Narconon faces federal lawsuit - 2014-05-22

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F371.png Narconon faces federal lawsuit May 22, 2014, Jeanne LeFlore, McAlester News-Capital

Meanwhile, the lawsuit filed Wednesday by the National Association of Forensic Counselors, Inc. at the Eastern District Court of Oklahoma in Muskogee names Narconon International, the Church of Scientology International and 80 other Narconon-related defendants.

The suit states NAFC is seeking an immediate injunction to prevent the unauthorized use of NAFC certifications, trademarks and logos along with compensatory, statutory and punitive damages, plus attorneys' fees.

The suit alleges more than "400 Narconon associated websites contained the purported certifications of staff members that, in reality, have had certifications that have been suspended, revoked or never existed."

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