Rock Center Narconon Deaths Report 16th Aug

Discussion in 'Media' started by Intelligence, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. BigBeard Member

    Errr...Hasn't narCONon been claiming they have nothing to do with $cientology? So why should $cientology care what David and Colin are doing in regard to narCONon? Could it be they're afraid of the negative impact on cash flow from narCONon to the Cof$?? Thought maybe that's what it is.

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  3. Intelligence Member

    Please feel free to fix volume higher - sorry :)

    August 24, 2012 - Patient calls toll free number for addiction help and talks to person at Narconon Arrowhead. Addiction councelor gets into feist conversation with patient implying that he could be a back-alley addict or grocery packer.

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  5. JohnnyRUClear Member

    5:56 - Did he say Oregon? Nasty cult tentacle grabbing for my fellow Oregonians? AW HELL NAW

    In any case, this is an explosive phone call. I figured this was a "sting" call but this lady sounds too natural IMO. If she's acting, she's good.
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  6. anon walker Moderator

    Scuse me, while I kiss this guy!
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  7. eddieVroom Member

    /not quite sure if filmed in narconon
  8. Anonymous Member

    Alt To Meds in AZ? Isn't that the house of death for Scientologists with cancer? wtf?
  9. Anonymous Member

    Why would he refer her there?
  10. ZORRO Member

    best regards from paris
    a special tribute for STACY DAWN MURPHY
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  11. anonamus Member

    I'm totally lost on what they say except the word "Narconon", but I clicked like anyway.
    Seems like a french win for anons right?
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  12. Anonymous Member

    Oh man this guy makes me mad!
    Psychologists are trained for YEARS in addiction counseling. This is a specific kind of counseling that takes lots of education to do well. Mike is an ass and needs to be stopped, too stupid to be referring anyone.
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  13. DeathHamster Member (might be a different guy, might not.)
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  14. DeathHamster Member

    Lookie lookie!
    April 11, 2009

    Rev. James J. McLaughlin, Dir of Substance Abuse, International AME Church: “Many in our society have believed the myth that religion and practical solutions cannot be in the same room or on the same stage. But today, I say to you, not only are they in the same room, same stage, we are working in the trenches together, saving lives.”

    He's also "Chairman of the National Congress of the Interfaith Alliance on Addiction", an organization that only seems to exist on Scientology pages.
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  15. Internetzin Member

    Lookie lookie indeed, acceptable truth much.
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  16. DeathHamster Member

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  17. That's what Flo Barnett said..........She lost.......DM never even gave her a chance to play musical chairs.......
  18. Anonymous Member

    Praised Be Xenu - this is so exploitable for Farrakhan Shoops!

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  19. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Uh... the bolded statement seems nonsensical. The closest I can get to making sense of it is this, which seems rather strained:
    • The doctor is there as often as the state requires him to be there.
    • That is less often than some people think.
    • Narconon is meeting state requirements, therefore Narconon is not doing anything wrong.
    • Since Narconon isn't doing anything wrong, nobody should be protesting against it, even when people die there.

    If that's what he means, he's getting near the edge.
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  20. Internetzin Member

    My read on his understanding of the rules is that they can't risk their non medical rehab license by having the the doctor there all the time ;) that some wicked Scilon logic right there.
  21. anonysamvines Member

    part of the problem here is there are state requirements that a lot of individuals don't know about," said Smith.

    part of the problem here is that there are state requirements we don't care about is what gary meant to say
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  22. DeathHamster Member

    He makes it sound like "Gosh darn it, he wants to be there 24/7, but those tricky state requirements won't let him!" Tripe. (I wonder if the state requirement is that he be a real doctor and not a chiropractor?)
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  23. Internetzin Member

    Did you jus say Tripe? :)
  24. BigBeard Member

    Found nothing in Guidestar or the IRS non-profit searchs on "National Congress of the Interfaith Alliance on Addiction", or any "Interfaith Alliance" of any type, never mind one on Addiction. So is this a 'for profit' group, or a scam??

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  25. DeathHamster Member

    From a brief look, it only seemed to appear on Scientology pages, so I guess that it's another of their official-sounding scams.
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  26. Malory Member

    Always follow the money. Wasn't it three grand for every referral to Narconon? Rev. James McLaughlin needs to be investigated.
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  27. Anonymous Member

    In round numbers, it is typically 10% of whatever the fee happens to be - $25,000/$2,500 - $30,000/$3,000 etc.
  28. Malory Member

    Yeah, a nice little earner for the Rev. Sets himself up as a counselor and addiction specialist, gets people in because of his church credentials and then refers them to Narconon for a fat fee.
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