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Filed 5/11/15: Ferrara vs Narconon (re Scientology rehab)


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Filed 5/11/15: Ferrara vs Narconon (re Scientology rehab).

Tony Ortega: Las Vegas attorney Ryan Hamilton makes it 29 lawsuits against Scientology’s drug rehab


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In this new action, Thomas Ferrara Sr. and Jr, of Ohio, are suing Narconon Fresh Start’s “A Life Worth Saving” facility in Fort Collins, Colorado. They’re also suing Scientology umbrella groups ABLE, Narconon International and Narconon West US.

On June 15, 2013, Thomas Sr. went looking for a rehab center for his son. He got the usual pitch from Dan Carmichael of Narconon Fresh Start — that its sauna program had a 76 percent success rate at flushing out drugs and reducing drug cravings.

The Ferraras were told the program was secular and involved “cognitive behavior modification therapy.”

Instead, Narconon facilities offer Scientology training rather than drug counseling, and Hamilton once again submits a thoroughly detailed and meticulously sourced description of what actually goes on at Narconon clinics and how much they are controlled by Scientology, provide Scientology indoctrination, and recruit new members into the organization. (Hey, Frederick County councilors, how about reading one of Hamilton’s complaints? You might learn something.)

The Ferraras paid $33,000 for the program, but Thomas Jr “became ill” and suffered “embarrassing injuries” that he continues to deal with, the complaint says.

“Thomas Jr. also suffered emotional damages as a result of the strange methods Defendants used to treat his substance abuse.”

Here’s the complaint…

Ferrara vs Narconon: Complaint

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I read the actual dox that Ryan Hamilton has submitted on this and they are magic - 100% spot-on about NarCONon and provable.:clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:

I took the time this morning to go through them and I really can't se how any NarCONon could dispute what he's saying AND prove him wrong.:roflmao:

I think the cult are probably already trying to do a deal with him to make him go away - there's no way cult can expect to successfully fight these cases in any even remotely unbiased courtroom.:no:

Wee despot must be wetting His nappies over His favourite "Rehab's" future.:hysterical: