David S. Touretzky's Letter to The Chronicle


NarCONon is Scientology!

Forward: For a systematic, detailed, professional exposure of Scientology's "Narconon" front group, visit the Narconon Exposed web site.

[NOTE: After it was discovered that Scientology's NarCONon is a quack medical fraud with no scientific basis, the crooks were thrown out of our children's schools. There's no telling how much damage the norotious cult did to the kids who were subjected to their frauds.]


Saturday, June 12, 2004:

Schools drug program

Editor -- The Chronicle labeled my Web site "controversial" but neglected to publish the name: Stop-Narconon.org. Let your readers decide for themselves what's controversial about it ("Schools put drug program on notice," June 10).

Could it be the San Francisco Unified School District's internal memos showing that the school district takes no responsibility for the content of presentations made by outside speakers? Or the report that Superintendent Arlene Ackerman knew about Narconon's infiltration attempts for nearly two years, but did nothing about it until the Web site went live in January?

Looking beyond the smoke-and-mirrors, Narconon is inextricably tied to Scientology religious instruction, and Ackerman has no business ordering Tony Bylsma to edit the religious teachings of L. Ron Hubbard when he speaks to students about drugs. Ackerman's proper job, as pointed out by Board of Education President Dan Kelly, is to see to it that Narconon does not have access to students in any San Francisco public school.

Computer Science Department
Carnegie-Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pa.


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