Quebec AM | Apr 18, 2012 | 8:56

Former Narconon patient and employee slams rehab centre

The local health agency in Trois-Rivières has shut down a drug rehab centre that bases its methods on the teachings of Scientology. Susan speaks with David Love about his experience as a patient and employee at Narconon. We also hear a statement from the rehab centre.

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