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Santa Monica High School Cancels Scientology Anti-Drug Program After Uproar (Exclusive)

Following parent outcry, the new school principal, who claims he vetted the church front group, intends to work with local law enforcement on substance abuse education.

Santa Monica High School has canceled a series of substance abuse prevention lectures after parents complained that a Scientology front group was responsible for them, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The Foundation for a Drug-Free World held three morning assemblies in recent weeks for ninth and tenth grade students following a troubling academic year marked by drug incidents, including the fatal March rooftop fall of a 15-year-old freshman high on LSD. Questions appear to have arisen after the organization, one of the religion’s social-betterment initiatives, held a workshop for 200 parents on May 9. Word soon circulated of the program’s Scientology affiliation. After a number of families complained, the school agreed to discontinue the program.

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District spokeswoman Gail Pinsker tells THR that the school’s principal Dr. Antonio Shelton “fully vetted this organization and felt that it would be excellent for our students,” adding that “the presentations and materials do not have any reference or mention of Scientology.”

Shelton was not made available to THR to answer questions. He joined the school last year.

The Foundation makes no mention in its messaging of the Scientology connection, although a basic Internet search reveals the church affiliation, as well as a history of critical coverage of its attempts to spread its message at public institutions in places such as New York City.

“This is a strategy they’ve been using for quite a while now,” says Tony Ortega, a noted critic of the church and author of The Unbreakable Miss Lovely: How the Church of Scientology tried to destroy Paulette Cooper. “They love targeting schools and want to make this sound like it’s the DARE program, handing pamphlets out. Putting aside the church-and-state issue, you have to ask yourself, What is their real concern and their real purpose? This is an organization with some very odd ideas about pharmaceuticals, medicine and mental health.”

Another, more well-known Scientology front organization, the drug abuse prevention program Narconon, was evaluated in a 2005 study prepared for the California Department of Education. (Narconon has promulgated its teachings in dozens of the state’s public schools.) It highlighted a number of concerns over inaccurate information in the organization’s presentations and supplementary resources, concluding that it “does not reflect accurate, widely accepted medical and scientific evidence.”

“This information is overgeneralized or exaggerated,” the study explained about Narconon. “Inaccurate and misleading drug-related information is problematic because it can confuse students and be perceived as designed to arouse fear. It may also lead students to discredit the schools’ drug prevention program and distrust educators.”

Pinsker explains that the school will now be “going in a different direction,” partnering with the local police department and hospital.

Santa Monica High, known as Samohi and situated blocks from the Pacific Ocean, has been a fount of Hollywood for generations, graduating everyone from Glenn Ford and Robert Wagner to Sean Penn and Robert Downey, Jr. Its most prominent recent alum, who made sport of the campus’s liberal bent while he was a student, is the young Trump senior advisor Stephen Miller.

The Church of Scientology responded to THR with the statement below.

The Church of Scientology is saddened to hear that religious discrimination would stand in the way of saving young lives. The Church is a proud sponsor of the Drug-Free World education program which has helped millions of young people to learn the truth about drugs and how to live a drug-free life. One would think that the tragic death of a student from LSD would be enough to set aside bigotry when there is evidence-based information that is invaluable, free of charge and provided out of good will and open hearts. The mother volunteering to assist Santa Monica High School with this program gave of her time freely out of her own compassion to help other parents keep their kids safe and living clean, productive lives. The Foundation for a Drug-Free World, www.drugfreeworld.org, provides free of charge, secular, educational materials on the danger of illicit drug use and its volunteers — Scientologists, Catholics, Christians, Jews, Muslims and individuals of other faiths or none at all — are heroes helping to make a better world. 

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/santa-monica-high-scientology-drug-program-1003364

JUST SAY NO

School Accidentally Hired Church of Scientology-Backed Group to Teach Drug Education

The program promotes a zero-tolerance policy of scare tactics and worst-case scenarios, an approach experts describe as ineffective.

