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Re: “Called Into Question

Fascinating story. Of course the connection is it should be Shurtlef who invistigates and shuts this type of fraud down.
Second story this week about Shurtlef the trib had an article about the utah legislature giving funding of $100,000 for Scientologists to "Detoxify" meth cops. Their "program" has no basis for working. Last summer they flew Shurtlef to Los Angeles for a big conference they held and I believe he was a speaker there. He seems to have no sense of what fraud is. The tribune article mentioned the the L. Ron Hubbard detoxification was a "medical detoxification procedure". It is not medical and Hubbard had crazy ideas about how the body works. He believed that large doses of nicain "turned on radiatio" like it was still present in the body, and "ran it out" meaning that it now left the body. Hard to make any sense of much of what he said.
This detox program last year (2007 filing) recieved $149,283, used $84,161 of that $84,161, $59,515 went to scientology to pay for the books and permision to use this method.

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Posted by Elvanon on 04/10/2009 at 8:03 PM

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