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Offline Intelligence

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Narconon Arrowhead Takes In Stranded
« on: April 18, 2012, 23:36 »




http://www.wireservice.ca/index.php?module=News&func=display&sid=7963


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“I came to Narconon to get off drugs, not to have Narconon attempt to re-wire my brain in order to reform to their way of thought. I have a very strong mind.

Colin Henderson’s traumatic experience at Narconon Arrowhead is a small sample of countless mistreatment and patient abuse in the hands of a detoxification center that practices and indoctrinates vulnerable victims into their cult’s religious beliefs.

Full Story:

http://www.wireservice.ca/index.php?module=News&func=display&sid=7963
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Here's a wee nugget sent to me yesterday:

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April 18, 2012 - 2:31pm
 
I was at Narconon Arrowhead Xxxxxxx to visit Xxxxxxx that still work there and live in those awful cabins... My friend Xxxxxx was telling me about a staff meeting they had where they talked about the closing of a Narconon in Canada... and how the person who worked so hard to close it was an ungrateful, suppressive, man who owed his life to the facilities because without Narconon he would most likely be dead in the streets. They were also told that you were to be considered dangerous to the narconon family and that you said arrowhead was next... then warned them that you might try get information from staff members and anyone caught speaking with you would be considered a suppressive person and terminated immediately... then when I was told the name of the person this whole meeting was about it turns out it was you! I was thinking that I just added you on facebook! Small world.
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Offline SocialTransparency

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Re: Narconon Arrowhead Takes In Stranded
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2012, 09:10 »
  I seriously question the legality of this move. I am not aware of the laws in this respect.The bringing of foreign or other individuals across international borders in this particular case is more than likely breaking the law.

 Would it not be wise to lodge formal complaints with the U.S. states that these individuals have been relocated in? These poor individuals are being shipped around like a commodity or product for profit.