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auditing • cost • david miscavige • disconnection • e-meter • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • front groups • gary morehead (aka "jackson") • gary w. smith • lawsuit • mark c. "marty" rathbun • michael j. "mike" rinder • narconon (aka scientology drug rehab) • narconon chilocco new life center • narconon international • office of special affairs (osa) (formerly, guardian's office) • oklahoma • purification rundown ("purif") • recruitment • rehabilitation project force (rpf) • religious technology center (rtc) • sea organization (sea org, so) • security check ("sec check") • suppressive person (sp) • the truth rundown (st. petersburg times' special report)
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Jul 30, 1989
New drug clinic splinters Oklahoma town // Scientology-affiliated treatment center alarms Newkirk residents — Dallas Morning News
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Type: Press
Author(s): Arnold Hamilton
Source: Dallas Morning News
NEWKIRK, Okla. — The people of this farming hamlet near the Oklahoma-Kansas border thought the idea was the perfect tonic for their rural economic ills. Out-of-state investors offered to take over the abandoned Chilocco Indian School and transform it into a major drug and alcohol treatment center. They signed a 25-year lease — worth an estimated $16 million — with the five tribes that control the campus. They brought expectations of new jobs and increased business for the area. Now, only ...
Jul 27, 1989
Mayor launches Narconon inquiry after receiving adverse reports from at least five other states
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Type: Press
Newkirk Mayor Garry Bilger says in the past two weeks he has been receiving mail from all over the country since an Associated Press article concerning Narconon Chilocco was released. The article, which appeared in newspapers from Corpus Christi, Tx. to the New York Times, seems to have prompted the letters to Bilger. "I haven't received a letter favorable to the Narconon program yet... they are all negative." For example, a writer from Illinois says, "I can empathize with your town' ...
Jul 17, 1989
Oklahomans question a drug project — New York Times
Jul 17, 1989
Town Welcomes, Then Questions a Drug Project — New York Times
Type: Press
Source: New York Times
NEWKIRK, Okla., July 16—When a California group received Oklahoma's permission to open a 75-bed drug and alcohol treatment center on an Indian reservation, people in nearby Newkirk thought the project would ease local economic troubles brought on by slumps in the oil and farming businesses. The initial euphoria has been replaced by distrust, frustration and fear. Townspeople say the California group, Narconon International, has not been honest about its affiliation with the Church of Scientology, its financing, its medical credentials and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 13, 1989
"They Totally Misrepresented What They Are Doing" — Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Scott McCartney
Source: Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
NEWKIRK, OK., (AP) Crews chip away old paint and hack at knee-high weeds at the abandoned Chilocco Indian School, seemingly unaffected by the tempest brewing in this remote comer of Oklahoma. When a California group received state permission for a 75-bed drug and alcohol treatment center, Newkirk thought the project on the reservation six miles away would solve local economic troubles brought on by oil and fanning slumps. But the initial euphoria, like the old paint, has chipped away, replaced by ...
Jul 13, 1989
Thirty attend Narconon open house Sunday afternoon
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Type: Press
Gary Smith, public relations representative for Narconon New Life Center at Chilocco said Tuesday that about 30 people attended an event in celebration of the next phase of the Narconon renovation project last Sunday afternoon. Highlights of the event, according to a press release issued by Smith, included a local band, STOC, from Redrock, rides for the children on the Chilocco red fire engine and a cooling run through the spray from the engine's hoses. The get-together concluded with a traditional ...
Jul 11, 1989
Newkirk worries about Scientology link / Tempest brewing over planned drug treatment facility — Enid News and Eagle (Oklahoma)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Scott McCartney
Source: Enid News and Eagle (Oklahoma)
NEWKIRK — Crews chip away old paint and hack at knee-high weeds at the abandoned Chilocco Indian School, seemingly unaffected by the tempest brewing in this remote comer of Oklahoma. When a California group received state permission for a 75-bed drug and alcohol treatment center, Newkirk thought the project on the reservation six miles away would solve local economic troubles brought on by oil and fanning slumps. But the initial euphoria, like the old paint, has chipped away, replaced by distrust, ...
Apr 4, 1986
Inside Scientology — Finally [A history of controversy] — L.A. Weekly (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Ron Curran, Jennifer Pratt
Source: L.A. Weekly (California)
A History of Controversy As anyone who follows the news knows, Scientology has been involved in a series of controversial cases, many of them involving vengeful church actions against its critics. (More on this below.) Although the church always paints itself as the victim, its critics suggest that Scientology hasn't been persecuted from the outside, but rather is the victim of warped and misplaced priorities inside the church. The critics — and there are more than the church is willing to ...
