Check out the wonderful way back machine of April 12, 2012 where Narconon international refers to Narconon of georgia as an inpatient program.http://web.archive.org/web/20120412133354/http://www.narconon.co/narconon-centers/narconon-georgia.htmlBut, oddly enough, a current check on that same page has the word inpatient removed.Apparently it just "disappeared".
Hmmm...If they are turning in their license, does that mean they have to notify the IRS to remove NN GA from the list of facilities covered by the NN Int Group Exemption Letter (GEN 2595) effective for 2013? And if somehow they managed to get their license back in a year, would they then have to apply for their own 501(c)3 exemption to operate tax exempt again??
Narconon International should now refer to Narconon of Georgia as a nopatient program
They also mention that Narconon of georgia has a pool.
On that note,a BIG SHOOT OUT to Darrell Javier Hall. Hows the narCONon of georgia housing situation treating you of late?
So what does it mean when Whois page for Discovery House has the following:Status: clientDeleteProhibitedStatus: clientRenewProhibitedStatus: clientTransferProhibitedStatus: clientUpdateProhibited
Expiration Date: 04-oct-2013This was last updated 10-aug-2013.
Narconon is continuing to try and scrub the web to remove any mention of Narconon Georgia or Mary Rieser. They're deleting pages, press releases, tags, entire sites, etc. all across their network. Of course they'll miss some, and it is virtually impossible to scrub it completely away, but they're certainly spending some man hours to try and get rid of all the content. Since I know they read this forum frequently. I'll help them out - Hey guys, here is a domain you forgot drug-rehab-georgia[dot]org.
Quote from: who me? on September 30, 2013, 21:37So what does it mean when Whois page for Discovery House has the following:......
So what does it mean when Whois page for Discovery House has the following:......