WSBTV Narconon GA Part 1 2012-10-02


WSBTV Narconon GA Part 1 2012-10-02 – WSB TV Action News Atlanta, GA investigative report of the tragic death of Patrick Desomond in 2008. By Jodie Fleischer ATLANTA — Patrick Desmond’s mother describes him as kind-hearted and good-natured, but the former Marine died at 28-years-old, losing a battle against alcoholism. Desmond’s death in 2008 came as he took part in a worldwide drug treatment program, Narconon, already under fire for other patient deaths and ties to the Church of Scientology. Now a Channel 2 investigation is raising questions about the Narconon program and its license in Georgia. read more and follow at:


Narconon of Georgia Faces Protesters Today

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Unlike most other reputable addiction treatment centers, Narconon employs recent program graduates as counselors and detoxification specialists, with most only holding a computer generated certificate after completing a brief Scientology training …


Narconon Georgia Speaks at Georgia Crime Prevention Conference on

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Narconon of Georgia, located in greater Atlanta, is a private non-profit drug treatment center that is licensed by the State of Georgia. The Narconon Drug Rehabilitation and Education program was founded in 1966 by William Benitez. Narconon of Georgia …
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Va. prison groups veterans together for support

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After going through the Indian Creek program, he's now proud of his military service again and plans to continue his addiction treatment after being released in February. "I wasn't going to tell anybody about my service, about being in the Army …
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