"L. Ron Hubbard's 'Fair Game' and 'Dead Agent' policies are still being enforced by Scientology and a "henchmen of Per Wickstrom's evil empire," Mark Hergert."
David Edgar Love is a former graduate of Narconon Trois-Rivieres, a Canadian branch of the Scientology organization’s drug treatment program. He experienced first-hand how Narconon is used a recruitment tactic for Scientology. More disturbingly, he also witnessed the dangers involved with the program.
Love has turned his focus to Michigan's Per Wickstrom, in a hard-hitting story he calls "Narconon Per Wickstrom: Lineup of Mug Shots and Theats". Love takes a comprehensive look the revolving rogue's gallery of convicted criminals surrounding Wickstrom in his Narconon-based drug treatment empire.
He has said "When I was at Narconon (2008-2009), people were taken away in ambulances and had to spend days in the hospital. People have died in the Quebec facility. The vitamin and sauna treatments are horrible. Patients regularly vomited and had diarrhea."
In Quebec, where Love briefly worked at Trois-Rivieres, he gained access to the center's records and learned that not only were Narconon's claims of an 80 percent success rate completely bogus, but patients were being force-fed Scientology's concepts so they could be recruited by the church.
He left, and took with him thousands of documents. He spent the next two and a half years explaining Narconon to Quebec officials, who finally shut down the center in April 2012.
In the post, Love reveals threats made to Miss Fortune, especially those made by Wickstrom associate Mark Hergert, including his acquisition of "anitasenkowski.com".
But what about a "roguette's gallery", Miss Fortune, you might ask.
Sisters are doing it for themselves!
Regular readers of this blog may remember Arlene Donnelly, the convicted embezzler (mugshot above) who's now working as a Case Manager at A Forever Recovery, featured in the post called "Belles With Balls".
Donnelly plead guilty in October 2012 to embezzling more than $14,000 from the Northwest Athletic Boosters, a parent group supporting athletic teams and athletes at Northwest Community Schools in Jackson County.
Donnelly reportedly paid some bills, but mostly used the money to eat and
shop, visiting Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Rue21, Aeropostale and other mall
Jackson County Circuit Judge Thomas Wilson sentenced Donnelly to 300 days in jail and five years probation, although she served less than eight months and was released on August 8, 2013.
And on August 26, 2013, with no experience in substance abuse treatment and hardly enough time to wash the stink of jailhouse bologna from her hair, Donnelly began working at Per Wickstrom's A Forever Recovery.
Donnelly describes her role as an AFR Case Manager:
I am Arlene Donnelly, a Case Manager at A Forever Recovery. I am married to the love of my life and we have four children, ages 16, 14, 12, and 3.
I have done a lot of volunteering throughout our older children’s education. In doing this I found my passion in helping others achieve their goals.
Here at A Forever Recovery I facilitate groups at our withdrawal center. I enjoy being one of the first people that our clients meet as they begin their stay with us. In doing this I have a unique opportunity to see each and every one of our client’s grow and change throughout their stay.
I have my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. I am beginning to work on my Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. Though I have never struggled with addiction myself, I have been the support system for some of my loved ones through their addiction. This role and my own life experiences have given me an insight into the addiction process.
With this knowledge I discovered the desire to help others find the path to sobriety.
Wow...she's gone from stealing money to stealing our hearts!