Clark Carr, President of Narconon International, sues personally and on behalf of others he claims were defrauded by Defendants individually and as officers of NAFC. This case is considered by many to be a diversion tactic from NAFC's lawsuit against Carr, Narconon International, ABLE International, Church of Scientology International, Religious Technology Center, David Miscavige and approximately 80+ other defendants on fraud and misuse of trademarks. http://narcononreviews.net/lawsuits/nafc-v-narconon-and-church-of-scientology-many-defendants/
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This is the lawsuit filed by the children of the deceased, Robert Gallion. On January 6, 2012 Narconon "Vista Bay" accepted deceased man's stepbrother, Harris Evans, a 5150 involuntary commitment patient in California who suffered from schizophrenia and substance abuse, as a patient at their facility.
Narconon had agreed not to give any money to Plaintiff's son because the Plaintiff feared that the son would leave the facility and return to the streets and a life of drug use, and she would lose the $25,000 she spent on the program. Narconon broke the contract and the son left the program and bought a bus ticket to Colorado.
Plaintiff believed she was contacting Narcotics Anonymous because of the similarity of the name. She was not informed that it was not NA nor that Narconon was associated with Scientology. Once in the program, her son realized that it was not Narcotics Anonymous, but the Scientology-affiliated Narconon.
This exceptionally disturbing case was filed in California Superior Court at Santa Cruz on June 9, 2004. The plaintiffs had contracted with Narconon to provide in-patient treatment for the wife. When the wife arrived at Narconon, she was put into detoxification at what was called the "withdrawal cabin" which was some distance from the main facility. While the plaintiff was sleeping, a staff member who was a former student and recent graduate of the program entered the cabin, insisted on giving her a "touch assist", and, after a chase that took place outdoors, ultimately raped her.
This case involves an employee of Narconon who was injured as a result of dangerous working conditions and premises while participating in Narconon's "Ethics Cycle" (punishment). Narconon had failed to provide Workers Compensation Insurance. Plaintiff also alleges he was assaulted and battered by another of Narconon's employees.