I need more information please


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

It's rather amusing yet perhaps three Scientologists® have sent in e-mail using a number of fake names, all of them pretending to ask questions about the NarCONon® scam for their sons and/or daughters and then they launch into some freakishly rhetorical series of traditional Scientology nut claims about NarCONon. Sending them e-mail using a fake name and a throw away e-mail address of my own asking them rhetorically about NarCONon always gets the unfortunate nuts to mouth off the traditional Scientology patrty line, proving they're Scientologists.

Any way I find it rather amusing.

From: "Michael Sampson \(ATOMIX\)" atomix@videotron.ca
To: frice@skeptictank.org
Subject: I need more information please
Date: Tue, 1 May 2001 02:21:41 -0400


I just finished reviewing your web site. I'm very confused with all the information I read. I have been doing research for my sister to find her a place for treatment. I have spoken to two narconon® completers and even went to visit the site where they operate. i have checked on the sucess rates of other places, and especially the 12 step system. How can they be so bad as you claim when I have seen so much good come from them? I have asked NA about success rates, and they don't even say anything. Anyways, I'm very confused after reading and looking around your site.

Oh, one more thing. If they are, in part even, connected to scientology®, what would that have to do with them getting people off drugs? I have spoken to staff members, and most of them were catholic. So, hopefully you can give me some more info please.

I have to make a decision soon on whether or not to send my sister to narconon.


From Crackpots:

I think that you need to consult your medical doctor about such things. If your Army medical doctor isn't aware of the adverse effects of heavy dosages of niacin and the detrimental effects of prolonged exposure to the heat of saunas, I would be surprised. But in my opinion you should be consulting a medical doctor instead of strangers on the Internet.

Best of luck to your sister for a speedy and complete recovery.


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