Hot!!! Leona Valley
(California) anti-Narconon briefing
book (163 pages; 74 MB pdf file). Read more about Leona Valley's
battle against Narconon infiltration here.
Hot!!!Narconon Credibility Investigation, including 183
pages of exhibits, documenting Narconon's extensive history of
violations of California ADP (Alcohol and Drug Programs) regulations,
and lying about it.
Press release issued by the
Borough (U.K.), in response to an article in the Manchester
Evening News, announcing that a certain drug education group has been
booted out of their school system. Although not named in the release,
the group is known from other sources to be Narconon. (text version)
The Command Channels of Scientology. Excerpt from a larger
document, showing that Narconon's parent organization ABLE (Association for Better Living and Education)
is an integral part of the Scientology corporate structure. The last page mentions Narconon
Narconon License Agreement from
2004, showing that every Narconon must remit 10% of its gross
receipts (not net profit) to ABLE International, and is forbidden
to say or do anything that would tarnish the image of cult founder
L. Ron Hubbard.
The Miceli Proposal, the only independent scientific
study of Narconon's treatment regimen, was rejected by the human subject review committee
as "unfit for human experimentation".
Scientology emails demonstrating
that Narconon inculcates Scientology religious concepts, and that the
organization is run according to Scientology scripture: Ethics books
and OEC (green) volumes.
v. Narconon et al., a lawsuit filed in 1996. Includes allegations
of Narconon staffers having sex with underage girls on premises, and
in one case, also injecting the girl with heroin.
Letter purportedly from a Narconon
Case Supervisor (unsigned, and postmarked from Tulsa, OK),
claiming that over half the people who leave the Narconon program do
so because of this web site. Perhaps the other half don't know how to
use a web browser?
The Social Coordination Committee
Scientology's attempt to make Narconon and the Purif appear secular to
outsiders, while ensuring that L. Ron Hubbard received full credit for
Pieniadz, former Executive Director of Narconon Connecticut,
reviews the history of Narconon and denounces it as a fraud.
Left: Diagram from "The Command Channels of Scientology", highlighting
Narconon's parent organization, ABLE.
Below: Video clip from Scientology's
2005 FLAG World Tour DVD, showing
ABLE office inside the Church of Scientology's
FLAG Land Base.