Opioid Crisis Victims Seeking Vengeance Against Purdue Pharma L.P.

The opioid crisis is seeking vengeance against Purdue Pharma L.P. and associated debtors, but what about the Sackler Family? Patrick Radden Keefe, a staff writer at The New York Times, wrote ‘How Did the Sacklers Pull This Off?’ an article that explains and answers many questions several Americans have regarding the immunity that the Sackler family is receiving. Mr. Radden Keefe explains two scenarios, a small-time drug dealer facing consequences in federal prison for the sale and indirect purchase of fentanyl, versus the Sackler Family and their known history of addictive opioids who continued to market their drugs as non-addictive, while the death-toll relating to opioids climbed. The family is not only receiving immunity against any criminal charges, but they have also settled investigations without any retributions, instead agreeing to pay financially.

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