Submitted by intelligence on Apr 06, 2012 – 03:33 PM
The Scientology addiction treatment centers, “Narconon” are facing ever increasing media, government, and public scrutiny in Canada. Government and Police investigations have been underway since early 2010, with additional formal complaints filed yesterday and two more next week will be in the competent hands of investigators.
The Church of Scientology is no stranger to being investigated and prosecuted in Canada Courts. Following the “Operation Snow White” conspiracy investigations in the 1970’s in the United States, when Scientology infiltrated and stole from 136 government agencies, foreign embassies and consulates, as well as private organizations, the covert actions by this cult continue to this day.
Operation Snow White was the single largest infiltration of the United States government in history with up to 5,000 covert Scientology agents under deep cover. On December 6, 1979, some five years after Operation Snow White began, it officially came to an end. Five of the Scientologists were sentenced to four years in jail, with four of the convicted being taken immediately. Mary Sue Hubbard, wife of L Ron Hubbard, was sentenced to five years. Each of the six faced a fine of $10,000 dollars. The next day the four remaining Scientologists were sentenced. Three of the four faced a fine of $10,000 and five years in jail. The fourth was fined $1,000 and sent to jail for six months. Upon release Mary Sue Hubbard was given five years of probation and community service.
Documents in the Operation Snow White FBI files led to an undercover police operation in Toronto, Canada, which evetually led to 100 police officers jumping out of three buses and raiding the Toronto Church of Scientoloy in March 3 – 4, 1983, resulting in seven members being convicted of operations against organisations including the Ontario Provincial Police, the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), and two convictions of criminal Breach of the Public Trust against the church itself, for infiltration of the offices of the Ontario Provincial Police and the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. The Church of Scientology was ordered to pay a $250,000 fine.
Scientolgy is the only convicted religious organization in Canada and is continually in the media and government investigator’s spotlight – – especially over the past two years.
New allegations of fraud, misreprentation, false advertising and marketing practices, practicing medicine without a licence, exploitation of a handicap, and conspiracy to commit fraud, are but a few of the allegations, with numerous complaints under investigation. It is anticipated that the Quebec Human Rights Commission may be representing as many as 7-8 victims of the Scientology addiction treatment center, Narconon Trois-Rivieres – – and perhaps several more before Court Trial Date?
David Love has received leaked emails between the Montreal Church of Scientology and Narconon that are indeed damning to the extent of government interference and corruption.
With distraught victims filing new formal complaints next week, 2012 may well stretch government resources and perhaps even ignite a Senate investigation and Formal Inquiry?
Recent conversations with victims, indicate severe traumatic incidents of abuse, unprofessional conduct endangering life, and exploitation of a handicap person. The ramifications to Scientology and Narconon could have lasting affects that reach to other countries who are investigating this cult for similar criminal and civil acts.
David Edgar Love