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Reference materials Narconon Exposed: Drug rehab or Scientology front? Protecting the Vulnerable from Narconon/ScientologyNarCONon is Scientology!
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Mar 27, 2011
Narconon’s Big Con — The Fix
Type: Press
Author(s): Mark Ebner, Walter Armstrong
Source: The Fix
The Scientology-backed rehab promises addicts they can sweat out their demons in sweltering saunas. But critics charge that the organization is the devil itself. L. Ron Hubbard, the prolific science fiction author and founder of the Church of Scientology, may have been judged “a mental case” (according to the F.B.I.) and “a pathological liar” (according to a Los Angeles Supreme Court judge), but to tens of thousands of his eager followers worldwide, the man discovered an approach to recovery that outclasses ...
Nov 5, 2009
Blown for Good / Behind the iron curtain of Scientology (book) - 02 Lie to me — BFG Books
Type: Book
Author(s): Marc Headley
Source: BFG Books
Tag(s): Adam HancockAdvanced Organization of Los Angeles (AOLA)Apollo (formerly, "Royal Scot Man"; often misspelled "Royal Scotman", "Royal Scotsman")Apple SchoolsApplied ScholasticsAssociation for Better Living and Education (ABLE) (formerly, "Social Coordination" or SOCO)Basic Study ManualBeck HansenBlown for Good / Behind the iron curtain of Scientology (book)Boris LevitskyBowles & MoxonCarla MoxonChurch of Scientology Celebrity Centre International @ 5930 Franklin Avenue Los Angeles CA United StatesDelphi Schools, Inc.Doctrine of exchangeE-MeterEthics (Scientology)Eve DarlingFort Harrison Hotel (also, Flag Land Base) @ 210 South Fort Harrison Avenue Clearwater FL United StatesHenning HeldtInternational Association of Scientologists (IAS)John PeelerJuliette LewisKeeping Scientology Working (KSW)Kendrick L. MoxonLSDMain Building (old Cedars-Sinai Hospital) @ 4833 Fountain Avenue Los Angeles CA United StatesMarc HeadleyMarissa RibisiMartha LevitskyMichael D. RobertsMV Freewinds (formerly, La Bohème)Narconon (aka Scientology drug rehab)Narconon Chilocco New Life CenterOperating Thetan (OT)RecruitmentRegistrar (also, to "reg")Rona BowlesSandcastle Motel @ 200 North Osceola Avenue Clearwater FL United StatesSchoolsSea Organization (Sea Org, SO)Sky DaytonStacy Moxon-MeyerStatistics (Stats)Stephanie HeadleyStudy technology (Study tech)Timothy BowlesTraining Routines (TRs)Vonni RibisiWeapons
Nov 5, 2009
Blown for Good / Behind the iron curtain of Scientology (book) - 04 The landscape is changing — BFG Books
Sep 1, 2004
Is Scientology in your schools? — The Humanist
Type: Press
Author(s): Robin Jacobs
Source: The Humanist
For obvious reasons, the lauding of religious leaders isn’t supposed to be practiced in U.S. public schools, at least not as a class activity. Yet one widely used school program concludes by having students applaud Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. The program is called Narconon, and it has notable Scientology links. The state of California is now in the midst of a three-month investigation of the Narconon Drug Prevention and Education program with an eye to possibly barring it from the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 1, 2003
Scientology and the European Human Rights debate: A reply to Leisa Goodman, J. Gordon Melton, and the European Rehabilitation Project Force study — Marburg Journal of Religion
Type: Press
Author(s): Stephen A. Kent
Source: Marburg Journal of Religion
Tag(s): Anderson Report (Australia)Aum ShinrikyoBankruptcyBrainwashingBrigette SchoenChild laborChildren, youthChurch of Scientology International (CSI)Church of Scientology of TorontoChurch of Spiritual Technology (CST) (dba, L. Ron Hubbard Library)Colonia DignitadConfidential preclear (PC) folderConvictionCult Awareness Network (CAN) (earlier form, Citizen's Freedom Foundation)Cynthia KisserDead agenting (Black PR, smear campaign)DeprogrammingDouglas FrantzElliot J. AbelsonEric RubioEthics (Scientology)Fair gameFalse imprisonmentFalse Purpose RundownFrank K. FlinnFranz StoecklFreeloader's debtGaetane AsselinGerald "Gerry" ArmstrongGermanyHeber C. JentzschHernandez v. CommissionerImpact MagazineIna BrockmannInternal Revenue Service (IRS)International Scientology News (magazine)J. Gordon MeltonJason ScottJugen F. K. RedhardtJuha PentikainenKendrick L. MoxonKurt WeilandLarry BluntLawrence "Larry" WollersheimLawsuitLeisa Collins (aka Leisa Goodman)Lorne DawsonMarburg Journal of ReligionMichael and Marla SklarMichael YorkNarconon (aka Scientology drug rehab)Narconon Chilocco New Life CenterNew York TimesOffice of Special Affairs (OSA) (formerly, Guardian's Office)Operation FreakoutPaulette CooperPeter ReicheltPierre CollignonPotential Trouble Source (PTS)Rehabilitation Project Force (RPF)Religion (journal)Rick RossRobert J. LiftonRobert S. "Bob" MintonRoy WallisSalarySea Organization (Sea Org, SO)Security check ("sec check")Shirley LandaStephen A. KentSuppressive person (SP)Susanne SchernekauSynanonThe Family (formerly, Children of God)Tilman HausherrUrsula CabertaVivien Krogmann Lutz
Nov 12, 2001
Tribes seek new tenant for school — Daily Oklahoman
Type: Press
Author(s): Dawn Marks
Source: Daily Oklahoman
The Indian school on the prairie stands empty once again. Chilocco, once active with American Indian youth learning skills for life now is quiet, its century-old limestone buildings sagging. Tribal leaders know the value of the site north of Newkirk, both cultural and economic, and are trying to find a new tenant. Narconon, a drug-treatment center that uses the teachings of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, has moved its drug and alcohol treatment center from Chilocco to Arrowhead Lodge ...
