Lawmakers shy away from prison project - 2003-02-14

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F0.png Lawmakers shy away from prison project February 14, 2003, Erin Neff, Las Vegas Sun

Lawmakers are fleeing as fast as they can from a proposed trip to Ensenada, Mexico, to see a prison experiment with Scientology ties.

Assemblywoman Sharron Angle, R-Reno, is proposing a pilot program in Nevada, and has secured 35 seats on a Southwest Airlines flight to San Diego on March 1 -- funded by Arizona Scientologist Randy Suggs -- as part of a trip to the prison.

The program in Ensenada was started by Rick Pendery in 1995 and includes techniques called Narcanon and Criminon, drug treatment therapies developed by the late L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology.


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