Late Narconon Pay, Tie to Scientology Hit - 1992-10-29

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F231.png Late Narconon Pay, Tie to Scientology Hit October 29, 1992, Michael McNutt, News OK

NEWKIRK - Several former employees of Narconon Chilocco New Life Center criticized the facility Wednesday for failing to promptly pay their salaries and overtime, and claimed that the recently licensed drug and alcohol abuse facility is a front for the Church of Scientology.

Gene McCormick, who quit as Narconon Chilocco's chief of security on Monday, and Edith Clark, whose duties included head of international training, had the harshest words for the 75-bed facility when the group met with reporters Wednesday in a downtown Newkirk building.

Clark said Narconon Chilocco owed her an undetermined amount of back wages because she said the facility refused to pay her overtime even though she says she worked 60 to 70 hours a week.

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{{cite news | author = Michael McNutt | title = Late Narconon Pay, Tie to Scientology Hit | url = | work = News OK | date = October 29, 1992 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}