MURDERED by NARCONON Gregory Wisner.wmv


MURDERED by NARCONON Gregory Wisner.wmv – The body of Gregory B. Wisner, age 27, was found in the surf near Indian Rocks Beach, Florida on January 20, 2001. He was killed by the Scientology Corporations NARCONON Institute. Gregorys life was a tragedy. He was DISCONNECTED by his father and the rest of his family when he was only 9 years old and he never recovered from this abandonment. His father was R. Michael Wisner, a prominent Scientologist and chief spokesperson for NARCONON. He often appeared on TV touting the benefits of NARCONON. In truth, a two year study by Duke University showed that the NARCONON programme was actually detrimental to recovery. Two years after NARCONON treatment, 94% of patients had relapsed. Of addicts who attempted to break their addiction alone, 89% had relapsed (a 5% improvement on NARCONON). Of patients who had received traditional psychiatric treatment only 37% of patients had relapsed after two years. These results provide a clear indication of the inefficacy of NARCONON and the beneficial effects of psychiatry. Gregory Wisner had started to use cocaine in his teens to cope with his problems and, when he was 27, his parents contacted him and coerced him into joining the controversial NARCONON drug rehabilitation programme. This involved taking lengthy saunas (up to 5 hours at a time) and ingesting huge quantities of vitamins (including Niacin, which is toxic at high doses) and drinking up to three gallons of water a day. The church of scientology refers to this programme as


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