It's upsetting to me that she died in that place with no family or real friends there with her to comfort her. I pray that she rests in peace and is in a better place.
Annie was given the same treatment that Uwe Stuckenbrock received, that all Sea Org staff receive when they become too old, too sick, or too disabled to carry out the productions goals set out for them (and have no family willing to take them in & provide for their care.) Off-loaded Sea Orgers are remanded to the care of nursing homes, paid for by state & county funding, to care for indigents.
Likewise, Sea Org staff in Los Angeles that are in need of medical care are transported to the University of Southern California Medical Center, which has a contingency agreement with LA County Health Services Division, to provide basic medical services to the uninsured & undocumented citizens.
Markus, Uwe's brother, shared with me the spartan, near unsanitary, living conditions that indigent patients live under in these nursing homes. Graham Berry, who visited the nursing home, where Uwe lived his final days, said the conditions were horrible & disgusting, and that Uwe was hardly treated better in the nursing home than when fellow RPF'ers assisted him getting in & out of bed (a soiled mattress in the cold, dirty basement - where the boilers are housed - of Big Blue).
Because of HIIPA laws, nursing homes are prevented from releasing information about a patient in their care, unless it is an immediate family member requesting it. The cult banks on this policy to prevent any info from being released that could lead back to wrongdoing on the part of the cult. Fortunately, in Uwe's case, someone was able to connect with a sympathetic staff member of the nursing home & get details of Uwe's care & his final days.
Uwe did not die at peace or with a smile on his face. I suspect neither did Annie, or the countless others that the cult dumped into the laps of the county.