Chilocco Official Wants IRS to Audit Narconon - 1991-02-23
The head of the Chilocco Development Authority on Friday called for an IRS audit of Narconon, which unexpectedly paid $10,000 to the CDA two days before it was to discuss ending Narconon's lease for a drug treatment center on Indian land.
"You don't just make a $10,000 mistake. This check really deepens our suspicions if we're receiving our proper share in this venture from Narconon," CDA chairman Robert Chapman said Friday.
The CDA - composed of the leaders of five Indian tribes and two at-large members - was to meet here Friday to consider the Kaw Nation's call for an end to Narconon's lease on seven grounds, including suspected fraud by Narconon in reporting the number of patients served.