Scientology's Drug Rehab Network Stymied in Canada, Sued by Insurers, Generally Screwed - 2013-09-04

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F347.png Scientology's Drug Rehab Network Stymied in Canada, Sued by Insurers, Generally Screwed September 4, 2013, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Take off, Clark! Er, hoser! Oh, Narconon. For so many years you were Scientology's reliable cash cow, doing your best to pretend that you actually had nothing to do with the church itself, but basking in the glow of testimonials by Scientology's biggest celebrities — Tom Cruise, John Travolta, and Kirstie Alley, who all parroted that you were doing legitimate work as a drug rehab network.

And now, it's all falling apart so fast we can hardly keep up.

Last night, we confirmed the news that Narconon's attempt to purchase a 150-acre tree farm in Hockley Village, northwest of Toronto, for a large new drug rehab facility was foiled when the owner sold to a local buyer.


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