Former Narconon Investigator Says She Was Fired For Going Public - 2014-11-11
According to the lawsuit, their report "determined that the Narconon facility violated numerous state laws and recommended that the facility be shut down."
After that report aired, Kim Poff was fired again from her new job as an investigator with DHS. According to Rachel Bussett, Kimberly Poff's attorney, the day after the story aired, Poff's file was pulled at DHS and she was gone by the end of the week.
"This is retaliation and that's illegal," said Bussett.