Nov. 30, 2012
Tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live!-Colin Henderson, David Love Narconon Arrowhead Update, Dan Feidt on DRE and MN Vehicle Tax and Track plan
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Narconon Arrowhead Update
Colin Henderson and David Love give us an update on the actions being taken by state officials and families stemming from the recent deaths of students seeking drug rehabilitation at the Narconon Arrowhead facility located in Canadian Oklahoma.
Colin Henderson sought help for his addiction at Narconon Arrowhead, a drug rehabilitation facility located in Canadian Oklahoma, in 2007. He quickly became a critic of Narconon for their practices which he says are both deceptive and dangerous.
David Love, originally from British Columbia, was both a client and a staffer at the Narconon rehabilitation facility in Trois-Rivieres, half way between Montreal and Quebec City. He left in disgust taking with him masses of documentation on fraud and abuse in Narconon (NN) Trois-Rivieres (TR) facility in 2009. On April 17, 2012, Quebec health officials ordered the Narconon in Trois-Rivières to close saying that Narconon’s methods were dangerous for patients and violated Quebec’s health and safety criteria governing rehabilitation centers.
Next, we will speak to Dan Feidt, indy journalist and activist about a couple of very interesting items.
This spring, Dan was instrumental in breaking the story about police officers apparently giving drugs to protesters in Minneapolis, MN. He shot much of the video first detailing this unbelievable situation. Dan is going to give us an update on the outcome of that investigation and also fill us in on the Minnesota Dept. of Transportation GPS-based vehicle tracking system that is intended to introduce a vehicle tax which would entail a great deal of data constantly collected by the government on the whereabouts and everyday patterns of the taxed vehicles.
For more, check out Dan’s website at http://www.hongpong.com/
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