Church of Scientology claims religious discrimination in Trout Run case - 2016-04-01

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F0.png Church of Scientology claims religious discrimination in Trout Run case April 1, 2016, Patti Borda Mullins, Frederick News-Post

The Church of Scientology's real estate arm is continuing to lay the groundwork to sue Frederick County for religious discrimination if the Narconon drug treatment program is not able to operate at the former Trout Run camp site.

Social Betterment Properties International filed complaints in March with Frederick County Circuit Court to get all of the records mentioning Trout Run in the period of time last year when the county was deciding whether the property should be designated a historic site.

Social Betterment bought the 40-acre camp south of Thurmont in September 2013 to open a group home for drug and alcohol abuse treatment operated by Narconon. The Narconon program is based on the writings and techniques of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder.


{{cite news | first = Patti Borda | last = Mullins | title = Church of Scientology claims religious discrimination in Trout Run case | url = http://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/politics_and_government/health_and_welfare/church-of-scientology-claims-religious-discrimination-in-trout-run-case/article_92d67ec7-9108-5820-a4dc-a0ba0e0222e5.html | work = Frederick News-Post | date = April 1, 2016 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}