After Blinding a Man With a Beer Bottle This Women Goes to AA Meetings

In a gruesome violent brutal attack this women joined in and committed more horrible vicious crimes against the victim. She went to AA after blinding this man for life and received a slap on the wrist by the court. No one is to dangerous or sick for AA or NA meetings. Beware- this is difficult to read.

“As the attack continued, Clause reached into the vehicle with a broken, jagged beer bottle and shoved it into Martin’s right eye, twisting and dragging it down his cheek. He is now permanently blind in that eye.”

“She said was trying to turn her life around by attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and receiving counselling. She said she wants to get her Grade 12 diploma and possibly go to college.”


Woman jailed in beer bottle attack

A 26-year-old woman, who blinded a man with a broken beer bottle during a vicious attack at a 2010 party, was sentenced Thursday to 2 ½ years in custody less time served. NA Daytona Area Meetings in Holly Hill, Ormond Beach and Port Orange.

Kelli Lynn Clause was credited with 12 months for time spent behind bars, leaving 18 months yet to be served. Volusia County Drug Court and AA and NA Meetings.

Clause was convicted by a jury of aggravated assault after a three-week trial held in Cayuga in April 2013. Continue reading

AA Member Ozzy Osborne Black Sabbath Star is a Regular at AA Religous Cult Meetings

OMG Ozzy Osborne has drank the AA Kool Aid. He says if he has a drink he is dead. He goes to as many AA meetings as he can. I do not think this is his first time in AA and the 12 step cult has failed him miserably. With this man’s money he can afford professional non 12 step help!

Ozzy Osbourne is a regular guy in AA meetings

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Dec 18, 2013 / 6:21 pm
Ozzy Osbourne is a regualr guy in AA meetings

Ozzy Osbourne refuses to be treated like a celebrity when he attends Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. NA and AA Daytona Meetings Ormond Beach Area.

The 65-year-old rocker relapsed into drug and alcohol abuse earlier this year after seven years of sobriety, but he is now once again clean and attends as many AA meetings as he can to help him stay on the wagon.

However, Ozzy admits it’s difficult to attend the support group meet-ups because he is recognized by many other recovering addicts.

He said: “I went to one and this guy came up and said, ‘I’ve always wanted to be at a meeting with Ozzy Osbourne.’ So I said to him, ‘Hey, when I’m in this room I’m no better than you, because if we go out and have a drink, we’re f**king both dead, so let’s leave it at that.’ ”

The Black Sabbath star also refuses to take photographs with fellow attendees who happen to be fans because he feels it would inappropriate.

In an interview with NME magazine, Ozzy explained: “If someone asks for a photograph I’ll say no, because I’m not there to do photographs – I’m there to save my f**king life! I feel like an a*****e but if you do one, you’ve got to do 15. It’s not my ego, it’s my life.”

Ozzy’s wife Sharon, 61, was furious when she discovered the extent of his relapse – which included drinking and abusing amphetamines, Ritalin, valium and sleeping pills – and threatened to end their 32-year marriage if he didn’t get clean.

The rock legend, who briefly lived apart from Sharon earlier this year as he battled his demons, says he totally agreed with her drastic ultimatum.

Ozzy – who has three children, Aimee, Kelly and Jack, with Sharon – said: “I thought I was gonna lose my family at one point. Daytona NA and NA Meetings Port Orange.

“She just said, ‘Look, I’ve got my own thing going on and I can’t deal with you anymore. Get the f**k out, sort yourself out, then we’ll talk.’ I don’t blame her in the slightest.”

Milton Chapter Alcoholics Anonymous Gets Ripped off by AA Member

AA members stealing from the pot is not uncommon. AA has literature about dealing with 12 step thieves.

Money taken from the Milton chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous

November 25, 2013
MILTON, Ga. – For the past several weeks, someone has been taking money from the Milton chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous. Daytona NA and AA Meetings.
AA board members told police that members attending meetings make voluntary donations to the group via envelopes of money placed in a mail slot leading to a safe. Since early November, money has gone missing from the safe. They say at least 15 envelopes, each containing about $50, have vanished. Daytona Drug Court.On Nov. 12, an AA member saw a regular return to the building after a meeting and enter the closet where the safe is stored. When confronted, the suspect produced one of the money envelopes, allegedly apologizing and saying he had never done such a thing before. He left in a black SUV, later found to be registered to a Canton address.

Another AA Member Financially Scams an Elderly Man he Met at Alcoholics Anonymous

AA is a hot spot for Crooks Scamming Senior Citizens. Yet AA has voted to do nothing to protect the Elderly in AA Meetings.

