In an unexpected lawsuit, federal officials claim that Gilead Sciences willfully disregarded government patents on medicines necessary to end the AIDS epidemic.
He said he’d rather die than live with the shame of convicting innocent men. He survived, and is facing charges.
William Avant was crushed to death by 13 employees of a South Carolina mental hospital in January.
They did not report his death until this month.
They dogpiled him to restrain him. He couldn’t breathe.
No one checked his condition.
His death was ruled homicidal suffocation.
No one was charged. Because they didn’t know any better.
Or maybe, like police officers or corporation executives, hospital staff don’t go to jail for malpractice.
I wonder if Trump got a cut, not just of this, but other administration members’ rackets.
According to an NYT investigation, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has “repeatedly used her connections and celebrity status in China to boost the profile” of her family’s shipping company. This has resulted in the company seeking benefits from the expansive industrial policies in Beijing.
Barbara Erni stole from countless inns thanks to a chest with a secret hidden within.
Peter Zhu, the cadet who died last week, dreamed of having children. His parents said a court order to retrieve his sperm was their last chance.
If you’re looking for loopholes, you’re trying to get away with something. If you’re trying to get away with something for personal gain, you know it’s unethical or illegal. If you don’t know it’s unethical or illegal, you’re still a loose cannon and should be stopped.