Pharmaceutical executive to face criminal charges in landmark case

Federal prosecutors charged executives of the Rochester Drug Cooperative Tuesday, the first criminal charges against a drug distributor in the nation’s ongoing opioid crisis.

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26 thoughts on “Pharmaceutical executive to face criminal charges in landmark case

  1. Title couldn't say Lawrence Doud, huh? Pitch Meeting: It's hard to find any information on this case and there isn't many talking about it, so I guess we'll talk about this man, but let the case blow in the wind, so that we can at least say we tried. Although, we're journalists. 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿

  2. no no no no, profits over the health of Americans. Americans are to be exploited and if they die in the efforts to make a profit than that capitalism at work. How else will the treasury ever build if we don't allow profit at the expense of American. After all these people that use these opiates truly want to die anyways. It's passive suicidality. You only have to look at cigarette smoking and alcohol drinking and God knows what else. So I say let's pump opiates out there, make campaign contributions and everybody will be happy..

  3. But should we also blame the doctors who gave them prescriptions that people didn't need? They are also part of the problem in my opinion. People would not have access to it unless prescribed by doctors.

  4. Next we bring in the doctors and pharmacies. The only way to stop this abuse is to make it expensive for the greedy bastards who have grown this epidemic to line their pockets….check out the hospitals too….post surgery they're administering these awful drugs when there are equally effective, less dangerous drugs available.

  5. This is so fucking stupid. When will we as Americans get honest about drugs? When will we expect some personal accountability? To blame a drug company or an executive for someone who has overdosed due to addiction will not fix a damn thing.

  6. It’s always the suppliers, if the Doctors stop seeing the American people as one more paycheck all this wrong prescription an lack of real medicine you would only have one doctor visit not over prescriptions and constant doctor visits a Good Doctor would not want you back in his office. Think about, Money is why they become doctors not health, I can get better Heath service in a 3rd world country for pennies an medicine without the extra bull shit.

  7. Love how everyone is blaming the company. They made a product & the PEOPLE misused it. If it WAS used correctly, there wouldn't BE a opioid crisis.
    The ONLY thing separating us FROM the animals is OUR ability to control OURSELVES!!
    NOW THEREIN LIES THE PROBLEM!!!!!

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