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"Not only is this leaflet unproductively hysterical in tone, but [it] contains inaccuracies which might be dangerous. [...] [Scientology's] right to distribute their leaflets should be balanced by a responsibility to ensure that the information is accurate."
-a comment on Narconon anti-drugs leaflets in the Kent and Sussex Courier
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|Kent and Sussex Courier||07/Mar/2003||Letter: Be Careful Of Leaflets On Drugs||A complaint about the dangerous inaccuracies of Narconon literature|
|The Telegraph||27/Mar/2003||Scientologist drug claim on poster is censured||Scn unable to back up its claim of curing 250,000 drug addicts|
|The Guardian||27/Mar/2003||Cult church censured on drug ads||Advertising Standards Authority censures drug ads|
|The Register (online)||08/Sep/2003||Scientologists loses copyright case||An appeal by Scientology in the case against Karin Spaink is denied|
|Peeblesshire News||12/Dec/2003||Charity's helping hand to rebuild addicts' lives||Entirely credulous piece about Narconon and the Jive Aces|
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