NARCONON DENIED: Damaging Oklahoma report on Scientology rehab facility will be turned over - 2014-09-23

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F347.png NARCONON DENIED: Damaging Oklahoma report on Scientology rehab facility will be turned over September 23, 2014, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Today, Pittsburg County District Judge Jim D. Bland (pictured, right) agreed that the families suing Scientology's flagship drug rehab facility, Narconon Arrowhead, should be given copies of a controversial state report that recommended the rehab center be shut down.

The report came to light when, last month, two lawsuits were filed by a former Oklahoma state inspector general, Kim Poff, and one of her former investigators, Michael DeLong. In the lawsuits, they claimed that they had investigated Narconon Arrowhead in the wake of three recent patient deaths, found evidence of wrongdoing, and recommended in a report that the place be closed. They allege that their superiors buried the report because they were too afraid to take on Scientology, and then fired Poff and DeLong when they complained. Their report was forwarded to Oklahoma's attorney general.


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