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In 2015, Kamala Harris, then the Attorney General of California, filed second-degree murder charges against Jerrod Menz, the president of an accredited in-patient drug treatment center. Five years earlier, a client died only hours after being admitted to a company facility. The local coroner ruled the untimely death occurred from natural causes. However, a spiteful local competitor found an ally in an employee of a San Francisco area hedge fund shorting the company's publicly traded stock. W ...
 
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How did Kamala Harris murder an American success story? The final episode demonstrates how the forces attempting to destroy Jerrod Menz and his drug addiction treatment centers damaged his reputation and drove the company's stock price into the ground. California Attorney General Kamala Harris, and her Deputy AG, Hardy Gold, filed second-degree mur…
 
Charles "Rocky" Hill, a local competitor, had spent years trying to put Jerrod Menz and his drug addiction treatment companies out of business. After a client died soon after checking themselves into one of Menz's facilities in July of 2010, Hill developed a close relationship with California Deputy Attorney General Hardy Gold. Five years later, wh…
 
Jerrod Menz started A Better Tomorrow Treatment Centers in 2004 with one facility and 12 beds in Temecula, California. Like his mother, Menz was able to walk away from his own addiction to alcohol and drugs to help others. In a few short years, the company had multiple drug and alcohol in-patient centers with about 70 beds. However, Menz's aggressi…
 
Like his mother, at an early age Jerrod Menz found himself going down the slippery slope of drug and alcohol addiction. Fortunately, he participated in a 12-step program and was sober by the age of 21. Menz arrived in California to work alongside his mother in her drug treatment program. After working for other treatment facilities, he opened A Bet…
 
Jerrod Menz started a drug addiction treatment center in 2004. Eleven years later, his company had merged with another, forming American Addiction Centers. In 2015, then California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed second-degree murder charges against Menz and his former company over a client's untimely death. Here's the story of how a competito…
 
In 2015, Kamala Harris, then the Attorney General of California, filed second-degree murder charges against Jerrod Menz, the president of an accredited in-patient drug treatment center. Five years earlier, a client died only hours after being admitted to a company facility. The local coroner ruled the untimely death occurred from natural causes. Ho…
 
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