...Evanston Insurance Company, Narconon’s (former?) insurance carrier, has filed a civil lawsuit in Federal Court to request a declaratory judgement that would render their policy with Narconon of Georgia, Narconon International, and ABLE void ab initio – lawyer-speak for “void from the beginning” – meaning that Evanston would not be required to cover any of the legal costs or judgments against any of the entities named as defendants in the class action case. Narconon will be required to either find another provider, or cover the costs themselves. ...
So when are the FTC, FBI & IRS going to start getting serious about all the fraud related to $cientology and it's front groups that is coming out more and more every day???
AJC Christian Boone also reporting in, except it requires premium subscription this time:http://www.ajc.com/news/news/crime-law/scientology-affilated-drug-rehab-clinic-sued-by-in/nZrT6/
The suit by Evanston comes on the heels of a joint probe by the state insurance commissioner and Gwinnett County District Attorney Danny Porter into allegations that the center had filed nearly $3 million in fraudulent claims with insurance companies. The probe was launched after an Atlanta-Journal-Constitution investigation into claims by a mother of a former patient who said her insurer was billed $166,275 for doctor visits that never occurred and treatment that was never provided.“I don’t think there’s any doubt that there was some insurance fraud going on,” State Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens said in an interview last week. He said investigators have duplicated all of the hard drives seized in an April raid of Narconon’s offices and “We’re going through them one at a time. I think we’ve got an excellent case.
Unopposed MOTION for Extension of Time for Defendants...
ORDER granting the 15 Motion for Extension of Time to Answer.
Quote from: mefree on November 19, 2013, 18:59ORDER granting the 15 Motion for Extension of Time to Answer.Ha! The judge must have heard me.