LEAK: Narconon's Legal Affairs Director Admits No Scientific Basis for Advertised Success Rates - 2013-04-01

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F347.png LEAK: Narconon's Legal Affairs Director Admits No Scientific Basis for Advertised Success Rates April 1, 2013, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

This smoking gun is particularly redolent. As smoking guns go, this one is high caliber and billowing.

Scientology's drug rehab program, Narconon, is in serious trouble because of a series of patient deaths, government investigations, and civil lawsuits. And as we've pointed out numerous times, former Narconon employees and leaked documents have revealed that nearly every step of Narconon's business model involves some sort of deception.

Now, another stunning disclosure. Former Narconon employee Eric Tenorio has turned over to the Underground Bunker a remarkable e-mail written by a Narconon International legal affairs officer who admits that "we do not have scientific evidence of" the 70 percent and higher rates of success that the rehab programs advertise.


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