Narconon drug rehab run by a convicted criminal organization

The Narconon drug rehab empire is administered and directed by the cult Scientology – a convicted criminal organization. On March 3–4, 1983, police raided the Scientology headquarters in Toronto and seized an estimated 250,000 documen
MONTREAL - Sept. 9, 2014 - PRLog -- An investigation into the Church of Scientology's activities in Ontario was begun when stolen documents from public and private agencies as well as information on other covert activities in Canada turned up as part of the evidence collected in the Operation Snow White case in the U.S.

The trial lasted two months. With adjournments, it ended on June 25th, 1992. The most important ruling during the trial concerned the evidence to be used in support of the charges of theft of documents. Mr. Justice James Southey ruled that all of this evidence was protected as "confessional materials". The prosecution is appealing this ruling.

On June 25, 1992, seven members were convicted for operations against the Ontario Provincial Police, the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The Church of Scientology itself was convicted on two counts of breach of the public trust: infiltration of the offices of the Ontario Provincial Police and the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. The Church of Scientology was ordered to pay a $250,000 fine.[4] The Church of Scientology became the only Canadian religious organization to be convicted for breaching the public trust (the term 'religious organization' being used loosely; the Church of Scientology is not officially recognised by the Canadian Government as a religion.

The case was appealed in 1996 before the Court of Appeal for Ontario by the Church of Scientology and one of the individual defendants, Jacqueline Matz. The appellants advanced numerous grounds of appeal, some of which were abandoned at the hearing, and the remainder of which were rejected by the Court.

“The Church of Scientology of Toronto had submitted statements to the court showing that its liabilities exceeded its assets, and argued that it should receive only a nominal fine. Judge Southey rejected this argument, and also rejected a prosecution request that the fine be at least $1 million. He suggested that since the "mother" church in California had contributed to the $7 million cost of fighting the criminal charges through interest-free loans, they could pay a portion of the fine. He noted that the Church in Toronto is governed by three appointed directors, over whom the 7,000 parishoners have no control.

The judge rejected the contention that the church had shown remorse for its role, and suggested that in reality there was a continuing attempt to blame individuals within the church for illegal activities that had been carried out at the direction of senior Scientology officials.”

Little remorse is ever shown – and none for those below 2.0 on Hubbard’s the Emotional Tone Scale – just kill them is Scientology’s answer.

"There are only two answers for the handling of people from 2.0 down on the Tone Scale, neither one of which has anything to do with reasoning with them or listening to their justification of their acts. The first is to raise them on the Tone Scale by un-enturbulating some of their theta by any one of the three valid processes. The other is to dispose of them quietly and without sorrow." - L. Ron Hubbard, SCIENCE OF SURVIVAL, p. 170

It is rare for Scientology to show remorse for any of their crimes or human rights abuses, and even deaths inside Scientology’s drug rehabs, Narconon.

The King Pins, Scientology’s Office of Special Affairs, and high-up executives that operate and control the Narconon Empire are only concerned about following L. Ron Hubbard’s ‘TECH’ and filling David Miscavige’s pockets with millions.


In 1993, the Church of Scientology International (CSI) and the United States Internal Revenue Service struck an agreement, under which the Church gained tax exemption for itself and its subsidiaries and in return paid $12.5m to cover the church's payroll, income and estate-tax bills for an undisclosed number of years prior to 1993, as well as discontinuing numerous lawsuits. The terms of the agreement did not become public until four years later, when they were leaked to the Wall Street Journal.

According to the Form 1023 Statement which CSI had to submit to the IRS prior to the agreement: “Narconon forms part of CSI's social betterment program.”

Many grieving families and loved ones are hoping that governments, health agencies, or the FBI and RCMP can investigate and act before more bodies are removed from Narconon to the morgue. In reality, it’s only a matter of time before more victims succumb to Scientology’s drug rehab quackery, suffer from human rights abuses, trauma or die inside Narconon.

David Love

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