Oct 19, 1982
Affidavit of Gerald Armstrong
Feb 19, 1982
Students belatedly learn Scientologist teaches memory class — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Jan 14, 1982
Scientologists, mother settle suit — Eugene Register-Guard (Oregon)
Jan 7, 1982
Be wary on Narconon, School Board avised — Clearwater Times (Florida)
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Dec 29, 1981
Don't send students to Narconon for help, Castellanos says — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Dec 28, 1981
'Climate' hinders Narconon here, spokesman says — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Dec 28, 1981
Narconon: Anti-drug program with roots in Scientology doesn't live up to claims of support, success — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Oct 2, 1981
Funds pledged after TV drug show may filter to Scientology-linked group — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Jul 29, 1981
Church releases 'financial report' — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Gary McElroy
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — The Church of Scientology is a visible, viable Clearwater institution, church spokesman Milt Wolfe said Tuesday morning: "We're here. We're going to stay here." And in an attempt to make that fact more palatable, the church released a "financial report" during a Tuesday press conference, contending that the controversial organization spent exactly $10,028,000 in the Tampa Bay area in 1980. Reading from a prepared press release in a chapel inside the church's Fort Harrison Hotel headquarters, Wolfe said the ...
Jul 29, 1981
Development of downtown called too slow — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Gary McElroy
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Even as proposed plans were being unveiled Tuesday afternoon for a new hotel-retail complex along Clearwater's bayfront, a Church of Scientology group was saying hotel development here has been too slow. They say they have plans of their own. The group, New Clearwater for the 80s, has compiled a voluminous "Clearwater Downtown Development Data Pack" that they say will bring developers and investors, "especially hotel developers, into downtown Clearwater." The packet consists of maps, copies of a City of ...
Sep 4, 1980
Scientologists get 'stay away' message from Tarpon Springs — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Gary McElroy, Craig Roberton
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — The Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce and Scientology critic Alex Cornell have taken separate shots at the Church of Scientology — with differing results. On Tuesday, the Tarpon Chamber board pared a resolution asking the church to kindly stay out of its city. On Wednesday, Cornell continued to urge motorists passing the church-owned Fort Harrison Hotel, 201 S Fort Harrison Ave., to show their displeasure with Scientology by honking their horns. The Chamber resolution was greeted with airy indifference ...
Aug 5, 1980
80 students from Japan at Delphian — News-Register (McMinnville, Oregon)
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Dec 14, 1979
Former Scientologist sues church for $200-million — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Thomas Brown
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
BOSTON — A 29-year-old former member of the Church of Scientology filed a $200-million lawsuit Thursday against the church, charging that the group has cheated thousands of converts by subjecting them to "mind control." Lavenda Van Schaick of Somerville, Mass. contended in the suit filed in U.S. District Court here that the church misled her into divorcing her husband, paying about $13,000 for Scientologist instruction and working for the church without pay for nine years in Clearwater and Las Vegas, Nev. ...
Nov 22, 1978
Bounty hunting is back — Dearborn Press & Guide (Michigan)
Apr 5, 1976
Letters / Scientology offers answers / Get to know yourself — Michigan Journal
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Type: Press
Source: Michigan Journal
To the Editor: Scientology is coming to this campus on April 14, 1976. Scientology is an applied religious philosophy that answers such questions as, can one find PEACE OF MIND? What is the mind? How can I become more myself? How an I be happier in the dealings of everyday life? Scientology was discovered, developed, and organized by L. Ron Hubbard, an engineer, writer, and philosopher who spent most of this early years studying human behayior and researching ways in which ...
Sep 13, 1975
Church of Scientology to warn of Interpol dangers — Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colorado)
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May 7, 1974
Metropolitan Toronto Police // Intra-departmental correspondence [Sergeant John B. Fallis' report re. break-in]
Mar 7, 1974
Counterattack: The response to criticism [last of a series] — St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
Type: Press
Author(s): James E. Adams, Elaine Viets
Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
"We are not a law enforcement agency. BUT we will become interested in the crimes of people who seek to stop us ... If you leave us alone, we will leave you alone." - L. Ron Hubbard Founder of the Church of Scientology The Church of Scientology does not turn the other cheek. Said Emily Watson, the church's national public affairs representative: "We tried doing that for years, but the attacks kept growing ...." Two attacks to which she referred were ...
Jan 15, 1974
Church has its first wedding — The Australian
Apr 8, 1971
Articles of incorporation of Church of Scientology of La Jolla (Filed Apr. 13, 1971)
Jan 1, 1970
Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 2: "Ron" — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970
Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 6: Techniques, drills, and processes — Delacorte Press
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