Could this be so when these two testify truthfully, the cult^\^\^\^\ NarCONon can claim they are disgruntled former employees? Though it is hard to imagine them able to think clearly enough to make such a plan! 'til next time;wynot
You never know! They do make these staff sign non-disclosure agreements
DA: Narconon Arrowhead under investigation by OKLA Dept. of Mental Health after Four Death. Link: http://mcalesternews.com/local/x44829217/DA-Narconon-Arrowhead-Oklahoma-Department-of-Mental-Health-investigates-deathsI am so glad the investigation continues and these peoples lives/deaths are not being brushed under the rug. They, and their families deserve much better. Tidbits that I found of interest:"The widening investigation...""Hull said the Department of Mental Health was looking into the facilities licensing provisions and other issues.""Kern's said his deputies escorted the DMH investigators to the facility on Thursday."The Narconon staff must be so happy to have the dept of mental health involved in the investigation.
"The widening investigation..."
The Narconon staff must be so happy to have the dept of mental health involved in the investigation.
It's always good to see you here, who me?. (Am I supposed to put a period after the question mark? )
Quote from: ethercat on August 06, 2012, 21:00It's always good to see you here, who me?. (Am I supposed to put a period after the question mark? )In this usage 'who me?' is clearly (excuse me) a proper name. Ergo, you are totally correct in putting the period after the question mark. 'til later;wynot
... when wynot (who's name may be missing a question mark) ...
... Just wanted to say, I really appreciate the work on this site (I despise health fraud and the resulting pain it causes) and am happy I can occasionally contribute....
Quote from: Mary_McConnell on August 03, 2012, 23:34 You never know! They do make these staff sign non-disclosure agreements I would hope that attempting to use non-disclosure agreements to prevent an employee from reporting criminal activities would be frowned upon by any court, and hopefully would be both a civil and criminal tort.'til later;wynot
I think the one thing I'd add to this is mention of the battery of waivers and non-disclosures signed by departing exes, which is probably Scientology's most effective deterrent against investigation into its conduct. These signed agreements range with differences so there's not much useful I can say in the way of a blanket statement as to their validity.But I will say that these agreements are intended to keep you from approaching law enforcement or filing a civil claim and like almost every contract drafted by the more leveraged party, the ones I've seen anyway, overreach and often amount to flimsy, calculated bluffs. Many of the clauses in these agreements were not meant to hold up in court--they were meant to keep you quiet. Even if certain parts of the agreement are enforceable, other parts may not be; even if you've accepted a cash settlement. At the very least, your approaching law enforcement or an attorney to consult as to the validity of the agreement will not violate the agreement. Talk to someone if you're on the fence.