Mott v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving, Inc.; ABLE; Narconon International

Nikki was seen by a doctor the day she arrived at Narconon, but there was no other medical supervision (doctor or nurse) during withdrawal or during the rest of her stay at Narconon in Colorado. She was taken off an anti-depressant medication which was prescribed by her own personal doctor, and which she had been taking for 10 years, by Narconon. This lawsuit includes claims for: Breach of Contract; Fraud; Fraudulent Concealment; Negligence; Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress; Negligent Misrepresentation; Claim Under Colorado Consumer Protection Act, C.R.S.A. § 6-1-105; and Civil RICO for Mail and Wire Fraud, 18 U.S.C. § 1964(c).

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Narconon Survey Response #311

This former client and Registered Nurse claims Narconon is pure scientology and a scam. Dr. Jonathan Singer tried to recruit her to work in his Denver office, She would like to see Narconon shut down by the government.

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Police Log, Narconon Colorado, March 6, 2014

A patient of Narconon Colorado called police from a hotel lobby claiming he had been held against his will for 36 hours. Additionally, he stated that Narconon refused to release his belongings to him. When police arrived at the hotel, employees reported that he'd left with staff from Narconon and went back to the facility.

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