A DeKalb County judge has struck the answer of a Church of Scientology-linked drug rehab program that’s being sued for the heroin overdose death of a man while he was in treatment.
State Court Judge Stacey Hydrick on Monday issued the heavy sanction on Narconon of Georgia, saying the defendant “provided false, misleading written discovery responses and deposition testimony” in response to requests for evidence about claims that the rehab center ran an unsafe and unlicensed facility.
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