Scientology Welcomes LA Sheriff’s Dept. For Marijuana Event

Scientology will be holding a free event on June 30th for the Foundation for a Drug-Free World featuring Sgt. Glenn Walsh of the LA County Sheriff’s Department. Also speaking will be Gerry Marshall, former director of the failed Newport Beach Narconon facility, and Norman Taylor. Taylor is an attorney specializing in lemon law cars, and is the ex-husband of Spanky Taylor, a former Scientologist featured in the HBO documentary Going Clear – Scientology and the Prison of Belief.

Taking Back The Streets Free Event About Marijuana
Church of Scientology Los Angeles
4810 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Tuesday, June 30, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
RSVP Seating: USD 0.00.
This event is public.

FOUNDATION FOR A DRUG-FREE WORLD TAKING BACK THE STREETS
Refreshments at 6:00 PM.
RSVP now to reserve your seat.

Meet other local leaders dedicated to preserving the truth about drugs. Get useful information for youth and adults alike. Find out what all the controversy on marijuana is about, the medicinal pros and cons, an up-to-date report on the need for rehab, and what you can do about it.

Guest Speakers:

Sgt. Glenn Walsh, LA County Sheriff’s Dept.
What is all the controversy on marijuana about? How exactly does marijuana work on the body? Find out how we can prevent drug abuse and drug related crime in our communities.


Mr. Gerry Marshall, Drug Rehab Specialist.
Find out the pattern of types of people checking in for rehab, highlighting the current trends of drug abuse, and what this indicates for our future.


Mr. Norman Taylor, Drug-Free World Fdn LA.
What effective education on the subject looks like, and how we can take back the streets from drug abuse and catalysts for crime and degradation.

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