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Reference materials Narconon Exposed: Drug rehab or Scientology front?Stop-Narconon.org: Protecting the Vulnerable from Narconon/ScientologyNarCONon is Scientology!
7 matching items found between Jan 1994 and Dec 1994. Furthermore, there are 442 matching items for all time not shown.
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Aug 1, 1994
Press watchdog backs Argus — The Argus (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
Britain's newspaper watchdog has thrown out complaints against the Evening Argus by the Church of Scientology. The cult accused us of inaccurate and misleading reporting following our investigation into its activities earlier this year. But the Press Complaints Commission dismissed every single allegation. Today Argus editor Chris Fowler said: "The Scientologists have tried every trick in the book to prevent us publishing details about their activities. "This ruling confirms that our investigations were carried out to the highest standards of British ...
Jul 19, 1994
Cults / New style, old problem
Jun 13, 1994
Scientology: the inside story — Secret of a drugs 'cure' — The Argus (UK)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Paul Bracchi
Source: The Argus (UK)
JOHN WOOD wants to tell your children the truth about drugs. He is the UK president of an organisation which claims it has been educating young people about the dangers of addiction for 25 years. It claims that message had been successful, and it claims it can also help those who have already fallen to drugs and drink. In fact, Narconon makes rather a lot of claims, and the group has targeted Sussex with literature and glowing tributes from grateful "clients". ...
May 17, 1994
Tower Hamlets "duped by Scientology rehab group" — Big Issue (UK)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Anthony Middleton
Source: Big Issue (UK)
NARCONON, THE drug rehabilitation group which has close links with the controversial Church of Scientology, allegedly "duped" Tower Hamlets Council into referring an alcoholic to them. Both the Council and the drug agency which placed the addict on Tower Hamlet's behalf said that they would not be referring anyone else to the group. The Church of Scientology has been consistently criticised by cult watchdogs for its recruitment techniques and financial dealings. Narconon's rehabilitation method is based on the teachings of L. ...
Apr 1, 1994
Scientology links with rehabilitation group — Big Issue (UK)
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Author(s): Anthony Middleton
Source: Big Issue (UK)
A GROUP which runs a national drug rehabilitation programme and gives regular lectures to schools is closely linked to the controversial Church of Scientology. Narconon, which bases its methods on the teachings of the Church's founder L Ron Hubbard, currently treats a small number of private-paying addicts each year. But it is has recently launched a major expansion programme, and Narconon claims that Tower Hamlet's social services department has paid the £500 per week fee for the three month treatment of ...
Mar 29, 1994
Alberta natives warned about U.S. drug program — Calgary Herald (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Bob Beaty
Source: Calgary Herald (Canada)
Scientology course 'potentially dangerous,' says Oklahoma report A drug treatment program backed by a controversial church is trying to sell Alberta natives addiction-cure services that medical experts have warned are unsafe and ineffective. As many as 10 Alberta reserves have been approached by Narconon, a U.S.-based program associated with the Church of Scientology. The program — which costs about $18,000 US and prescribes daily saunas and megavitamin doses — has been rejected by a U.S. state board of health because it ...
Jan 1, 1994
Clear Expansion Committees — Church of Scientology International (CSI)
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