Man stole from elderly, avoids prison sentence but must repay money


A Norwalk man who stole $11,000 from an 78-year-old man he met at Alcoholics Anonymous received a suspended prison sentence, but was ordered to repay the money, according to Ottawa County court records
Timothy Gilbert, 42, was charged after bank employees called police in December 2011 when they noticed the elderly man making unusual withdrawals from his bank account.

Gilbert had fed the man a story about needing $11,000 to get his father’s inheritance, and the victim agreed to lend him the money, according to police reports.

Gilbert was eventually charged with theft from the elderly. He was sentenced Thursday to more than three years in prison on the theft case and a 2011 theft case.

The prison time was suspended, and Gilbert was instead placed on three years probation and ordered to repay the $11,000, according to court records. He was also ordered to complete 100 hours of community service. NA Daytona Beach Area Schedule.

Dangerous and Religious AA Meetings Should Not Be The Only Option for Drug Addiction or Alcoholics

The news is finally getting out that this country needs better options than Alcoholics Anonymous or other 12 step programs for drug and alcohol addiction. AA is losing control over preventing anything negative being printed about them in the media. Thanks Chelsea Carmona for writing this excellent piece! AA has been an abysmal failure and the cause of many rapes, deaths and suicides.


Public Health

Alcoholics Need More Options than AA

It’s no surprise that faith-based programs are particularly ill-suited to atheists and agnostics

By  @CarmonaChelsea    Sept. 19, 2013

Should atheists be forced to participate in faith-based recovery programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)? The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals recently said no, unanimously siding with drug offender Barry A. Hazle Jr. after state officials mandated his participation in AA. Court documents state that Hazle’s requests for a secular alternative were repeatedly denied by both his parole officer and representatives from the state-contracted mental health service provider, West Care. For violating his parole, Hazle was arrested and incarcerated for over 100 additional days. NA Daytona Meetings in Daytona.

The appeals court ordered a Sacramento district judge to consider preventing state officials from requiring 12-step treatment as a part of the parole program. But it’s going to be difficult, because this one-size-fits-all prescription – 12-step meetings and 12-step-based group therapy for everyone – reigns supreme in treatment today. Nearly eight out of ten private programs use 12-step recovery, with two-thirds compelling patients to attend meetings, according to researchers working on the University of Georgia’s National Treatment Center Study and cited in Inside Rehab by Anne Fletcher. Public programs, frequently starved for funding, aren’t much better. In fact, West Care, California’s sole drug treatment provider, only contracts with religious-based treatment programs.

(MOREAddiction Treatment in America: Not Based in Science, Not Truly Medical)

But even if they’re rarely acknowledged in today’s treatment community, there are many alternatives to 12-step fellowships such as SMART Recovery, Secular Organizations for Sobriety, and Specifically For Women. This is important because a national survey published in 2007 concluded that an addicted person was just as likely to stay sober whether they were involved in AA or another support group. In fact, it would behoove treatment providers to match people with a support system that’s suitable to their preferences, because group participation is associated with increased abstinence. Continue reading

AA Cults -The Atlantic Group -The Pacific Group -The Midtown Group and AA Guru Clancy I.

AA Cults I Have Known- NA Daytona Meetings 

Alcoholics Anonymous has long been vulnerable to a creeping fundamentalism with cult-like tendencies. One longtime member recounts his brushes with some pernicious corruptions of the fellowship.

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By Benjamin Aldo


A couple of years ago I went to the Atlantic Group in New York. It was springtime, and the moneyed Upper East Side was in full bloom. The AA meeting, known as AG, was holding its anniversary party. The large Christ Church on Park Avenue had members milling about in its courtyard, sipping the Starbucks coffee the group serves, a few smoking on the sidewalk. The men wore suits and ties. Inside, a beaming young woman offered me a name tag, and wished me luck in finding a seat. I knew the meeting was well attended, but the church was overflowing with members. Volusia County Drug Court and AA and NA Meetings in Daytona Beach.

AG is well known in New York AA. Depending on who’s talking, it either represents “Real Recovery” or an off-putting, overly rigid interpretation of AA doctrine. AG members have strongly worded suggestions about sobriety: You should have a sponsor who has a sponsor who has gone through the 12 Steps with another AG member; when you speak at any AA meeting you should wear a suit and tie or the female equivalent; the use of anti-depressants is discouraged; and the use of profanity is not allowed during qualifications. Continue reading

Another AA Member Driving Drunk From AA Meeting

A man who's accused of blowing twice the legal limit was stopped on the way home from Alcoholics Anonymous. Photo / File

Just a reminder just because people are in AA or NA does not mean they have stopped  drinking or doing drugs. 

Man admits driving drunk after AA meeting

10:58 AM Wednesday Jun 12, 2013

By Kurt Bayer @KurtBayerAPNZ , Cullen Smit

A repeat drink-driver who blew more than twice the legal limit after being stopped on the way home from an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting has pleaded guilty today.

