On Tuesday, March 28, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich will ask his fellow members of the Board of Supervisors to place a hold on the approval of Narconon's request to open a facility in Leona Valley, pending further review.
Antonovich's request will almost certainly be approved. Once that happens, a formal review will be scheduled. This most likely won't occur until summer, unless the matter is given special priority by the board.
Critics of Narconon should put this time to good use, to assure that the Board of Supervisors is fully informed of the problems with allowing an unaccredited cult-run drug rehabilitiation scam to set up shop in a rural community.
-- Dave Touretzky: "And give Clark Carr a lollipop."
<p><hr><p> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Narconon in Florida and California
Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 15:56:24 -0400
I have investigated Narconon in SoCal and found them to be licensed by the ADP Board of California. What I don't understand is how an organization such as Narconon, whose "principles" are founded on such junk science could ever get licensed in any state. California and Florida should take a peek at what the rest of the world already sees, Narconon, ABLE, and CoS as a commercial organization, not a religious organization. One day people will see the light and view CoS for what they really are, an international crime/scam syndicate, in other words, a religious mafia.
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