Aug 19, 2001
Rehabilitation center moves to Lake Eufaula — The Oklahoman
Type: Press
Author(s): Michael McNutt
Source: The Oklahoman
EUFAULA — Narconon Arrowhead, the drug rehabilitation and international training center formerly known as Narconon Chilocco Center near Newkirk, has relocated to Lake Eufaula. The center, considered the with a ribbon cutting and barbecue. The relocation was necessary because of expansion. Narconon now has centers in 29 countries. Its mission is "to eradicate the problem of drug and alcohol abuse internationally through effective rehabilitation and education.' Narconon uses an approach developed by author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The Eufaula center, ...
Jul 1, 2001
Controversial drug treatment center moving — The Oklahoman
Type: Press
Source: The Oklahoman
Newkirk — In 1989, Newkirk residents prepared for a battle to stop the establishment of a drug and alcohol treatment program north of their town. It was an often bitter fight through the court system that lasted almost three years. Then, Narconon International received its certification in 1992 to establish a treatment center six miles north of Newkirk leased from five Indian tribes. Now, Narconon is closing its Newkirk branch in favor of combining the entire treatment site at Arrowhead Lodge ...
Jan 14, 1993
Disco boss bans group in cult fear — The Advertiser (Finchley, UK)
Aug 15, 1992
Narconon gets state mental health exemption — The Oklahoman
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Type: Press
Author(s): Michael McNutt, Enid Bureau
Source: The Oklahoman
A controversial drug and alcohol abuse center in north-central Oklahoma achieved a big victory Friday in its two-year battle for state approval. Less than a year after calling Narconon Chilocco New Life Center's treatment program unsafe and experimental, the Oklahoma Board of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services voted unanimously Friday to exempt the facility from a state requirement to be certified. The decision came after Narconon showed it had gained approval from a private organization, the Commission for Accreditation of ...
Jul 1, 1992
The two faces of Scientology — The American Lawyer
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Type: Press
Author(s): William W. Horne
Source: The American Lawyer
The Church of Scientology uses private detectives and bulldog litigators to pursue its numerous detractors. It also hires low-key establishment lawyers who work quietly within the system. So who is directing the $416 million libel suit against Time? On April 27, 1992, lawyers for the Church of Scientology International filed a $416 million libel action in federal court in New York against Time Warner, Inc., Time Inc. Magazine Company [Time Warner is a partner in American Lawyer Media, L.P.], and writer ...
Dec 17, 1991
Narconon decision draws fire — Daily Oklahoman
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Dec 15, 1991
Drug center may be forced to leave tribal site — The Oklahoman
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Dec 14, 1991
Board denies certification for Narconon — The Oklahoman
Dec 13, 1991
Findings of Fact regarding the Narconon-Chilocco Application For Certification by the Board of Mental Health, State of Oklahoma
Sep 6, 1991
Religious Technology Center Executive Directive no. 450 — Religious Technology Center (RTC)
May 1, 1991
CCHR and Narconon — The Southern California Psychiatrist
Type: Press
Author(s): Louis Jolyon West
Source: The Southern California Psychiatrist
Originally printed in "The Southern California Psychiatrist," May 1991, pp. 6-13. Dr. West has granted permission to upload this article to computer networks and bulletin boards In a previous article (SCPS Newsletter, July, 1990) I provided an historical account of the Church of Scientology. It is a pseudo-scientific healing cult that was formed in the 1950s, and has grown, with the help of extravagant lies and deliberate deception, into a multimillion dollar, international enterprise. Through its many publications, but especially through ...
