Monday, 23 July 2012

Death at Narconon.

McALESTER, Oklahoma - An Oklahoma rehab facility is under fire following the deaths of three patients. In the past 12 months, three people have died while being treated at Narconon Arrowhead near McAlester. The most recent, 20-year-old Stacy Murphy from Owasso, was found dead Thursday morning. "This is a drug addict," Robert Murphy said as he showed a photo of his daughter, Stacy. "It's not the perception you think of a drug addict, and people have to realize, it can be their own child." Robert Murphy is coming to grips with Stacy's death. He said she was a vibrant, bubbly girl with the world at her fingertips -- until she fell in with the wrong crowd. "Stacy grew up in the church, she did the sports," Robert Murphy said. "So sweet and so bubbly, you just don't know what the struggle is that [was] going on inside of her and she was seeking help." Robert Murphy said when Stacy's prescription drug addiction escalated to heroin, she agreed to seek treatment at Narconon Arrowhead, a drug and alcohol rehab facility with treatments inspired by teachings of the Church of Scientology.

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