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Media Release: Narconon Argentina closed today reported by Anonymous

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Earlier today, March 17, 2014, Anonymous Argentina reported that the Scientology drug rehab, Narconon Buenos Aires, Argentina, "has been closed for tax evasion."

WireService.ca Media Release (03/18/2014)

By David Love

Narconon Argentina closing

Anonymous has been protesting and exposing this destructive cult known as the Church of Scientology since 2009 in Argentina.

The Narconon International link to Narconon in Buenos Aires was down today with only the following visible when clicking on the Website - Argentina Drug Rehab:

[www.narconon.org.ar: Monday 17th of March 2014 11:06:38 PM]

In a lengthy, recorded Skype interview this evening, Anonymous stated that a credible source who recently left Scientology, confirmed the closure was for 'tax evasion'. A phone call to the Scientology ORG in Argentina confirmed Narconon was closed, but no details were given at this time.

Meetings with government authorities are being scheduled to discuss the 'tax evasion' and other matters relating to the closure and possibility of Narconon reopening.

Narconon Buenos Aires was once sponsored by the City Government, Mauricio Macri, "The truth about drugs" in Argentina, with Anonymous responding with: "Again using our money to finance sects, and the illegal practice of medicine that, in addition to violating laws of Mental health-analyzed by legislators and medical specialists."

An article published May 12, 2013, states: "The church, convicted in France for fraud, in Buenos Aires gives "drug" content courses with no scientific basis. They are free because the government pays Macri. It also has a therapeutic community with questionable methods."

"Proudly Syria, an employee of the Church of Scientology, confirms what a huge sign at the entrance to the local church headquarters: "Yes, yes. We are taking courses sponsored by the city government."

However, following the publication of the above article, the government of the city of Buenos Aires stopped financing the courses.

In this photo from left to right is: Gustavo Libardi, Head of Scientology and OSA Argentina, Gloria Martinez from one of their anti-drug front groups "Honrando La Vida" and María Eugenia Vidal, mayor deputy of the City of Buenos Aires last year, when Scientology was lobbying against legalizing drugs in Congress

Anonymous Argentina has a comprehensive website with numerous articles and links to countless Narconon and other stories relating to the abuses inside Scientology and their so-called 'Front-Groups'.

Today, the 'Anonymous Argentina' Facebook page announced the closing of the Buenos Aires Narconon.

Anonymous (a collective group of activists), ex-Scientologists, and the general public have been protesting Scientology since 2008.

On February 10, 2008, thousands of Anonymous joined simultaneous protests at Church of Scientology facilities around the world. Many protesters wore the stylized Guy Fawkes masks popularized by the graphic novel and movie V for Vendetta, in which an anarchist revolutionary battles a totalitarian government; the masks soon became a popular symbol for Anonymous.

Protests, complaints to government and health authorities, investigations, and public outcry have been successful in shuttering numerous Scientology drug rehabs, Narconon, around the globe. Narconon of Georgia, Narconon UK, Narconon Canada, Narconon Alberta, Narconon Trois-Rivieres, and others, have been shut down.

March 11, 2014, saw Yarra Ranges Councillors in Australia, unanimously voted to reject the controversial Scientology's drug rehab, Narconon application that would allow them to shift from East Warburton to Green Gables in La La Ave, Warburton.

As more victims and family members speak out, the real truth about Narconon's fraudulent success rate and horrific abuses are being exposed, with numerous lawsuits for wrongful deaths, fraud, and misrepresentation.

On March 22, 2013, McALESTER Staff Writer, Jeanne LeFlore reported: "Narconon Arrowhead counselors allegedly traded drugs for sex and fraudulently charged a patient's credit card some $14,500, according to allegations in five lawsuits filed Thursday against the facility."

Today's news of Narconon Buenos Aires in Argentina being closed for tax evasion, only adds to Scientology and David Miscavige's nightmare of dwindling revenue and watching their Narconons fall in disgrace like black dominos.

More news to follow once more confirmed details arrive.

Narconon Reviews is a resource website page for a journalist, lawyer, government official, advocate, or individual who is seeking more information about Narconon.

 


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Author: Dan
Mar 17, 2014
Bad news is good news
Thanks David - More evidence that not only is Narconon (and Scientology in general) dangerous, but it's an ongoing criminal enterprise.

Author: EeveyTyler
Mar 18, 2014
narconon
great article David :D

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