After a drug-related tragedy, administrators at California’s Santa Monica High School decided the school needed a drug education program. But the school went cold turkey on its new drug education program after just three seminars when parents realized the program was actually run by the Church of Scientology.After the LSD-related death of a Santa Monica High School first-year student in March, the school hired the Foundation for a Drug-Free World to host three anti-drug assemblies for freshman and sophomores, the Hollywood Reporter initially reported. But behind the group’s innocuous-sounding name was controversial religious organization. Although the affiliation is not immediately clear through any of the Foundation’s literature, the group is run by the Church of Scientology, a highly controversial organization sometimes accused of being a cult.The Foundation reportedly led three seminars for students over several weeks, before hosting a workshop with approximately 200 parents on May 9. It was during this meet-up that parents reportedly began questioning the group that was leading regular seminars in the public school. While the Foundation does not advertise its affiliation with Scientology, its connections with the church are evident in its publicly available tax documents, and have drawn significant media attention since the Foundation was launched in 2006.A number of parents, made newly aware of the group’s Scientology ties, reportedly complained to the school’s principal, who decided to cut short the drug program this month. The school district did not return a requests for comment on Sunday.In a statement to The Daily Beast, the Church of Scientology accused Santa Monica High School of “religious discrimination.”“The Church of Scientology is saddened to hear that religious discrimination would stand in the way of saving young lives,” the church wrote in a statement. “The Church is a proud sponsor of the Drug-Free World education program which has helped millions of young people to learn the truth about drugs and how to live a drug-free life.”“One would think that the tragic death of a student from LSD would be enough to set aside bigotry when there is evidence-based information that is invaluable, free of charge and provided out of good will and open hearts,” the statement continued. “The mother volunteering to assist Santa Monica High School with this program gave of her time freely out of her own compassion to help other parents keep their kids safe and living clean, productive lives.”A school district spokesperson told the Hollywood Reporter that the school’s principal had “fully vetted this organization and felt that it would be excellent for our students.” Despite being sponsored by the religious organization, “the presentations and materials do not have any reference or mention of Scientology.”But even without reference to Scientology, the Foundation’s materials have drawn skepticism from drug policy experts for the program’s sensational claims.

“Coming down from the drug causes depression so severe that a person will do almost anything to get the drug—even commit murder,” the Foundation’s website reads on a page about cocaine’s side-effects. “And if he or she can’t get cocaine, the depression can get so intense it can drive the addict to suicide.”

The program promotes a zero-tolerance policy of scare tactics and worst-case scenarios, an approach experts describe as ineffective. An abstinence-only drug education gives teens little understanding of how to safely handle drugs. According to a 2016 study from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, some 38.3 percent of high school seniors have experimented with marijuana, and another 14.3 percent have experimented with drugs other than marijuana.

“It’s like if drivers education consisted simply of sitting down and showing kids pictures of crashes—and nothing else,” Jerry Otero, a youth policy leader at the Drug Policy Alliance told The Daily Beast in 2015. “No one would learn how to drive.”

The Foundation has previously been ousted from public schools in New York City, where it administered a similar anti-drug program until its ties to Scientology were revealed. In 2015, the Foundation boasted of lecturing at 30 New York City public schools, as well as with the New York City Police Department’s youth programs, where it reportedly led anti-drug training for school safety officers.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/05/14/school-accidentally-hired-church-of-scientology-backed-group-to-teach-drug-education

Calif. school scraps anti-drug program after parents find link to Scientology

Church of Scientology

CBS NEWS

SANTA MONICA — Santa Monica High School canceled an anti-drug program after parents learned that it is affiliated with the Church of Scientology, CBS Los Angeles reports.

The Foundation for a Drug Free World recently held three assemblies at Santa Monica High School. But the principal scrubbed the rest of the series on substance abuse prevention.

Parents were upset after they got wind the Church of Scientology sponsored the talks.

“Separation of church and state. They’re a religious group. I don’t agree with that,” parent Tracy Toth said.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/santa-monica-high-school-anti-drug-program-sponsored-church-of-scientology/
Joel Rubin

Joel RubinContact Reporter

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, once a towering, respected figure in policing, was sentenced Friday to three years in federal prison for his role in a scheme to obstruct an FBI investigation of abuses in county jails, marking an end to a corruption scandal that has roiled the Sheriff’s Department for several years.

U.S. District Judge Percy Anderson announced Baca’s fate in a downtown courtroom filled with loyal supporters on one side and the FBI agents and prosecutors who ensnared him on the other. Baca, 74 and suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, showed no emotion as the decision was read.

Before issuing the sentence, Anderson, who has dealt unsparingly with the former sheriff throughout his legal battle and last year threw out a plea deal that would have sent Baca to prison for no more than six months, unleashed a scathing rebuke of the man who ran one of the nation’s largest law enforcement agencies for 15 years.

Excoriating Baca’s refusal to accept responsibility for having overseen and condoned the obstruction ploy carried out by subordinates, the judge portrayed him as a man driven by his desire to protect his own reputation and maintain control over the Sheriff’s Department.

“Your actions embarrass the thousands of men and women [in the department] who put their lives on the line every day,” Anderson said to Baca. “They were a gross abuse of the trust the public placed in you.”

The prison term, Anderson added, should serve as a deterrent to other public servants. “Blind obedience to a corrupt culture has serious consequences,” he said. “No person, no matter how powerful, no matter his or her title, is above the law.”

Baca was ordered to surrender to federal prison officials by July 25. Although he is expected to ask to remain free on bail while he pursues an appeal, it is an open question whether he will be allowed to do so. Anderson denied the same request from Baca’s second in command, former Undersheriff Paul Tanaka, who was forced to begin his five-year sentence.

