Treatment for Non-Indians May Bring Center's Downfall - 1990-07-12

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F23.png Treatment for Non-Indians May Bring Center's Downfall July 12, 1990, Patti Weaver, Tulsa World

District Attorney Joe Wideman said Wednesday he will try to shut down a controversial drug and alcohol treatment center - operating without state approval on Indian land near here - if a State Health Department investigation concludes Narconon is treating non-Indian patients

"Something is going to have to be done, ranging from temporary shutdown to permanent shutdown," if non-Indians are being treated at the uncertified and unlicensed facility on Indian land, Wideman said.

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{{cite news | author = Patti Weaver | title = Treatment for Non-Indians May Bring Center's Downfall | url = https://www.tulsaworld.com/archives/treatment-for-non-indians-may-bring-center-s-downfall/article_3c237356-87f1-5d27-a974-6688477908a4.html | work = Tulsa World | date = July 12, 1990 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}