Author Topic: David Love Needs Help - Narconon/Scientology - Harms Deaths  (Read 2888 times)

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Any Help Would Be Very Much Appreciated - Thank You :-

It's going to be a long night, followed by about three more days of sorting and compiling documents for the College of Physicians Review Committee to have doctor Disciplined/Sanctioned, PLUS the new Formal Complaint being submitted for "Practicing Medicine Without a License." The latter will NOt be just against Narconon, but also the Scientology organization entities which administered and directed Narconon in the application and administering therapies and other remedies/concoctions to improve or heal the Patients at Narconon. There is much more to this and I will post cover letter when done. Several hundred documents will be attached to Cover letter RE: Formal Complaint. The College WILL ACT on this

THIS IS WHAT I NEED HELP WITH ASAP:

I have most of the dox in various places stored online. The dox I need are:

- Any reports from around the world of any harms or deaths that can be associated with The Purification Rundound (Sauna - Niacin etc/ Heat etc) at any Narconon/Scientology ORG.

- Any Reports from around the world concerning any use of the E-Meter, where the subject was promised or assured, (whether expressed or implied), that the subject would be cured or healed from the Auditing Process. E-Meters were used at NN TR. (on and off the premises - have dox)

I appreciate any and all help with this. Links are good enough or copy - paste here for reference for future cases?

This is HUGE and will have an "EFFECT" - "AT CAUSE" will be history soon.

Spoke to my Lawyer today and he has approved this with thumbs up. He is extremely happy about the recent College of Physicians Report. Preparing to file in Superior Court very soon. This will set a Case Precedent.

Thank you.
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« Last Edit: August 23, 2011, 15:48 by mefree »
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Re: David Love Needs Help - Narconon/Scientology - Harms Deaths
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2011, 15:44 »
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September 5, 2011 - Press Release

http://www.examiner.com/personal-safety-in-montreal/montreal-physician-banned-2

http://www.prlog.org/11647767-montreal-physician-banned-from-narconon-trois-rivieres.html

http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/smart-people-today-c492514.html

Montreal Physician Banned

On July 27, 2011, a Montreal Physician agreed, by way of a written accord with the Quebec College of Physicians, that the subject physician put an end to all relations with Narconon Trois-Rivieres. Following several months of investigations, including inspecting office files and records, and the opinion of an expert physician on drug dependence, the College stated:

"It was found that this physician had been in breach of several of his ethical obligations by associating himself with a drug detoxification centre administering treatment not scientifically recognized in current medical literature, by conducting an incomplete medical assessment, and keeping records of mediocre quality."

The file will also be brought to the attention of the Practice Inspection Division, which in turn, may proceed with a professional inspection visit of his office practice, if deemed necessary.

Furthermore, on August 31, 2011, the writer received a document stating that the Quebec College of Physicians Review Committee has undertaken a 90 day investigation to find cause to lodge a complaint with the disciplinary council.

Narconon Trois-Rivieres is a drug rehabilitation facility located in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec and is administered by and directed by the Church of Scientology in Canada and the United States. Their Trois-Rivieres "Flagship" facility is the largest of their more than 100 rehab centers located in over 40 countries and 6 continents and has a capacity to house approximately 110 patients at one time, with a residential program fee of $30,000.00.

The controversy surrounding this pseudoscientific treatment center has been escalating over the past two or more years with media attention and several formal complaints filed with the Quebec Human Rights Commission, Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services, Labour Relations Board, Canada Competition Bureau, Quebec College of Physicians, Amnesty International, and Local and Federal Police Agencies.

The Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services has mandated compulsory Certification by the Fall of 2011, with stringent guidelines and regulations that must be followed by every residential rehab facility operating in the Province of Quebec. Failure to meet or abide by these new regulations, will force them to close.

The medical practices at Narconon are looked upon by the science and medical profession as being dangerous and harmful to the patients who undergo scientology therapies and treatments. The main physical danger arises when a patient is in the "Purification Rundown", which entails a patient being given high, toxic doses of vitamins including up to 5,000mg of Niacin. These vulnerable patients are assessed, diagnosed, monitored, and prescribed these toxic doses by unqualified Narconon staff members. Many of these patients have compromised organs; especially liver, and ingesting high doses of Niacin is contraindicated and a dangerous practice according to many physicians around the globe. Health Canada recommends only a small percentage of the 5,00omg of Niacin given to Narconon patients; and only when a liver is healthy, with low liver enzyme counts.

Other toxic doses of vitamins A and D are also administered which may be dangerous to the person concerned.

High levels of vitamin D may lead to a sudden increase in blood calcium. This will lead to symptoms of decreased appetite, nausea and vomiting, memory loss, decreased level of consciousness progressing to coma, and in infants, mental retardation. Kidney damage may also occur which is often not reversible on discontinuing the vitamin. Bone disease, with weakening and fractures, also occurs concomitantly. Large amounts of vitamin A may lead to severe toxicity including a rise in the pressure of the fluid surrounding the brain, leading to headaches, visual disturbances and seizures.

Several patients from Narconon Trois-Rivieres have been hospitalized, with others becoming quite ill and sick during the Narconon program.

Has this subject physician neglected his FIDUCIARY DUTY TO DISCLOSE AN EMERGENT MEDICAL RISK TO THE PATIENT?

Has this physician neglected the Hippocratic Oath to "Prescribe regimens for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment and never do harm to anyone?" AND "I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan...?"

The College of Physicians Review Committee is continuing its’ investigation and review of this case and a final decision will be on or before December 2011.

By David Edgar Love

Montreal Personal Safety Examiner

« Last Edit: September 05, 2011, 16:42 by Intelligence »
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Re: David Love Needs Help - Narconon/Scientology - Harms Deaths
« Reply #3 on: September 05, 2011, 19:53 »
Nicely done, David.  :P|
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Re: David Love Needs Help - Narconon/Scientology - Harms Deaths
« Reply #4 on: September 06, 2011, 09:34 »
It is very nicely done, sir. Please keep publicizing that there are no doctors involved in Narconon's treatment program, and the required massive doses of Niacin, and other substances (most of them good for you in small doses!) is totally against the best medical evidence available. Combine those facts with the employment (at minimum wages) of untrained former patients (former addicts, iow) as counselors, and you can save the cult connection as a finishing bit of proof their `services' are a scam!

Thank you for your efforts; every person who seeks treatment from real doctors at honest rehab centers, instead of pseudo-scientific nonsense from Narconon, because of your work, owes you at least a tip of their hat, and maybe a cup of good, hot coffee!

'til next time;
wynot
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