Is Narconon impersonating Larry Brennan to remove links from Google? If not Narconon, then who?

The image shows screenshot of a DMCA notice sent from a “Larry Brennan” to Google on February 20, 2016, taken from the Lumen Database which was formerly ChillingEffects.org. It claims that the original URL for the copyrighted document is https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Narconon/sources/reports/91report.htm and the URL of the infringing site is http://exscnforum.com/index.php/topic/16-narconon-501c3/ (Note: the allegedly infringing link is not to be confused with […]

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20 New Formal Complaints Added to Narconon Reviews

We have added an additional 20 Formal Complaints to the site. Formal complaints are complaints which have been made to an agency or organization, as opposed to the various complaints made on the internet, which we consider to be Informal Complaints. Many of these were made to the Better Business Bureau in California during a period between 2008 and 2011, […]

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Narconon Reviews: 2 Years and Still Standing Tall

Despite someone’s best efforts to get us off the web, we’re still here and Standing Tall. As of today, Narconon Reviews has been here to help people navigate the murky business dealings of Narconon and Clones for two years. It’s our 2nd Anniversary! Thanks to all our supporters for visiting, linking, promoting, and just generally helping us get the word […]

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2015 Licensing Agency Inspections in Michigan

We’ve just published 5 new inspections of the Michigan facilities – Best Drug Rehab, A Forever Recovery, and Narconon Freedom Center. Here are the links: A Forever Recovery Inspection, March 27, 2015 Best Drug Rehab Inspection, March 4, 2015 Best Drug Rehab Inspection, April 22, 2015 Narconon Freedom Center Inspection, January 5, 2015 Narconon Freedom Center Inspection, January 15, 2015 […]

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Narconon Reviews and Tipping Point under DDoS attack

Update: We’re baaack. Yesterday morning, Narconon Reviews and the Reaching for the Tipping Point forum fell under what was described by the web host as “a fairly massive DDoS attack”. Both sites reside on different servers with different IP addresses. The IP addresses of both were changed, and the attacks followed to the new IP addresses, thus proving that the […]

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Kudos to Citizen Action – Efforts to Keep Narconon Out of Maryland

Narconon has purchased a property in Frederick County near Thurmont, Maryland which, if they get their way, will be turned into a Narconon “Group Home”. The property, currently referred to as Trout Run (also as Richey Lodge), requires an approval for rezoning before it can be used for Narconon’s stated purpose. Voting by the county commissioners has been postponed twice. […]

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Health Dept. Inspections, and more – Don’t Even Go There!

Over the last few weeks, we’ve added quite a bit to the site. I’ll hit the highlights below. Calhoun County Health Dept. Inspections Some of the most alarming new additions to the site are the inspections by the Calhoun County Health Department in Michigan. These cover Narconon Freedom Center, A Forever Recovery, and Tranquility Detox. Also run by Per Wickstrom, […]

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Newly published dox, survey responses, and PAGES! Oh, my!

Greetings, readers! It’s been a while since new information has been added to the site, but we haven’t been slacking off completely. We have just added some important information to the site, which we’ve been working on for a while now. Many people have contacted us for advice on getting their loved one out of Narconon once they discover things […]

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22 More Lawsuits Involving Narconon Added, Total: 84

We have added 22 lawsuits to our collection, some new and some old, bringing the total to 84. 3 recently filed lawsuits against Narconon Freedom Center All three were filed on August 15, 2014 by Attorney David E. Miller of Saeed & Little LLP in Indianapolis who is new to the Narconon litigation arena but obviously knowledgeable about Narconon. We […]

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We got an interesting phone call last week…

Some names have been changed to protect the innocent: The number had a Las Vegas area code. He didn’t introduce himself; I wonder who it was?

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