Hamilton Law's Narconon page is blanked - why?

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by fishypants, May 11, 2016.

  1. fishypants Moderator

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  2. Called the toll-free number and the receptionist said Hamilton law is no longer representing clients in suits against Narconon, and she referred me to Syed & Little, the "firm in Indiana that filed the class-action lawsuit," and gave me their number.
  3. DeathHamster Member

    Tony Ortega reported that all of Hamilton Law's Narconon cases have been settled. Hopefully this doesn't mean that Hamilton Law has meta-settled as well.
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  4. fishypants Moderator


    Maybe-relevant C&D from Scientology/Narconon's lawyers to Saeed/Little:

    Perhaps a similar C&D letter was sent to Hamilton?
  5. JohnnyRUClear Member

    That's a lot of words to help prop up a scam. Still, if I were Jonathan Little, I would certainly go through the wall of lolyer text carefully and make sure everything on my site was bulletproof.
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  6. fishypants Moderator

    He seems happy enough that it is...

  7. RightOn Member

    “Narconon is aware that students routinely become ill AND DIE during the New Life Detoxification Program.” You have adduced no evidence of students “routinely” becoming ill. Although... a bunch of people did die at the Arrowhead location within a short time span. This is a true statement."

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  8. DeathHamster Member

    Not even close to true. CARF has never accredited the Narconon Program.

    They have given a three-year accreditation to some locations which use the Narconon Program. Big Difference!
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  9. fishypants Moderator

    I wonder if that kind of potentially-misleading use of their accreditation is something which might be of concern to CARF themselves?
  10. DeathHamster Member

    Narconon splashes the CARF logo all over websites for locations that don't have CARF accreditation.

    After the NAFC lawsuit, they can't be asleep, so either:
    • They don't give a shit.
    • Paid not to give a shit.
    • Blackmailed to not give a shit.
    • Still have Scientologists inside making sure they don't give a shit.
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  11. AnonLover Member

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  12. anonysamvines Member

    Re the above long letter to Mr Little

    The website may prefer to quote NarCONon's OWN, under oath in court, expert witness's deposition/ testimony as to the programme NOT reflecting ,medically and scientifically based practises.
    This expert witness was found, hired and paid for by the defendant NarCONon to defend their practises and rebut the plaintif's claims in the Desmond v NarCONon of Georgia, NarCONon International case.

    That case was extensively covered here, at Tipping Point and elsewhere.
    Tipping Point obtained copies of the deposition. Much lulz were had. Their OWN expert witness.

    Hard to discredit or sue for using those statements.
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  13. RightOn Member

    How widely publicized are the cases that were settled?
    There were over 20 something of them.
    Seems like something that should be A LOT more exposed.
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  14. DeathHamster Member

    Well, most settlements follow Rules 1 & 2.

    Class action lawsuit against Scientology's drug rehabs refiled with new plaintiffs April 13, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker
  15. fishypants Moderator

    "Don't be on fire" and "Never divide by zero"?
  16. RightOn Member

    Would love to see a protest at a NN center with signs reading
    Narconon Settled 29 Lawsuits in Two Years
    What Where They About?
    Research and Find Out

    oh just
    Google: Ryan Hamilton Narconon Lawsuits
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