Recent Posts

Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 ... 10
11
Hope a little thread necromancy is not frowned upon here, but I'm...closely associated with the corporation, and I can tell you the things that result in these lawsuits happen all too frequently.
12
Thanks for reposting, ethercat.  The article was first published in the inFormer Newsletter back in 1991.  I believe Ken Rose is now in China doing traditional healing.  I think he wrote a couple of books about it.  This is him, I think: http://tinyurl.com/yct88ae  -  Be well, Dennis

Just came across his fascinating article here. I did a search 4 years later and it appears that the Ken Rose you referenced as being in China is now back and working in the USA with his wife Jessica. Mendocino, CA to be exact.  They work at The Stanford Inn's Mendocino Center for Living Well
http://livingwellmendocino.com/our-services/chinese-tradition/

Here are the current search results, which include many of yours.
https://www.google.com/search?q=%22ken+rose%22+chinese+medicine&biw=983&bih=613&source=lnms&sa=X&ei=K0yaVNrLGrXLsASGwYHoAQ&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAA&dpr=1

Can anyone confirm that this is Ken Rose?



Damn, this is scarry! Cannot really confirm but I'm pretty sure i've seen him before somewhere.
13
Mary has written a fine update on the Stacy Murphy negligence and wrongful case that has now settled. These cases do take a toll on the families and the Murphy and White families have endured this one for 5 long years.

Settled: The Stacy Dawn Murphy Negligence and Wrongful Death Lawsuit - Narconon Reviews
Written by Mary McConnell on May 17, 2017

We’ve learned today that the parents and estate of Stacy Dawn Murphy have settled their lawsuit on the eve of trial against Narconon of Oklahoma and others for their acts and omissions in the 2012 wrongful, negligent death of their daughter Stacy.

The lawsuit, Robert Murphy and Tonya White, individually and as Natural Parents and Next of Kin of Stacy Dawn Murphy, deceased v. Narconon of Oklahoma d/b/a Narconon Arrowhead; Narconon International; Association for Better Living and Education International (ABLE); Gerald D. Wootan, DO, M.Ed, can be found here.

more at http://narcononreviews.net/narconon/lawsuits/settled-stacy-dawn-murphy-negligence-and-wrongful-death-lawsuit/
14
And the Outpatient program just dropped from their LARA listing.

https://w2.lara.state.mi.us/VAL/License/Details/2179425
15
Good sleuthing!
16
Michigan licensing just dropped Narconon Freedom Center's Residential Detox from their list of programs. Normally it should have been fine until renewal in July.
And now the address changed!

LARA - Narconon Freedom Center - SA0130110: Changed: personAddress from [809 West Erie Street, Albion, MI 49224] to [505 Keefer Drive, Albion, MI 49224]

Oh, I see: Same place, just using a difference entrance as the street address.  ::)

A new 2015 Form 990 too:
http://990.erieri.com/EINS/262990691/262990691_2015_0d24af23.PDF
(Stats on number of clients, program hours on p.2)
17
Confirmation of the 2009 FBI trafficking probe of Scientology that the church denied - The Underground Bunker - Tony Ortega

Quote
Melissa Cronin over at RadarOnline dropped a bomb this morning that she let us in on recently: The FBI had complied with her request for documents related to its 2009/2010 human trafficking investigation of the Church of Scientology.

She tells us that she received a 300-page file pursuant to her request, and she posted a few of the initial pages this morning just to show finally that yes, this investigation did occur, even though the church lied repeatedly, saying that it did not.[/quote

more at http://tonyortega.org/2017/05/03/confirmation-of-the-2009-fbi-trafficking-probe-of-scientology-that-the-church-denied/
18
Tony Ortega provides an important update.

Notorious Tennessee Scientology facility shut down when patients found held against their will - The Underground Bunker - Tony Ortega

Quote
We’ve written several articles about a highly questionable mental-health facility that was run by Scientologists in rural Tennessee, and now, the local newspaper in Cannon County there reports that operator Marc Vallieres was charged with two felony counts of facilitation of kidnapping after patients were found being held there against their will. The Cannon Courier also reports that the sheriff has announced that the facilities have been shut down.

We just confirmed with the Cannon County Circuit Court clerk that the Courier story is correct. The clerk told us Vallieres entered a diversion program and was sentenced to state probation for two years. Two other employees, initially charged with false imprisonment, pled to misdemeanors.

“The Cannon County Sheriff’s Department would like to make the general public of this county aware that the Scientology facilities are closed and not operating in Cannon County,” the sheriff stated.

more at http://tonyortega.org/2017/05/03/notorious-tennessee-scientology-facility-shut-down-when-patients-found-held-against-their-will/
19
You won't get any argument from me, Big Beard. I modified the paragraph as follows:

"Applied Scholastics Incorporated is ostensibly a completely separate organization from the Church of Scientology. It is a separately incorporated body with its world headquarters at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California—as much as my liver is separately incorporated within my abdomen."
20
As has been pointed out before, Applied Scholastics claim to be 'totally seperate' from $cientology is a lie. They obtained their 501(c)3 status, and were assigned Group Exemption Number 4171, as part of the 1993 Closing Agreement between the IRS and $cientology. If they're going to claim being completely seperate, they need to turn in the GEN, and every Applied Scholastics operation apply for tax exempt status individually.

From the Closing Agreement:

Quote
The social benefit and other public benefit entities discussed at pages 1-28 through 1-42 of the June submission along with all subsidiaries, subordinate chapters, subordinate organizations, or sublicensees thereof (e.g., organizations that are permitted to use particular names, copyrights, service marks, and/or technologies) are Scientology-related entities.

 Thus, for example,
 Citizens Commission on Human Rights,
 National Commission on Law Enforcement and Social Justice,
 Scientology Defense Fund Trust,
 Association for the Better Living and Education,
 Applied Scholastics Incorporated,
 Narconon International,
 The Way to Happiness Foundation,
 and the Foundation for Religious Freedom are Scientology-related entities.
 Pages 1-28 through 1-42 are attached as Exhibit VIII-2 to this Agreement.


Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 ... 10