Supporters Of Narconon Want Setback Investigated - 1991-12-19

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F23.png Supporters Of Narconon Want Setback Investigated December 19, 1991, AP, Tulsa World

"Basically, the Mental Health Board is claiming that Narconon is not a safe program," said Gary Smith, president of the Narconon Chilocco New Life Center.

"They have obviously not looked at the probably 12-foot-high stack of medical documentation, testimony from medical experts, the clients that have gone through the program, plus a 25-year track record of people getting off of drugs."

The Mental Health Board voted Friday not to certify the center, located on Indian land near Newkirk in Kay County.

Board members said Monday in a statement prepared by their attorney that they were not satisfied based on evidence presented to them that adequate safety was provided to clients.


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