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The City of Gardena, California, Joins Sheriff Baca's “Safe Drug Drop Off” Project - PR Web (press release)
17 April 2010, 3:10 am



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The City of Gardena, California, Joins Sheriff Baca's “Safe Drug Drop Off” Project

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Ms. Teddy Chambers of Narconon International was invited by Mayor Pro-Tem Dan Medina to join the celebration for their “Safe Drug Drop Off” project which follows the launching of this project by LA County Sheriff Lee Baca last year. Narconon supported this event with drug education materials for government officials, school administrators, students and citizens.


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I certainly think this is a worthwhile project. I just don't understand why/how Scientology's front group and recruitment vehicle, Narconon is involved.

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I certainly think this is a worthwhile project. I just don't understand why/how Scientology's front group and recruitment vehicle, Narconon is involved.

They're involved in the sense of gaining the appearance of legitimacy.

I believe that at least some staff of Narconon -- especially the former students -- may have at least some basis in decent intentions: Wanting to get people off of addictive substances. They'd be glad to be involved with something like this project.

On the other hand, Scientology is realizing how much trouble it is in, so it will reach out in small ways like this in order to look like an active drug rehab group and not just a recruiting agency.

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