Fine! I am going to leave!
[Get on with it!--Ed.]
Right, I stumble'd upon a case I had, regrettably, forgotten about. From the Daily Mail Boston Herald because the Globe is too busy blaming Bush for Brady swearing which led to Ship Stain to feel unloved.
--J.D.The two Framingham pharmacy executives now facing the prospect of life in prison on 25 “white-collar” murder charges in the deadly meningitis outbreak are due back in court today to fight a detention order in a sweeping racketeering case that prosecutors say is the largest of its kind.
Barry Cadden, the owner of now-shuttered New England Compounding Center, and supervising pharmacist Glenn Chin, top the list of 14 former employees and directors hauled into court yesterday in connection with the 2012 deaths of 64 people and sickening of more than 750 people in 20 states.
U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz said the “unprecedented tragedy” has spurred a rare racketeering case — the biggest in the nation’s history involving contaminated drugs — charging Cadden and Chin with 25 acts of second-degree murder in seven states, alleging they showed an “extreme disregard for human life.”
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NECC officials are accused of shortening the required sterilization time for drugs, and shipping expiring and untested drugs with fake labels across the country. Working in what Ortiz called “filthy” labs, they also used fake names — including “Method Man,” “Samuel Adams” and “Tony Tiger” — to mask the bulk production of some batches.
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