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The Fauteux Wrongful Death Lawsuit - Important For Many Reasons

Discussion in 'Narconon, Drug Free World, and Other Anti-drug Fro' started by AnonyMary, Apr 22, 2017.

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  1. AnonyMary

    AnonyMary Formerly Fooled - Finally Free

    An important lawsuit has been filed that may well chip away a large part of Scientology's corporate veil.
    This lawsuit was posted yesterday on Narconon Reviews.

    Here is the article and links to the lawsuit complaint:

    'The Fauteux Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Important For Many Reasons'

    "This is a Complaint for Damages regarding the November 6, 2015 wrongful death of Tabatha Fauteux, a graduate of the Narconon Fresh Start program in Harlingen, TX , who was sent to Los Angeles as a trainee – housed and trained under the control and supervision of Narconon Int & ABLE. The complaint’s First Causes [...]

    Read more and post your thoughts at:
    http://narcononreviews.net/narconon/lawsuits/the-fauteux-wrongful-death-lawsuit-important-for-many-reasons/

    Underground Bunker provides some followup today:

    Scientology Denied Twice In Wrongful Death Lawsuit As Parents Grieve For Tabatha Fauteux

    'Tabatha Fauteux's parents say that Scientology's rehab fronts were more interested in pressuring their daughter to join the church than in keeping her sober. When Scientology jumped on that allegation, alleging First Amendment religious protection, read what a Los Angeles judge said in response as he denied two early motions by the church in this wrongful death lawsuit.'
    http://tonyortega.org/2017/04/22/sc...awsuit-as-parents-grieve-for-tabatha-fauteux/

    Previous threads on Reaching For The Tipping Point Forum

    Re: Narconon Deaths
    This is a follow-up story to one that Tony O. wrote in November involving another death.
    http://forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.net/index.php/topic,402.msg36717.html#msg36717

    Re: Church of Scientology Negative Publicity Collection – 2016 - APRIL
    CBS Boston WBZ-TV News Live
    Police: Nashua Woman Set Up GoFundMe For Family’s Deceased Daughter, Took The Money
    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2016/04/04/nashua-woman-gofundme-theft-deception-krystal-gentley/
    *NOTE: See the Underground Bunker story about Tabatha Fauteux’s death from a drug overdose after completing the Narconon program -
    http://forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.net/index.php/topic,12976.msg36835.html#msg36835
     
  2. Enthetan

    Enthetan Master of Disaster

    As the judge put it:

    This is big. Scientology's religious protections apply ONLY to their purely religious activities. Once they get involved in secular activities (Drug rehab as with Narconon, business consulting as with WISE, etc) then they fall under the same rules and liabilities that any other provider does.
     
  3. arcxcauseblows

    arcxcauseblows Patron Meritorious

    I didn't realize this before

    Most narconon stories mention customers that get recruited for staff

    Might be more than anything they're pushing it because it's a recruitment line

    They're running out of recruits, hard to find people that don't already know their con so they're exploiting someone whose life is in ruin as usual...
     
  4. dchoiceisalwaysrs

    dchoiceisalwaysrs Gold Meritorious Patron

    Mary, I respect all the work and effort you put into RFTTP.

    As we well know that scientology modus operandi is deeply impregnated with telling only 'acceptable truth' with the acceptable as a tool for deceiving which is the DNA of fraud and so often used to create an imbalance in power through information control. When that imbalance puts at risk the client's well being then it is in my opinion malignant in both intent and in practise.


    Solely because I stumbled while reading one of your sentences I will make a suggestion to edit the following sentence that you wrote "Because 99% of the Narconon program is based in Scientology processes, procedures scientolgists call “spiritual practices”, graduates and most staff do not realize, because full disclosure is intentionally withheld from them that the procedures they are doing are scientology procedures that they are being indoctrinated into Scientology throughout the program. { the bolded is my insertion as a possible correction}
     
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