Narconon Trial, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan

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The video below appeared (in Russian) on the website of stan.tv on October 26, 2009, shortly after the head of Narconon in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan went on trial for illegal business activity. The video is now on YouTube with English subtitles. It shows the key actors in the trial, the courthouse, and footage recorded when the financial police seized material from Narconon. The video lasts only 2 minutes and its pace is quite rapid.

More information about this trial can be found on WWP. Here is a summary:

In Nov. 2008, The Kazakhstan financial police searched the premises of Narconon in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan. They seized more than one thousand client files and about 200 packages of medicinal compounds that are prohibited in Kazakhstan. The center charged nearly $2,000 a month for its "treatment" of drug or alcohol addiction but reported its income as voluntary donations.

The center operated without a license and its head, Evgeniya Tarkhanova, was accused of illegal business activity. Tarkhanova's trial began in late October 2009. On November 25, she was found guilty and fined. The defendant's attorney was her mother, Tatiana Tarkhanova.

Pavlodar City, Kazakhstan, is the capital of Pavlodar Province, located on the northern border of Karaganda Province.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=123ysxgmSIw
 

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The video below appeared (in Russian) on the website of stan.tv on October 26, 2009, shortly after the head of Narconon in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan went on trial for illegal business activity. The video is now on YouTube with English subtitles. It shows the key actors in the trial, the courthouse, and footage recorded when the financial police seized material from Narconon. The video lasts only 2 minutes and its pace is quite rapid.

More information about this trial can be found on WWP. Here is a summary:

In Nov. 2008, The Kazakhstan financial police searched the premises of Narconon in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan. They seized more than one thousand client files and about 200 packages of medicinal compounds that are prohibited in Kazakhstan. The center charged nearly $2,000 a month for its "treatment" of drug or alcohol addiction but reported its income as voluntary donations.

The center operated without a license and its head, Evgeniya Tarkhanova, was accused of illegal business activity. Tarkhanova's trial began in late October 2009. On November 25, she was found guilty and fined. The defendant's attorney was her mother, Tatiana Tarkhanova.

Pavlodar City, Kazakhstan, is the capital of Pavlodar Province, located on the northern border of Karaganda Province.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=123ysxgmSIw

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Hey, another huge win for DM to talk about in his next briefing.
Scientology in Russia will be booming bigger than ever after the negative press from this!
All these booming stats just bring a tear to my eye. :bigcry: :bigcry: :bigcry: :dieslaughing:
 
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