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Oct 31, 1974 Outline for recovery house evaluation - Narconon New Life — California State Department of Health
Forest S. Tennant Jr.
California State Department of Health
[...] 16. RECOMMENDATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS FOR CONTINUED STATE FUNDING a. Detoxification procedures should be stopped on the premises since their procedures are without proper medical supervision and may be dangerous. b. Three evaluation team members recommend cessations of State funding. c. One evaluation team member recommends continued funding if the following conditions are met: 1) Program must operate a facility that specifically and exclusively deals with the rehabilitation of narcotic addicted persons as required by their contract. Such condition should be ...
Jul 26, 1974 Scientologists deny they harass defectors from church // 'Misrepresentation and distortion' alleged — Globe and Mail (Canada) More:
groups.google.com Jul 22, 1974 Probe of religious sect's practices sought by ex-members — Globe and Mail (Canada) More: groups.google.com
Globe and Mail (Canada)
Directors from the Church of Scientology in Ontario and Alberta are seeking Government inquiries into its practices. One of them,
, was the head of the Scientology mission, a franchise operation in Calgary. After 12 years in the movement she walked out and took all but a few of her Calgary disciples with her. A Scientologist franchise, Mrs. Levett said, is a charter granted by the Scientology head office. The holder agrees to send 10-3/4 per cent of the ...
Jun 1, 1974 Fear and Loathing in Sutton: The McLean family's fight to escape Scientology — Macleans More: link
family first became involved in Scientology in 1969, when Nan, an energetic grandmother, joined the cult. Her husband, Eric, their two sons and their daughter-in-law followed. Eric McLean is a soft-spoken, 52-year-old teacher of auto mechanics now on leave to work for the Ontario high-school teachers' federation. He and Nan live in an old farmhouse outside the village of Sutton, north of Toronto. By 1972, the five McLeans were pillars of the Church of Scientology. Nan drove 100 ...
Jun 1, 1974 Sect ordered to pay $300,000 to victim — Los Angeles Times (California) More: link
Los Angeles Times (California)
A Superior Court jury Friday awarded $300,000 to L. Gene Allard, 33, a Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., artist, who claimed the Church of Scientology made him a victim of its "
" policy. Allard, the church's former bookkeeper in Los Angeles, sued for malicious prosecution after the Scientologists had him arrested in 1969 for allegedly stealing $27,713.90 in Swiss franc notes and its records. The criminal charges against Allard were dismissed Dec. 29, 1969, for lack of evidence. He denied ever ...
May 31, 1974 Scientology has ways of dealing with those who go against church — Albertan (Canada) More: link
The former head of Calgary's Scientology mission, by attacking that organization, has left herself open to the feeding of "lurid, blood sex crime actual evidence" to the press. That's the way Scientology officially deals with those who attack the organization, such as Lorna Levitt, who resigned April 19. Levitt began attacking the organization in newspaper advertisements more than a month and a half ago, but as yet the church has has not responded according to its policy. Levitt says that, so ...
Mar 7, 1974 Counterattack: The response to criticism [last of a series] — St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
James E. Adams
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 ...
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