"It's my fault for not checking it out. This is something that I have to put an end to, this portion of it, since it was brought up to me. [Henley] gave me a couple of names, but not (founder and science fiction author) L. Ron Hubbard. There is no religious message in any of the materials and the only message of Mr. Hubbard is in connection with the discovery of the toxins. First off, I'm not happy that I wasn't fully informed, obviously, and two, that's something there that I can't be — the city can't be seen as promoting any type of religious activity."
-- Ken Miyagishima, Mayor of Las Cruces, New Mexico, who Scientology's Richard Henley tried to trick into using the cult's worthless "anti-drug" program for it's public schools - which emphasized "the godliness of study" - in an article by the Las Cruces Sun-News.