On Thursday, Judge Robert Drain of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in White Plains, N.Y. issued a ruling that will protect the nefarious Sackler family from liability in the wake of the opioid epidemic. Under the bankruptcy agreement, Purdue Pharma will pay $4.3 billion to settle opioid lawsuits, and the Sackler family will relinquish control of the company.
I wonder how many people who have eagerly received COVID-19 injections from Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson are aware that these are two of the largest criminal organizations in the world?
The pharmaceutical industry as a whole is the largest criminal cartel in the world, with no serious competitors.
(The Free Thought Project) An Oklahoma judge ruled that Johnson & Johnson must pay a $572 million penalty for allegedly helping to fuel the opioid epidemic with irresponsible marketing practices. →