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$11M Verdict for Suicide in Scientology Rehab

A California jury awarded $11-million to the family of 58-year-old John Cunningham who died by suicide at a residential treatment facility where he had been admitted for prescription drug addiction. The jury determined that the rehab clinics were negligent in failing to provide proper treatment, care, and supervision to Cunningham who ended up taking his own life.

Cunningham had checked into Redwood Cliffs, a rehab clinic in Watsonville, Calif. that follows the Narconon Program, which is formulated and adopted in conjunction with the doctrines, precepts and dictates of the Church of Scientology. Once Cunningham got there on August 14, 2015, based on the advice of administrators there, he was entrusted to the care of Bright Future Recovery in Hollister for the initial stages of his drug detoxification and withdrawal.

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