Author Topic: Narconon Newport Beach and their history of over-occupancy  (Read 1149 times)

Offline mefree

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How many patients can you get on the roof? See video for answers.

http://leadership-innovation.org/publicvoice/NBhallofshame.html
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Offline Intelligence

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Re: Narconon Newport Beach and their history of over-occupancy
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2010, 00:22 »
How many patients can you get on the roof? See video for answers.

http://leadership-innovation.org/publicvoice/NBhallofshame.html

I love this stuff (although sad), I will use it.

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Offline Mary_McConnell

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Re: Narconon Newport Beach and their history of over-occupancy
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2010, 00:04 »
Yes, that group helped close down the City Of Newport Beach facility, among others. It was a coodinated effort lead by Dr. Linda Orozco who kept in regular contact with critic like me and Dave Touretzsky and concerned people in that area.

I had a victim file affidavits on occupancy violations and they were used to close them own, as well.

Now that facility is in Orange county, renamed Huntington Harbor House and has relocated from 1810 West Ocean Front in Newport Beach, California to 17123 Roundhill Drive in Huntington Beach, California.
I am a volunteer advocate for victims of the Narconon scam. I am a former scientologist. I post anonymously. Mary McConnell is my long time nom de plume. Feel free to contact me for assistance in righting the wrongs.