No decision has been made on where Baca will serve his sentence. His defense attorney requested that he be assigned to a camp in Taft, Calif., or barring that, a camp in Oregon. After serving his time behind bars, Baca must also spend a year under supervised release. He was also fined $7,500.

In going after Baca, a team of prosecutors headed by Assistant U.S. Atty. Brandon Fox meticulously worked its way up the department’s ranks, charging lower-level figures and members of Baca’s command staff before bringing charges of obstruction of justice, conspiracy and lying against the sheriff himself.

He is the ninth person to be convicted and sentenced to prison as part of what Fox convinced several juries was a cunning conspiracy to interfere with FBI agents as they worked to gather evidence for a grand jury investigation into allegations of widespread abuse by deputies working in county jails run by the sheriff’s department.

A 10th conspirator, former sheriff’s Capt. William “Tom” Carey, pleaded guilty in a deal with prosecutors and testified against Baca. Carey is scheduled to be sentenced later this month. Several other deputies were convicted in a series of trials for beating inmates or helping to cover up the abuse.

The obstruction plan played out over six weeks in August and September 2011, after sheriff’s officials discovered FBI agents had used a corrupt deputy to smuggle a cellphone to a jail inmate who was working as an informant.

The audacious move was part of an investigation opened the year before into the Men’s Central Jail, the main facility in the county’s enormous detention system. For years, the Sheriff’s Department had been dogged by reports of a place run amok, in which deputies routinely beat inmates without provocation and covered up the abuse, often with the knowledge of supervisors. Other corruption, including deputies who took bribes to bring contraband in to inmates, was said to be rampant as well.

Prosecutors argued that word of the smuggled phone and the FBI investigation angered Baca and Tanaka, who viewed it as an unwarranted incursion into their territory by an outside agency.

With Baca’s knowledge and, at times, his involvement, Tanaka oversaw a group of deputies and mid-level commanders who worked to derail the FBI investigation. They moved the informant under fake names to conceal his whereabouts from his handlers, pressured deputies and the informant not to cooperate with federal authorities and brazenly tried to intimidate the lead FBI agent on the case by threatening her with arrest.

Anderson on Friday checked off examples of Baca’s complicity in the scheme, recalling testimony that Baca signed off on the idea of threatening the agent with arrest by telling deputies they could “do everything but put handcuffs her.” His greatest failure, the judge said, was eagerly promoting Tanaka through the ranks until he was running the department’s day-to-day operations.

“Rather than fulfill his sworn duty to uphold the law and protect the public, Lee Baca made a decision to protect what he viewed as his empire, and then he took actions in an effort to simply protect himself,” said acting U.S. Atty. Sandra R. Brown. “He wore the badge, but ultimately, he failed the department and the public’s trust.”

Baca’s attorney, Nathan Hochman, nearly won Baca an acquittal at a trial late last year by hammering the government for the scarcity of hard evidence tying Baca directly to the obstruction plan. That proceeding ended in a mistrial when the jury deadlocked with all but one juror voting to acquit Baca.

For the second trial, however, Fox revamped his case and Anderson issued a string of rulings that hamstrung Hochman. All along, Hochman argued that while Baca was upset by the FBI investigation, he never authorized anything illegal. Tanaka, he said, was the ringleader who carried out the obstruction without Baca’s knowledge.

In giving Baca three years in prison, Anderson struck a middle ground of sorts.

Federal sentencing guidelines called for a term of 41 to 51 months. Under normal circumstances, the government would have urged Anderson to come down within that range, Fox wrote in court filings.

But Baca’s age, his diagnosis last year with Alzheimer’s and medical experts’ expectation that his mind will have deteriorated badly within a few years were legitimate mitigating factors in determining his punishment, Fox said.

“The interests of justice will not be served by defendant spending many years behind bars in a severely impaired state,” the prosecutor wrote. He recommended that Baca be sentenced to two years in prison.

Hochman, meanwhile, urged Anderson in court papers and again on Friday to spare Baca any time in prison, saying he should instead be confined to his home for a period of time and perform community service. In a lengthy last-ditch bid for leniency, Hochman reviewed Baca’s nearly five decades of service in the sheriff’s department, saying he served “with distinction and honor.”

The true measure of the man, Hochman insisted, was seen in the the education programs he started as sheriff for inmates and at-risk youth. Hochman submitted to Anderson letters from a few hundred of Baca’s supporters, including former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and several local religious leaders.

The inevitable toll from Alzheimer’s was another reason to spare him prison, Hochman said.

“This diagnosis is a sentence of its own. It is a sentence that will leave him a mere shell of his former self and one that will rob him of the memories of his life,” he wrote in a court filing.

Anderson rejected out of hand the idea that Baca should avoid time in prison. He acknowledged Baca’s lengthy record as a public servant, but said it made his crimes more perplexing.

