OKC FOX 25 Narconon Arrowhead August 17 2012


OKC FOX 25 Narconon Arrowhead August 17 2012 – Narconon Arrowhead Legislation Planned After four deaths linked to a drug treatment facility with ties to the Church of Scientology, a Senator plans to take action. Fox 25 first told you about Narconon Arrowhead in May. Now the facility has inspired a Senator to draft legislation. The center, which is based in the town of Canadian, has also sparked national interest. Senator Tom Ivester says he plans to work with officials at the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to author legislation. Ivester says his legislation will be aimed at “regulating questionable practices of a drug treatment program with close ties to the Church of Scientology.” read more www.okcfox.com Why Narconon of Oklahoma Inc. is still open…Title 43a Exemption Laws (CARF) With 7 Patient deaths at the Scientology Rehab center, Narconon Arrowhead in Oklahoma since 2005, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), continues to recognize Narconon Arrowhead for accredited services to the unwary and desperate public. Following a lengthy investigation in Canada recently, the Quebec College of Physicians banned a Montreal physician from ever associating with Narconon again and the Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services forced Narconon Trois-Rivieres to immediately shut down and remove all the patients — citing Narconon as a health risk and danger to patients. CARF on the other hand, even though there are three recent deaths at Narconon Arrowhead, continues


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