Narconon: The Church of Scientology's secret answer to drug rehabilitation - 2014-12-16

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F0.png Narconon: The Church of Scientology's secret answer to drug rehabilitation December 16, 2014, Lydia Smith, International Business Times

"All of the materials of the Narconon programme are based on Mr Hubbard's research and advices about this particular area of travail," Nile told IBTimes UK.

The story has been different in the past, though. In 1977, the FBI uncovered documents in a raid on Scientology offices that revealed Scientologists were instructed to refer to Narconon and other "front-groups" using code names.

"Codes should be used for the names of front groups that we do not want connected with the C of S and for anything that gives specific and actual evidence that the C of S is in legal control of B6 groups [of which Narconon was one]," the report read. Dated 5 November 1976, it was signed by Judy Taussig, a US national official of Scientology.


{{cite news | first = Lydia | last = Smith | title = Narconon: The Church of Scientology's secret answer to drug rehabilitation | url = http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/narconon-church-scientologys-secret-answer-drug-rehabilitation-1479806 | work = International Business Times | date = December 16, 2014 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}