Scientology's drug rehab network sued for conspiring to misuse counseling credentials - 2014-05-19

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F347.png Scientology's drug rehab network sued for conspiring to misuse counseling credentials May 19, 2014, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

And now, a year later, the NAFC is taking action. The lawsuit the NAFC filed Friday lists a huge number of defendants, as you'll see in the complaint itself, which we've posted below. Not only is Gary Smith in there, but so is Scientology leader David Miscavige - and we've seen in a Texas lawsuit how Scientology reacts when Miscavige is named as a defendant, with an army of lawyers and intense legal warfare.

But Taylor and the NAFC chose a law firm that already has considerable experience investigating Narconon - the lawsuit was filed by Gary Richardson's Tulsa firm. The former prosecutor is handling more than ten lawsuits against Narconon Arrowhead, including wrongful death claims filed on behalf of the families of three patients who died at the facility in 2011 and 2012.


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