Scientology's Brent Jones & 'Real Water' horror: kids needed liver transplants, attorney says - 2021-03-17
This story out of Nevada is much, much worse than you may have already heard.
We spoke with Will Kemp, the Las Vegas attorney who filed a lawsuit for a family whose child's liver nearly failed, and they are accusing the makers of "Real Water," an alkaline water we've told you about many times in the past, of being the cause.
The news that Real Water is being blamed for some sicknesses and that a lawsuit has been filed by Kemp has been reported in outlets like the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Gizmodo, but for some reason only the story by the Associate Press named the company's owner, former Nevada legislator Brent Jones.
Jones told the AP that he's asking stores not to sell Real Water until the problem is resolved. "Our goal is to diligently work with the FDA to achieve a swift resolution," Jones said in a statement.
However, what Kemp tells us hasn't come out yet in any of the other stories is that among the children who "recovered" from the contamination there were at least two who underwent liver transplants.