Narconon Granted Stay for Appeal - 1992-05-16
Narconon Chilocco New Life Center, ordered by a district judge and state officials to close, won court protection Friday to remain open for 10 more days.
Meanwhile, an Oklahoma County district judge said it may take several weeks for him to review materials submitted in the ongoing controversy surrounding the center. And it was disclosed Friday that the center has been given a 90-day conditional license by the Tonkawa tribe's newly formed regulatory agency.
Kay County District Judge Neal Beekman, who earlier this week issued a permanent injunction to close Narconon Chilocco, on Friday issued a stay of his order for 10 days to give Narconon lawyers time to appeal.