A Fort Worth man has been sentenced to prison for forcing patients to stay at what police called an “unorthodox” rehab program.
A Fort Worth man has been sentenced to prison for forcing patients to stay at what police called an “unorthodox” rehab program. McClatchy file photo
A Fort Worth man has been sentenced to prison for forcing patients to stay at what police called an “unorthodox” rehab program. McClatchy file photo

Man sentenced for actions involving barbaric rehab program

June 28, 2017 2:12 PM

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