“Mr. Baca’s criminal conduct is so at odds with the public image he carefully crafted,” Anderson said. Like old B-movies, “you seem to have your own version of the good cop/bad cop routine … that allowed you to keep your hands clean but did not make you any less culpable.”

While the two-year sentence suggested by the government was not enough in Anderson’s eyes, the judge said he did take Baca’s failing health and career into account. Absent those factors, he said he would have imposed on Baca the same five-year sentence he gave Tanaka.

The sentence deepens the stain already imprinted on Baca’s legacy and the reputation he enjoyed as one of the nation’s most visible and respected reformers in law enforcement. While quirky to the point of being enigmatic, Baca was seen as a champion of progressive ideas, including the need for police to build strong ties to minority communities. He stepped down in 2014 with the department engulfed in the jail scandal.

“When I stand tall, I stand right with what I think is right,” Baca said in his trademark elliptical style following the hearing. “There is right and wrong, that I’m clear with. Final comment, I will never accept a cellphone in a county jail, given to a career criminal. I don’t care who puts it in.”

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-baca-sentenced-jail-sheriff-corruption-20170512-story.html

How Criminals Hide Behind Images to Escape Investigation and Prosecution
Absolute power often corrupts because the lack of fear and prosecution which everyone else is forced to abide by. The point is the public is forced to obey or be punished thus they obey. Police, Judges and others in government authority positions feel “Above the law” and often hide behind images. Because of their position they don’t expect to be questioned, accused or investigated. The fact Los Angeles sheriff Lee Baca was guilty should expose the fact there are numerous others in the form of judges, police and government officials who are also criminals who never get investigated.

One example is Santa Clara County California Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian who has abused and terrorized dozens of known victims without prosecution or investigation. People don’t want to accept that a judge could really be nothing more than a criminal who made his way to the bench. Sociopaths often get into such positions by lying, fraud and other dishonest acts but since they’ve never been caught there are no records. Once in these positions of power they go on abusing the public with impunity and are protected by a system not based on justice. No one wants to take on a judge, police officer or government official little less consider the fact they’ve put a monster in power. Yet it’s done all the time.

Sheriff Lee Baca continued to stay employed and abused his powers by getting others to terrorize, lie, commit fraud and stop anyone who tried to expose him. Same goes for Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian. Where are the standards? The law and constitution? They mean nothing when an authority figure with an image is the being accused. The courts which are run by these same people refuse to prosecute each other or those who support them, ie police officers.

This is how the system protects those within and throws the book at everyone else.
Sheriff Lee Baca has millions at his disposal to hire “connected lawyers” while everyone else is forced to obey the law.

The Real Issue is “unprofessional bullies hiding behind badges”
Hiding Behind the Badge
“You’re a coward, hiding behind your badge” — Judge rules in favor of man arrested for telling cop the truth
Police hide behind badges to commit crimes

This criminal did what most criminals who hide behind images do, they retire instead of being prosecuted and put in prison for life>
Judges who are exposed never get prosecuted like the churches who hide molesters of children then simply move them around.

The public is being fooled with a bogus prison term which should have been longer and harsher, why because he is above the law

http://www.uglyjudge.com/criminals-hide-behind-images-escape-investigation-prosecution/

Miscavige’s Personal Cock Sucking LA Sheriff Lee Baca’s Appeal Thrown Out… New Novel “Blown” Based On Scientology Sea Org Out

It’s Pretty Much Guaranteed That If You’re A Politician [Or Cop] And Have Links To Scientology You’re Corrupt!!

Made famous by his role on the award winning comedy ‘That 70’s Show’, Danny has officially been accused by 3 women of rape.

Scientology reporter Tony Ortega broke the news that Danny is lawyering up big time, with criminal defense attorney Tom Mesereau of Mesereau Law. If the name sounds familiar, it should… as he has defended celebs like Michael Jackson, Mike Tyson, Robert Blake and Suge Knight.

Radar has reported that all three women are currently, or where Scientologists members at the time of the alleged incidents from 2001-2003.

Masterson strongly denies the claims by all three women, and believes that former Scientologist Leah Remini who has been trying to find any woman to come forward with accusations, is only trying to build up press coverage as she has a new film “documentary” about the Scientology way of life.

We have also learned that Mesereau has super famous private investigator Scott Ross looking into this entire mess, in hopes of finding more evidence to defend his client from charges that could land him in jail for a very long time.

In California Mesereau Law is the go to for celebs in trouble, in our home state of Kansas when looking at charges like this, we always recommend Overland Park criminal defense attorneys Joseph Hollander & Craft. Every state has top notch legal specialist that can help when you find yourself in a similar situation. We always recommend word of mouth first, and then of course check with your local bar associations.

DANNY MASTERSON HIRES BIG GUN CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY TOM MESEREAU TO DEFEND AGAINST RAPE CHARGES