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Questions raised over Narconon lease on historic building

Title: Questions raised over Narconon lease on historic building
Date: Tuesday, 30 September 2008
Publisher: Australia Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) News
Author: Samantha Donovan
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The Mental Health Council of Australia has strongly criticised Victoria's national parks authority for leasing a historic public building rent free to a drug treatment service connected to Scientology. The council's chief executive says a group with secret treatment methods should not be able to use a public asset at a time when Australia is desperate for community treatment centres. But Narcanon, which follows the precepts of Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard, says it is just as entitled to lease O'Shannassy ... [Read the rest at]