LEAKED: Scripts Spell Out How Scientology Directs the Unsuspecting to Its Rehab Network - 2013-03-11

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F347.png LEAKED: Scripts Spell Out How Scientology Directs the Unsuspecting to Its Rehab Network March 11, 2013, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Some remarkable documents hit the Internet yesterday. They appear to be actual scripts used by employees who answer the phone numbers listed at drug rehab information websites with generic-sounding names.

The websites claim to deliver impartial advice about drug rehabilitation programs, but many of them are in fact front operations for Scientology's rehab network, Narconon. According to the scripts - as well as confirmation by several former employees - the people who answer these phone calls are instructed to do everything they can to convince a family to send a potential patient to a Narconon center (and they earn a large bounty for doing so).


{{cite news | first = Tony | last = Ortega | title = LEAKED: Scripts Spell Out How Scientology Directs the Unsuspecting to Its Rehab Network | url = https://tonyortega.org/2013/03/11/leaked-scripts-spell-out-how-scientology-directs-the-unsuspecting-to-its-rehab-network/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = March 11, 2013 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}