hI, Would any of you critics like to send your thoughts about the appearance of Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating and U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe supporting COS' major (at the moment) recruitment entity, Narconon?
Hey Fredric Rice, Chris Owen, you guys out there?
If any of you do inquire about this issue, please send any recent sightings of scientologists doing the media rounds to tout its unsafe, ineffective drug treatment program.
Remember this is Oklahoma. Politicians do not appreciate dirty language or accusations. BE NICE.
Are you listening Stein Arne?
CCP of E Mail to Gov. Keating's aide.
Date: Thu, Apr 19, 2001, 12:35am To:
Dear Mr. Goza:
I have not received a reply from you about the use of letters written by Gov. Keating and Senator Inhofe and the use of the state seal of Oklahoma by the Church of Scientology to give the false impression that Oklahoma endorses and supports Scientology's Narconon Drug Treatment facility. As you must know, Oklahoma has not supported or endorsed the Narconon Drug Treatment Program which was found to be unsafe and ineffective by the Oklahoma State Mental Health Board and was denied accreditation by the state.
Is this because you or Governor Keating do not care about false impressions or do not think this false impression is important enough to address?
Or there is nothing you can do about it?
Or you really do support and endorse the Narconon Drug Treatment Program?
Inquiring minds want to know and they will probably keep inquiring until you provide an answer to their inquiries.
P.S. Scientology is hyping its Narconon program all over the United States in its efforts to get some of the Bush proposed government money for faith based programs. Do you really want people to think Oklahoma approves of an unsafe, ineffective drug treatment program?
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