Narconon Exposed! Special Guest Colin Henderson tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live!

Kaye Beach

July 27, 2012

Miss this show?  Listen to the podcast!  Narconon Arrowhead Exposed July 27, 2012

The radio show has also been put into video format if you prefer, here is part I, part II, part III, IV (the rest can be located in your sidebar on YouTube)

 

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Guest co-host Craig Dawkins returns to the show tonight and we will be interviewing special guest Colin Henderson about the spate of deaths and dubious practices of the Scientology based drug rehabilitation facility, Narconon Arrowhead, located in Canadian Oklahoma

You can read his story here;

http://www.scribd.com/doc/100843675/My-Narconon-Experience-by-Colin-Henderson

We covered Colin’s story over two years ago on AxXiom For Liberty.

What we learned then that is even more concerning now is how Narconon was permitted to operate  in the state even after the Oklahoma Board of Metal Health refused to approve the organization stating that, “No scientifically well-controlled independent, long-term outcome studies were found that directly and clearly establish the effectiveness of the Narconon program for the treatment of chemical dependency and the more credible evidence establishes Narconon’s program is not effective”

A review of the many articles published in the Newkirk Herald Journal beginning in the late 1980’s when Narconon first began to put down roots in Oklahoma, raises serious concerns about the process by which the organization gained approval to operate.

Originally Narconon was sited in Kay County on tribal property.

Tribal members contacted about the Chilocco project were not aware of a possible connection to the Church of Scientology.  All they’ve been told is that it is a “private corporation.”

Pawnee office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs said they were not aware of the connection, and were very “surprised” be- cause the “state” and the “governor’s office” were involved in getting Narconon to come to Chilocco.

Herald Journal Publisher April 27, 1989

Narconon Arrowhead, is finally being investigated.  Unfortunately it has taken the deaths of four young people, three of them in quick succession to put this facility in the spotlight.

July 25, 2012

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — After three deaths in nine months at an eastern Oklahoma drug rehab center with ties to the Church of Scientology, the local sheriff confirmed Wednesday that he has launched an investigation. link

The latest death happened just days ago, Stacy Murphy, age 20, was reported to have been found dead at the facility on July 19, 2012 ‘Somethings terribly wrong there’, says the father of Stacy Murphy.

Hillary Holten, 21 of Carrollton, Texas, died April 11; Gabriel Graves, 32, of Claremore, died Oct. 26.  . . .Kaysie Dianne Werninck, 28, died March 3, 2009, at a Eufaula hospital after she was transferred from the center.Read more: http://newsok.com/narconon-inquiry-in-oklahoma-expands/article/3695615#ixzz21nJQIgOh

When Regina Ramsey decided that she wanted to leave after Stacy Murphy’s death, she required the assistance of the Sheriff to do so.

Narconon Arrowhead Client Requires Police Assistance to Get Away

Something is indeed, very wrong at Narconon Arrowhead.

We will cover all of these issues and more tonight on AxXiom For Liberty.

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4 responses to “Narconon Exposed! Special Guest Colin Henderson tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live!

  1. DreamCatcher

    DreamCatcher
    This is a common tragedy, and my heart goes out to the family. Heroin is such a lethal drug that creates complete strangers out of loved ones, destroys not only the addict, but their families as well. Each addict will acquire the exact same characterics ~ Stealing, Lieing, Uncontrollable Violence, Masters of Manipulation, No remorse for the hurt they’ve done to others, and basically Sociopathic in their nature. Nothing, I mean Nothing will STOP them from getting the heroin. They know all the tricks and can fool everyone. Mr. Murphy seems to be naive when he said that his daughter did not steal….where has he been hiding? Unless he was enabling her somehow, and doesn’t realize it. Does Mr. Murphy know The Heroin Does Not come to them, they will go to the Heroin. I know this is a very emotional subject, but he should not put the blame on Narconon. They did not supply the Heroin to Stacy Murphy. She chose to leave the complex for whatever reason and return with drugs in her system. Maybe her father should have taken her to the emergency room in her town instead of sending her back to Narconon, knowing she was on dope again. Something is missing from this story, a lot of unanswered questions, that only Stacy knows for sure. The parents obviously have gone through the trauma that every single family with child who is a Heroin addict….they lying, stealing, mood rages, loss of trust. It is human nature for some people to point the finger and blame others. But from my own experience of living with a Heroin addict, there are many signs that something is seriously wrong, and you cannot undo the damage. I’m sure Mr. Murphy feels awful that whatever he had done to try to help did not work with Stacy. No one wants to go through losing a child, especially to Heroin. Perhaps, Mr. Murphy should organize an investigation in his town to find Stacy’s Heroin dealer and have them locked up behind bars. Ask her friends, co-workers….someone knows, and if they care, they will speak up and you will find the supplier of the dope.

  2. The young lady and her family is the victims in this tragedy and all of your insinuations do not change that fact. Heroin was never mentioned. If you are comparing heroin to Oxycontin, then say so but don’t try to change the facts and cast shadows on this family.

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  4. I attended Narconon in 2002 and it saved me. This was the only rehab that I found to work, after investigating many options such as AA and cognitive therapy. Again, Narconon works and certainly worked for me. It was one of many alcohol rehab resources I tried and the only one that worked . I was there for months and saw many many addicts come and go. When an addict arrives (and for some time after) he/she is often very very unstable due the using and lack of life/communication skills. They are very childish adults, very self abusive (obviously) and self destructive. I expect that any of these unfortunate people who died are dead in spite of Narconon and not because of it. These deaths are quite the exception to the norm: thousands of people successfully treated by Narconon.

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