There's so much back-and-forth in this controversial case.
In fact, some think the cops might be flat-out lying
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A Scientologist rehab center in Oklahoma is under fire for allegedly causing the deaths of at least four patients — but they're not the only ones.
Celeb Scientologist John Travolta has been supporting Narconon Arrowhead for years, and the families of the dead are just as upset with him.
Grieving mother Connie Werninck's daughter was among those who died while under the facility's care. She has settled her lawsuit out of court, but she had some choice words for the Grease star. She said:
"If I could talk directly to John Travolta, I would tell him the program he is supporting is responsible for killing my daughter!"
Connie may be done fighting, but three other families have wrongful death suits against the facility, pending an investigation into its methods.
A rep for John Travolta and his wife Kelly Preston says all they did was host a fundraiser and aren't in any way responsible for anything that happened.
The Church itself also attests a lack of responsibility. A rep said:
"There was nothing that the Church of Scientology did, or failed to do, which caused or contributed to the fatalities at Narconon Arrowhead."
Sounds like no one is responsible. But then why are four people dead?
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