Friday March 29th on AxXiom For Liberty with Kaye Beach and Howard Houchen
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On Friday, Lucas Catton former president of Narconon Arrowhead, author of ‘Have You Told All?’, and our good friend Colin Henderson will be catching us up on the remarkable happenings at Narconon Arrowhead Scientology’s flagship rehab facility in located here in Oklahoma.
Catton came out of the shadows in the wake of the 3 Narconon patient deaths in a 9 month span that have led to criminal investigations and civil lawsuits against Narconon Arrowhead.
‘It was Catton who explained to us that Scientology officials have spent considerable resources lobbying and schmoozing state officials, worried that they would take a hard look at Narconon Arrowhead’s certification.
“When I left in 2006, they were eagerly trying to get some type of amicable relationship with the Department of Mental Health,” he says.’ . . . “They were worried that they had to get their entire program certified by the state, or get the law changed, or they would not be allowed to operate at all,” . . .The Village Voice, August 18, 2012 http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/08/scientology_lucas_catton_narconon.php
Gabriel Graves,32, Hillary Holten, 21, and Stacy Murphy, 20 years old all died at the Narconon Arrowhead facility. Read more Narconon Rehab Deaths
Lucas Catton also recently published a book on his experiences as a Scientologist and the figurehead and PR specialist at Narconon Arrowhead called ‘Have You Told All?’
NBC’s Rock Center did a feature on Narconon Arrowhead last August and will be airing a very powerful piece on April 5th at 10pm EST/9PM CST featuring Lucas Catton and former staff member at Narconon, Eric Tenorio. There will be a promo during the Rock Center’s show Friday March 29th show.
Axxiom For Liberty has been covering NN Arrowhead, the largest Narconon facility in the United States, since 2010 prior to the tragic deaths of at least 3 young people who were seeking help for their addictions that has set off a firestorm of media activity.
Much thanks to the sincere and tireless efforts of Colin Henderson who since his own dangerous experience with the facility in 2007, has been trying to warn others not to seek help there.
Here are just a few of the recent news items on Narconon Arrowhead;
-Legislation to curtail the dangerous practices at NN has been filed and has passed the Senate
Oklahoma Drug Rehab Bill Passes Senate: Scientology’s Narconon Days Numbered?
. . .history showed that the state had resisted Scientology’s plan to open the large rehab center in the late 1980s, and refused to grant it a license. But Scientology found a loophole in the law that allowed them to open based on a certification by a national nonprofit organization, bypassing state regulators.
In his bill, Ivester is trying to close that loophole.
Read more TonyOrtega.com
5 new suits have been filed against Narconon Arrowhead
“Narconon Arrowhead’s program “has the appearance of being nothing more than a pyramid scheme and sham” that operates to extort money while acting as a recruiting tool for the Church of Scientology, according to one of the lawsuits filed Thursday in Pittsburg County District Court. ”
Suits Claim Narconon Arrowhead Drugs-For-Sex Trade
–National counseling certification has been revoked for CEO, staff members of Oklahoma drug rehab Narconon Arrowhead
March 9, 2013
McALESTER, Okla. (AP) — Narconon Arrowhead’s top executive and several of his employees have had a counseling certification revoked by the National Association of Forensic Counselors, officials say.
Read more: http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/news/local_news/narconon-officials-lose-counseling-certifications#ixzz2OfpR2hhj
And this is nothing new but something parents might want to watch out for, Narconon continues to do anti-drug presentations in public schools;
March 18, 2013
ASHER, Oklahoma –
Several parents say they are concerned over an anti-drug presentation at their school. The organization making the presentation and handing out literature is the controversial Narconon Arrowhead, which News 9 has been investigating here for several months. Read more at NewsOn6
The curriculum provided by Narconon for grade and high school students is linked in the News 6 article and seems to diverge from scientific understanding of human biology. This was a point of contention in California over Narconon’s anti-drug presentation to public school kids.
Schools urged to drop antidrug program / Scientology-linked teachings inaccurate, superintendent says
February 23, 2005
State Superintendent Jack O’Connell urged all California schools on Tuesday to drop the Narconon antidrug education program after a new state evaluation concluded that its curriculum offers inaccurate and unscientific information.
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Restore Oklahoma Public Education – ROPE
A brief list of Common Core educational materials
Here is a link to our one page information sheet called, “What Oklahomans Need To Know About Common Core State Standards“. If you’re not in Oklahoma and wish to have something more generic, please use this handout from our friends at the Truth in American Education website.
Here is the paper that really helped to spread the word about CCSS, “Common Core State Standards, An Introduction To Marxism 101” This should help you put the background together on where the Common Core came from – it’s political background and who’s behind the push.
For those of you interested also in the data collection aspect, our paper, “How Much Data Is Enough Data? What happens to privacy when bureaucracies exceed their scope?” might be of interest. We also have another one page information sheet called, “What Oklahomans Need To Know About The P20 Council” that you can hand out to those seeking information.
Candidate Promises Statue of Free Cheese in Norman, OK March 28, 2013, The American Thinker