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^^^
Oops! Thanks, Mary.
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Yes, this is an amazing document that reveals so much. Such corruption!! Poor Kim Poff, what they put her through for figuring all this out via research of Narconon's licensing attempts through out it's history in OK

btw, the above url is not hyperlinked correctly there . Here is the link 
https://tonyortega.org/2017/11/29/dox-sworn-testimony-that-a-us-state-was-too-afraid-to-take-on-the-church-of-scientology/#more-44264v
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In her deposition, Kimberly Poff claims Narconon Arrowhead should NEVER have been certified by ODMHSAS in the first place, based on her team's findings.

One quote from the deposition, and there's plenty more to unpack:

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Now I will say this, there were additional — this case truly was like no other that had ever taken place in the department. Certainly under my purview. But I can say absolutely had not ever occurred like that before. There were finalized reports. I turned in what I considered to be my final report in September 2012. There were ultimately changes made on that report made by me, I believe around January of 2013, which included an expanded scope that we had never done before. I was primarily involved in Chapter 15, which is consumer abuse, neglect, and mistreatment, as far as the consumer side. And then DMH polices, if they were strictly employee misconduct and sometimes they bleed over. We expanded that to include in these findings Chapter 18, which was the certifications policy. And I had not ever been involved in those types of findings before.


DOX: Sworn testimony that a U.S. state was too afraid to take on the Church of Scientology - The Underground Bunker - Tony Ortega

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What is it about the Church of Scientology that turns law enforcement and other government agencies into quivering cubes of human Jell-O?

How many times have we seen it? In 2009, the FBI launched an investigation of allegations of human trafficking at Scientology’s Sea Org bases. But after gathering reams of evidence from dozens of former Sea Org members, that investigation was dropped in 2010 without explanation. (We have a theory as to why the Justice Department lost its nerve.)

And in 2012, there seemed to be another golden opportunity for the government to take on Scientology. That July, a young woman named Stacy Murphy died at Narconon Arrowhead, Scientology’s drug rehab flagship operation, after the deaths of two other patients — Gabriel Graves and Hillary Holten — in a period of only nine months.

more athttps://tonyortega.org/2017/11/29/dox-sworn-testimony-that-a-us-state-was-too-afraid-to-take-on-the-church-of-scientology/#more-44264v
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State of Michigan passes the buck in A Forever Recovery carbon monoxide poisoning:http://glisteningquiveringunderbelly.blogspot.com/2017/11/no-state-requirement-to-report-mass.html
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Time for Michigan LARA to get serious about shutting them down!

 
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FORMER A FOREVER RECOVERY EMPLOYEES FILE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT SUIT IN U.S. DISTRICT COURT, SEEK CLASS ACTION STATUS FOR 100+ PLAINTIFFS! https://glisteningquiveringunderbelly.blogspot.com/2017/11/its-gas-gas-gas-carbon-monoxide-leak-at.html
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This is the State Law for Michigan:

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Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 125.1504d

Requires newly constructed boarding houses, hotels, motels and other residential buildings where occupants are primarily transient in nature to install an operational carbon monoxide device in each area where a mechanism is present that provides a common source of heat from a fossil-fuel-burning furnace, boiler or water-heater.

Local county, city, township, etc., laws can make the requirements tighter, but cannot waive the state requirement.
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Try Pennfield Township; they might have mechanical inspectors. (Never mind: didn't notice it was the former Tranquility Detox location and not AFR in Pennfield.)
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Damn. I wonder what the Michigan report on that will be like? "They opened a window, lit a candle and promised that it wouldn't happen again, so it's all good."

Don't the regulations require working carbon monoxide alarms?

At this point, you might be close on what the MI report will say. They give these  programs such slack on the complaints..   >:(

I wondered the same thing on the regs... so far I have not been able to find any specific requirement, neither from Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) nor Calhoun County/ Battle Creek. I will dig deeper tonight.
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