1,322 pages, mainly covering FBI’s investigation into violations of prisoners’ civil rights during and after the retaking of the prison.
Flashback from the archives, one of my favorite posts:
The Constitutions of 440 Native American Tribes
These documents had been scattered far & wide, and the vast majority had never appeared online.
Always a good sign when your pharma company opts to do business by phone so as not to leave a “paper trail.”
Like it’s…the Genovese family.
(This from 2008).
Nothing to see here:
“Purdue’s top-paid physician consultant in Massachusetts at the time, Walter Jacobs, had a patient on TWENTY-FOUR pills of 80mg OxyContin per day.”
This filing is damning not just because it documents the Sackler clan directing the marketing push for Oxy – but directing it very recently, *in the face of an already raging opioid crisis*. When states tried to pass bills to curb abuse, the Sacklers & Purdue pushed to kill them:
Doctors often insist their medical judgment would never be swayed by the boondoggles and other inducements of Pharma companies. According to this filing, Purdue’s budget just for meals bought for doctors who prescribe opioids was *$9 million a year*