whatsoever.

    Wikipedia defines exploitation as : “a persistent social relationship in which certain persons are being mistreated or unfairly used for the benefit of others. This corresponds to one ethical conception of exploitation, that is, the treatment of human beings as mere means to an end—or as mere "objects".

    In different terms, "exploitation" refers to the use of people as a resource, with little or no consideration of their well-being.”

    At Narconon, graduate patients are designated as “Products.” Graduate patients doing well are classed as “Valuable Final Products” or VFP’s. Even as a “Wog”, (a scientology term used as a disparaging word for non-scientologists), the patients have value when doing well and can contribute in any form to further the survival of their scientology group.

    Unfortunately, this is where the exploitation can be devastating to a patient nearing their program completion or once they graduate; especially when the patient has many past years of addiction and other psychological issues. The patients I interviewed were in fear of returning to their old environment and many of their apprehensions were notable and visible. This is not the time to enter into an intimate relationship with a staff member of any treatment center in which the patient was being treated. On the contrary, further qualified after care and counseling is in order in almost every case to prevent a relapse.

    In July 2011, Narconon Trois-Rivieres will have to meet strict standards set by the Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services and be “Accredited” to continue operating as an addiction treatment center. Will they be able to meet these standards? I doubt it.

    The story of this young man’s death and untold other incidents of abuse, mistreatment, neglect, and exploitation of the vulnerable, may be but a sad memory for many, but they will not be forgotten.

    By: David Edgar Love

    # # #


    Born on the West Coast of British Columbia, David Edgar Love now resides in the Montreal area. David formed a charitable organization in 1990 and was the Director of a rehabilitation center for substance abuse. He then completed a University of British Columbia Real Estate Course and was employed as a Realtor and Sub-Mortgage Broker for more than six years. David's life is fulfilled doing research on public safety, culture, disease and illness, and strives to help persons with human rights and freedoms issues.

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  15. peterstorm Member

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    These are a thing of beauty, Dave.
  16. Intelligence Member

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    Thank you. This was a difficult four part story for me to write. You see, I was at that apartment complex for a few days after completing my program, in May of 2009.

    I witnessed some of the partying and I went to the top Executives and "busted their balls" for allowing it to continiue. I have documented emails from executive staff about these parties.

    You could hear commotion and people running around until the wee hours of early mornings. I was pissed off, BIG time.

    Some couldn't even stand up. I watched some videos of the staff parties there and it was disturbing. Some thought they were funny. The death of of a young man is NOT funny.
  17. Anonymous Member

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    bump
  18. Anonymous Member

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    Thanks for these press releases and all you are doing, David. This is an extremely sad story.

    Narconon is dangerous!

    They have no business providing any medical or behavioral health treatment because they don't know what the hell they are doing with their junk science approach to detox.
  19. Anonymous Member

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    Hey David or anyone else,

    Do you know if Narconon operates any community half-way houses for people who have completed the program?
  20. Intelligence Member

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    Yes, it is very sad. And there are many details I can't write about yet; until after the Court Hearing. Much of it I have written already, but can't release.

    I'm working on another story now about how Scientology-Narconon targets First Nations in Canada. I have some first hand dox and emails about the corruption and money trail; so it should be quite informative and an eye opener for the Public and Governments :)

    Some very sad stories indeed in this next Series of Press Releases.

    I think some organizations and peoples days are numbered when it comes to exploiting the vulnerable.

    .
  21. Intelligence Member

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    No, not as far as I know yet. I had a few discussions with executives about opening some, but everyone was too busy. And it wasn't on our ORG Board!

    Actually, Andrea Ahern was keen on the idea, He was my superior in DIV 6. The guy did seem to have a heart to help people, (or was it just fo stats I'm not sure).
    But he was 100% Scientologist and quite the stubborn bloke. He is named in the new Human Rights Complaint. (can't say much more yet - they know)

    A half-way house is needed for most patients who complete a treatment program and I will touch on this in my new Press Releases about First Nations people returning to their same environment following completion of a Narconon program.
    Not good!
  22. Anonymous Member

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    bump
  23. Intelligence Member

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    In doing some addition research on the next Press Release Series, I came across this "NO GO" for Scientology Religion in Canada. I think there is a good chance Narconon will loose their Charitable Status very soon.

    3rd Session, 40th Parliament,
    Volume 147, Issue 47
    Wednesday, July 7, 2010
    The Honourable Noël A. Kinsella, Speaker

    Debates - Issue 47 - July 7, 2010

    Finance

    Church of Scientology

    (Response to question raised by Hon. Céline Hervieux-Payette on May 26, 2010)

    All applications submitted for registration as a Canadian charity under the Income Tax Act are reviewed and assessed to determine if the applicant organization meets the common law requirements related to charitable registration. To qualify for registration, an organization must have purposes that are exclusively charitable and charitable activities intended to achieve those purposes. The advancement of religion is one of the four general categories of charitable purposes recognized by the courts. To advance religion in the charitable sense means to promote the spiritual teachings of a religious body and to maintain doctrines and spiritual observances on which those teachings are based. There must be an element of theistic worship, which means the worship of a deity or deities in the spiritual sense. An applicant organization that does not exhibit all of these characteristics would not qualify as a registered charity under the purpose of advancing religion.
    ==============================================================

    I Love Canada, France, and Australia! Politicians with Balls :)
  24. Intelligence Member

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    I think my boss will accept this story for publishing here:

    Montreal Scientology and Narconon - Montreal Personal Safety | Examiner.com

    I'll try in the morning.
  25. Sponge Member

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    Irony....

    I was just reading the updates on the court hearing discussion thread and then I saw some Narconon PR bullshit spring up on the news feeds from, guess who? Narconon Trois-Rivieres, with their holiday message &quot;from the staff and executives&quot; about drinking and driving.
    Narconon Trois-Rivieres and The Drinking and Driving Mentality
    It immediately reminded me of this thread and the staff party images posted previously.

    narconondrunk.jpg
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