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David Edgar Love                               
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Charities Directorate
Canada Revenue Agency
Ottawa, Ontario
 K1A 0L5
Telephone:
1-800-267-2384
Fax: 613-954-8037


Formal Complaint – Charities Commission

Re: Narconon Trois-Rivieres & Narconon Incorporated


January 17, 2012


Narconon Trois-Rivieres:

BN/Registration Number:    861372548RR0001
Charity Status:    Registered
Effective Date of Status:    2005-09-13
Sanction:    N/A
Language of Correspondence:    English
Designation Description:    Charitable Organization
Charity Type:    Benefits to the Community & Other
Category:    Temperance Associations
Address:    7535 BOULEVARD PARENT
City:    TROIS-RIVIERES
Province/Territory/Other:    QUEBEC
Country:    CA
Postal Code/Zip Code:    G9A5E1


Narconon Incorporated:

BN/Registration Number:    107760142RR0001
Charity Status:    Registered
Effective Date of Status:    1973-01-01
Sanction:    N/A
Language of Correspondence:    English
Designation Description:    Charitable Organization
Charity Type:    Benefits to the Community & Other
Category:    Temperance Associations
Address:    19646 KENNEDY RD
City:    CALEDON
Province/Territory/Other:    ONTARIO
Country:    CA
Postal Code/Zip Code:    L7K1Y2


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January 17, 2012

To whom it may concern,

I, David Edgar Love, do hereby submit this formal complaint concerning the two aforementioned Registered Charities, Narconon Trois-Rivieres and Narconon Incorporated.

I was a patient at Narconon from December 1, 2008, until May 1, 2009; then employed by Narconon from May1, 2009 to November 3, 2009. My staff position was as a Course Room Supervisor, then as a Registrar, Graduate Officer, and I/C in charge or building a new charitable Foundation. As such, I was in a staff position to review particular documents concerning the operations at Narconon Trois-Rivieres.

Narconon Incorporated, Brad Melnychuk, was also at Narconon Trois-Rivieres for an extended period, performing inspections, administering and directing the affairs and production of Narconon directors and staff.

Also at Narconon, were staff members from Narconon Canada, Narconon International, and from the church of Scientology in Montreal? All of these entities were at Narconon Trois-Rivieres at the same time. Each and every executive from these entities were scientologists, including all of the Narconon Trois-Rivieres executives and many other staff members.

My daughter, xxxxxxx, was also employed by Narconon as an Ethics Officer. My daughter escaped from Narconon and went back to B.C. where she now resides in xxxxxxxxxx.

Briefly, I escaped from Narconon on the evening of October 28, 2009, by way of being picked up by a Federal Employee and hid away in a Montreal Motel before moving again several times to remain safe. I received threats from the Narconon staff, which placed me in fear for quite some time.

I returned to Narconon on November 3, 2009, with the local Trois-Rivieres Police to pick up my belongings. CBC TV was also there filming the incident. This has, over the past two years, become quite the interest to many Media and government agencies in Canada and especially Quebec.

Narconon Trois-Rivieres et al are being investigated by the Quebec Human Rights Commission, Ministry of Health and Social Services, and the College of Physicians. In July 2011, the College of Physicians banned Dr. Pierre Labonte, (Narconon Medical Manager), from ever associating with Narconon again. It was proven that “the physician was associating himself with a detoxification center, using methods not recognized in current medical literature.”

In fact, the entire Narconon Program consists of Scientology indoctrination processes and pseudoscientific therapies that cause far more harm than good. Many patients were/are taken from Narconon to hospital emergency in Trois-Rivieres because of negligent treatment at their center.

Narconon is operated as a commercial business venture, with huge sums ending up in Scientology bank accounts. I have documented evidence and a long list of witnesses to substantiate these claims. Following my lengthy formal complaint to Quebec College of Physicians and other government agencies, they all found my statements and evidence to be credible.

Also, I had a two hour meeting with the SQ Intelligence Police regarding public safety of the patients at Narconon and also my safety due to the threats I received on my Facebook wall by one of the Narconon executives.

I have documents that will show the Charities Commission that Narconon does NOT benefit the community in a way the law regards as charitable. Quite notably, this organization causes far more harm than good as will be evident to the Commission when applying the “Public Benefit Test” as prescribed under Income Tax Act.

The Narconon Trois-Rivieres organization is under the direct control and administration of Narconon Incorporated (ABLE Canada), Narconon International, church of Scientology Montreal, church of Scientology Quebec City, church of Scientology Toronto, and the mother church of Scientology in California. The income from Narconon Trois-Rivieres is forwarded to these entities through several means, as will be evident in my next communication to the Charities Commission.

I can and will provide the Charities Commission with this documented evidence once I am assured that I have directed this formal complaint to the appropriate agency and person AND that I am assured the security of the documents I submit.

I refer you to the following:

The Queen v. Church of Scientology of Toronto was a 1992 Canadian criminal case involving the Church of Scientology and members of the organization.

An investigation into the Church of Scientology's activities in Ontario was begun when stolen documents from public and private agencies as well as information on other covert activities in Canada turned up as part of the evidence collected in the Operation Snow White case in the U.S.

On March 3–4, 1983, police raided the Scientology headquarters in Toronto and seized an estimated 250,000 documents in more than 900 boxes.

On June 25, 1992, seven members were convicted for operations against the Ontario Provincial Police, the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The Church of Scientology itself was convicted on two counts of breach of the public trust: infiltration of the offices of the Ontario Provincial Police and the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. The Church of Scientology was ordered to pay a $250,000 fine. The Church of Scientology became the only Canadian religious organization to be convicted for breaching the public trust (the term 'religious organization' being used loosely; the Church of Scientology is not officially recognised by the Canadian Government as a religion).

That being said, would you kindly confirm I have directed this letter/document to the appropriate authority to receive evidence and investigate?

Sincerely,

David Edgar Love
Montreal Personal Safety Examiner

http://www.examiner.com/personal-safety-in-montreal/david-love


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Re: Formal Complaint to Canada Federal Charities Commission
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2012, 02:17 »
This ^^^^ is just a brief COVER letter - - much, much more to this:-)

A wee bit tired - - going to lay down to rest :)

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An Ol' Irish Quote:
“You see things; and you say, 'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say, 'Why not?'”