DOX: Scientology drug rehab center found deficient after a 2010 California death - 2014-09-11

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F347.png DOX: Scientology drug rehab center found deficient after a 2010 California death September 11, 2014, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Well here's a shock. A patient at Scientology's Watsonville, California drug rehab clinic, Narconon of Northern California, was rushed to an emergency room and died, the state later investigated the clinic and substantiated seven deficiencies — several of them major — and the clinic apparently suffered no penalty at all.

That's pretty shocking, considering what's been happening in the rest of the Narconon system in the years since that 2010 death was investigated in early 2012. Additional patient deaths in Georgia, Michigan, and Oklahoma — where three patients died in only a nine-month period — have led to multiple government investigations and numerous lawsuits.

The incident in California somehow managed to stay under the radar — it hasn't been mentioned in any of recent lawsuits filed against the Watsonville facility by Las Vegas attorney Ryan Hamilton, for example.


{{cite news | first = Tony | last = Ortega | title = DOX: Scientology drug rehab center found deficient after a 2010 California death | url = https://tonyortega.org/2014/09/11/scientologys-drug-rehab-system-was-investigated-for-a-2011-california-death/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = September 11, 2014 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}