Nov 9, 1990
State board blocked in Narconon case // Ruling throws out licensing recommendation — Daily Oklahoman
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Type: Press
Author(s): Michael McNutt
Source: Daily Oklahoman
Efforts to license a Kay County substance abuse center operating without state approval were brought to a halt Thursday. The State Mental Health Board, scheduled to act Thursday on certifying the Narconon Chilocco New Life Center, found itself crippled by a court ruling. The ruling blocked the board from using material prepared by Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services staff on the 75-bed facility. Mental health department officials said it was the first time a court tossed out a ...
Sep 8, 1990
State agency ordered to act on Narconon certification — Daily Oklahoman
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Jun 28, 1990
National Chilocco Alumni Association unanimously passes resolution and position statement opposing Narconon — Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
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Type: Press
Source: Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
OKLA. CITY — The National Chilocco Alumni Association unanimously approved a resolution on Saturday, June 9, strongly opposing the establishment of Scientology's front organization Narconon on the old Chilocco Indian Agricultural School just north of Newkirk. The resolution, presented to the membership during the business meeting at the annual Chilocco Reunion in Oklahoma City, was overwhelmingly approved following about 30 minutes of discussion. Copies of the resolution were to be forwarded to all of the members of the Chilocco Development Authority, ...
Jun 25, 1990
The Scientology Story: The Selling of a Church // The Courting of Celebrities — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Joel Sappell, Robert W. Welkos
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Testimonials of the famous are prominent in the church's push for acceptability. John Travolta and Kirstie Alley are the current headliners. The Church of Scientology uses celebrity spokesmen to endorse L. Ron Hubbard's teachings and give Scientology greater acceptability in mainstream America. As far back as 1955, Hubbard recognized the value of famous people to his fledgling, off-beat church when he inaugurated "Project Celebrity." According to Hubbard, Scientologists should target prominent individuals as their "quarry" and bring them back like trophies ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 24, 1990
Harold's Journal: New law will help... — Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Robert W. Lobsinger
Source: Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
Thanks to your enduring help, the Oklahoma State Legislature has passed (91 to 0 in the House and similar in the Senate), and Governor Henry Bellmon has signed a law which should insure that Oklahoma will certify only legitimate, medically safe drug and alcohol treatment facilities for operation in our state. Practitioners of Body Thetan exorcism and other hocus pocus won't cut it. The law requires that drug abuse treatment providers be accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare ...
Mar 8, 1990
Harold's Journal: Premonitions... — Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
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Jan 4, 1990
Editorial opinion: Harold's Journal
Sep 9, 1989
State worker linked to Narconon promoter — Daily Oklahoman
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Type: Press
Author(s): Randy Ellis, Michael McNutt
Source: Daily Oklahoman
As an employee of the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health, Leroy Bridges "actively lobbied" his colleagues in support of Narconon International's proposed drug treatment center near Newkirk, a memo states. Meanwhile, Bridges had ties to a consulting firm hired by Narconon International to help that controversial drug treatment organization in its application for a certificate of need from the Oklahoma Health Planning Commission. Bridges denies any wrongdoing, but his activities are being probed by federal investigators. Records on file in the ...
Sep 7, 1989
Bellmon advised against signing Narconon support document — Associated Press
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Type: Press
Source: Associated Press
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP): Gov. Henry Bellmon is being advised not to get involved in a dispute over a proposed drug treatment center in Newkirk, an aide says. "It would be inappropriate for the governor to sign any document endorsing a drag treatment center prior to completion of the Department of Mental Health's review of the facility for certification," Andrew Tevington, Bellmon's aide, said Wednesday. A group of Native Americans asked Bellmon to sign a proclamation about drug abuse that mentions the ...
Aug 25, 1989
Open letter to kay county residents about Narconon — Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jim Reese
Source: Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES STATE OF OKLAHOMA August 25, 1989 OPEN LETTER TO CITIZENS OF NEWKIRK AND KAY COUNTY: In response to your packet and the numerous letters of protest concerning the Narconon Drug treatment facility to be located at the Chilocco Indian School complex, I want you to know that I, too, am extremely concerned and am doing everything I know to stop this development. I have contacted and expressed my concerns to every individual and entity in state government that ...
Aug 17, 1989
Commission, Chamber, School Board // City leaders call for state review of Narconon program at Chilocco Indian School north of town
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Type: Press
Newkirk's School Board, City Commission, and Chamber of Commerce have jointly sent a 67 page document to 16 State and National leaders asking them to support a special review of the Narconon-Chilocco drug rehabilitation program and it's connection with Scientology. The cover letter of the package of exhibits says in part, "Based on this information, it appears that Narconon's primary objective is Scientology recruitment and not drug abuse treatment. Our community is very concerned and we are requesting your help in ...
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' ...
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