Scientology Required, Former Guard Claims - 1991-06-26

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F231.png Scientology Required, Former Guard Claims June 26, 1991, Michael McNutt, News OK

A substance abuse center operating at an old Indian school is a recruiting station for people to join the Church of Scientology, a former security guard there claimed Tuesday. John Allen told The Oklahoman that he was fired last week after working six months at the Narconon Chilocco New Life Center when he refused to sign a two-year contract agreeing to learn more about the Church of Scientology. "It was a two-year Scientologist contract," he said. "They wanted me to study the theory of Scientology and take select courses. " Gary Smith, president of Narconon Chilocco, strongly denied Allen's charges. "It's absurd," Smith said.


{{cite news | author = Michael McNutt | title = Scientology Required, Former Guard Claims | url = http://newsok.com/scientology-required-former-guard-claims/article/2361171 | work = News OK | date = June 26, 1991 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}