Augustine: Compton scam rehab and 'literacy crusade' have vanished since raid - 2015-12-20

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F347.png Augustine: Compton scam rehab and 'literacy crusade' have vanished since raid December 20, 2015, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

(Isaac Hayes (1942-2008) tells an audience about becoming the international spokesman for the World Literacy Crusade )

We could not have broken the big story of felony charges against Scientologists operating a Scientology drug rehab clinic in Compton without the help of our sources. We've had invaluable help here in New York with the Underground Bunker's man on the scene, Jeffrey Augustine, who lives in Los Angeles.

This week, he volunteered to get some looks at the venues we've been talking about. The story we revealed on Thursday was that several Scientologists are accused of running a Narconon clinic out of the World Literacy Crusade, a longtime Scientology front in Compton. Arrangements were made with three prominent local educators (since fired) to provide high school kids to the "clinic," where they were put through Scientology exercises, and the clinic then billed Medi-Cal as if the students had been treated for drug addictions. According to court documents, this scam was running at least from 2010 to 2013 (but we found evidence that it had been using foster children as early as 2005). The clinic was raided by a state law enforcement agency in March 2014. But what's happened to the clinic, and the World Literacy Crusade, since then? Jeffrey Augustine is our man on the scene.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Augustine: Compton scam rehab and 'literacy crusade' have vanished since raid | url = https://tonyortega.org/2015/12/20/augustine-compton-scam-rehab-and-literacy-crusade-have-vanished-since-raid/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = December 20, 2015 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}