If somebody dies, even in drug rehab, shouldn’t it be a potential crime?
Activists acknowledge that drug use can be lethal. But rehabs charge huge money for safe recovery. When they fail, criminal charges are rare.
With enormous hope, Gail and Warwick Dunnett sent their son Harrison — a rapper, poet and musician who struggled with learning disabilities — to an addiction treatment center in Pasadena to get well. Harrison, 20, was giddy over his acceptance to the Los Angeles College of Music, and eager to start the next phase of his life.
He had good insurance, so rehab centers were eager to have him as a customer. Soon, he was offered $800 by a “body broker” to jump ship and go to a center in Chatsworth. He did, but soon left that one as well: Romance had blossomed, and at the Chatsworth center intimacy between clients was forbidden. The couple landed next at Casa Bella in Laguna Beach on Dec. 29, 2016. Two days later, New Year’s Eve, Harrison Dunnett was dead.
Read the full article from the Orange County Register……..Article by Teri Sforza