Court Testimony: Narconon Intentionally Deceived a Florida Drug Court About Its Licensing - 2012-08-29

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F11.png Court Testimony: Narconon Intentionally Deceived a Florida Drug Court About Its Licensing August 29, 2012, Tony Ortega, Runnin' Scared, Village Voice

There's been a lot of attention focused on Scientology's flagship drug rehab in Oklahoma -- called Narconon Arrowhead -- because of recent deaths there and investigations by multiple local and state agencies.

But as we indicated previously, there are also serious questions being asked about Narconon's facility in the Atlanta area. The 2008 death of Narconon patient and employee Patrick Desmond produced a lawsuit by his family, and documents in that case provide a startling look at the deceptions that appear to be a part of the Narconon business model.

We now have court testimony from the lawsuit which shows that Narconon deceived a Florida drug court in order to keep quiet that it didn't have licensing to house patients.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Court Testimony: Narconon Intentionally Deceived a Florida Drug Court About Its Licensing | url = http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/08/scientology_narconon_mary_rieser.php | work = Runnin' Scared | publisher = Village Voice | date = August 29, 2012 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}