Campbell Geoffrey Armstrong, 39, who has three drink-driving convictions, was stopped by police in Canterbury last week while riding a BMW motorbike. Continue reading

‘Face Gnawer’ of Women Sentenced to AA Meetings after Pleading Guilty to Terrorist Threats, Indecent Exposure and More

Oh God help us! Man who tackled women and gnawed thier faces, broke into a house, hit an EMT personal is mandated to AA Meetings. PLEASE,PLEASE do not send your kids or teens to AA/NA meetings. You never know who you will be sitting next to and told to hug and hold hands.

  • ‘Face gnawer’ is sentenced

  • Receives 90 days to 23 ½ months in prison
  • By Kelly Waters    Updated May. 2, 2013
  • — A man accused of gnawing at a woman’s face is now in jail.

    On Thursday morning in the Wayne County Courthouse, Richard Cimino, 21, was sentenced for an incident that occurred on Sept. 7, 2012.

    His total sentence from Judge Raymond Hamill is 90 days to 23-1/2 years in prison at the Wayne County Correctional Facility. Cimino also has to pay the cost of prosecution, pay $15,693.11 in restitution at a minimum of $200 a month, pay a $50 per month supervision fee, refrain from the use of drugs and alcohol, undergo drug and alcohol testing, attend a minimum of one AA meeting per week and pay a $200 fine for count 8, criminal mischief.

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Court Ordered AA Member Attempts To Remove Child from Elementary School

Winchester man charged for trying to take child from school

Mandated AA Member James A. Tolson arrested for attempting to take child from elementary school. He had already been previosly mandated to AA.

Tolson is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday on his latest case. He was scheduled to be in Clark District Court Monday on a previous conviction for fourth-degree assault. He was convicted of alcohol intoxication, criminal mischief and assault in January after breaking out the windows of a woman’s car, pulling a knife and cutting her sister’s finger. He pleaded guilty, was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 150 of them conditionally discharged and was ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and anger management classes

Winchester man charged for trying to take child from school

By Kendall Sparks  May 2, 2013
A Winchester man has been arrested after he went to Central Elementary School this morning and attempted to check out a child Continue reading

AA Member Investment Broker Nicholas Polito Sentenced to Prison In Ponzi Scheme

AA Member Nicholas Polito sent to prison for ripping off his clients at PNC Bank in Ponzi  scheme.

Prison Term, Restitution For Bank Fraud Scheme

Posted on: 11:54 am, April 29, 2013, by 

WILKES-BARRE — A former investment broker who admitted to swindling more than a half million dollars from his clients learned his fate Monday.

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Teacher Had Sex With Students Gets AA Get Out Of Jail Early Card

<b>DAY 3:</b> Stacy Schuler talks with a family member during a break in her trial.

Teacher turned AA member was jailed after recieving 16 felony counts of sexual battery and three misdemeanor counts of providing alcohol to minors, which were her students. While in jail she attended AA Meetings. She requested early release that was granted provided she continue her ” drug and alcohol treatment and counseling for sex offenders”. Hopefully your teenager wont be sitting next to this X-teacher, mentally ill sex offender.

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AA Member Mark Kerrigan Wants To Go Back To Jail

AA Member Mark Kerrigan wanted to go back to jail, instead of finishing out his probation. Part of his probation is to attend AA meetings for physically attacking his father, who died during the struggle. Do you think Mark Kerrigan just might prefer jail than being forced to go to AA meetings? Continue reading

Woman Mandated to AA Meetings For Stabbing Boyfriend With a Kitchen Knife

Jessica Sampson charged with stabbing her boygriend twice is mandated to AA meetings. Another violent criminal sent to the rooms of AA.

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From The FIX-

The longer I’m in AA, the more it tends to annoy me. But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to be there. Can’t I be a member without being a zealot?

Sexual Assaults Against Minors In Alcoholics Anonymous Continue

From what I can tell, Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous has not done what is needed to prevent the continuation of the sexual abuse that take place against minors or adults with the groups.What guidance are they getting from AA/NA headquarters? Until these 12 step organizations take responsibly and deal with this horrific situation,do not send your teens or bring your children to meetings. They are not safe! All members are at risk-but the most vulnerable are the children and teenagers. AA of Daytona Beach Fl, should stop having your meetings in playgrounds! In Hollyland and Sunrise Park Holly Hill Fl both groups thumb their nose at the safety of children and the community so they can smoke and not pay rent. It is a disgrace.
Here is an AA member that has tried to bring awareness to this tragedy.It does not appear anyone is listening about the crimes committed against children in both AA and NA worldwide. This is a global problem with these organization. They refuse to take responsibility for what is happening in the rooms or parks.