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Why?
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post #33 of 72
Not surprising at all
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post #34 of 72

damn thats a lot of drug tests to be ******* up 

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post #35 of 72
I read it again for motive and hoping she was just retarded and never knew how to do it right, but nah. What the ****.
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she should have to do all the time of the people she put in prison

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post #38 of 72
Can't wait for da looming census
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post #39 of 72
This ***** crazy. How is she free? All the fools "vouching" are just afraid of the dirt she got on them.
post #40 of 72
I have a feeling a similar scam has taken place here in Vancouver with drivers licenses.
There just has to be a plant on the inside to account for the chaos.

Seriously tho, there are so many laws where people get absolutely overcharged and then cases like this that leave you wondering why the person is walking the streets instead of being locked under the jail.
post #41 of 72

:| :x 

 

so many lives ruined >: 

 

stuff like this :{ and how now she's walking free 

 

 

 

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post #42 of 72
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A Massachusetts chemist who faked over 20,000 thousand drug analyses ruined countless lives says Carl Williams of the ACLU


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post #43 of 72
I can't even think of punishment that would fit sending 20K innocent souls to hell on earth. mean.gif Its really starting to look ok like "the man" got comfortable and lazy and all their bs is coming to the surface.
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post #44 of 72

she should be stoned to death

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post #45 of 72
I told people to never trust trinidadians.

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Epic Drug Lab Scandal Results in More Than 20,000 Convictions Dropped

by JON SCHUPPE
 

A mass dismissal of wrongful convictions ─ perhaps the biggest ever ─ unfolded in a Boston courthouse on Tuesday, as prosecutors in seven Massachusetts counties dropped more than 21,000 low-level drug cases tainted by the work of a rogue lab chemist.

 

The number of corrupted convictions was so unwieldy that the district attorneys used compact discs to deliver lists of cases they were dropping and those they believed they could successfully re-prosecute.

 

By day's end, just a few hundred cases involving the disgraced chemist, Annie Dookhan, remained. The exact number may not be clear until Wednesday, when the court finishes processing the lists. The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, which fought for the dismissals, did its own tally and came up with 320 cases dropped from a total 21,907.

 

 

Defense lawyers hailed the dismissals as a triumph over a system that valued convictions over due process.

 

"This was a mistake that comes from the war on drugs," said Carl Williams, an ACLU lawyer.

 

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Annie Dookhan is escorted to a cruiser outside her home in Franklin, Massachusetts, in 2012. Bizuayehu Tesfaye / AP, file

 

Prosecutors said they decided to re-prosecute defendants with lengthy criminal histories. But they also stressed that the abandoned cases involved people with long records and those who likely committed the offenses for which they were convicted ─ often as the result of more serious crimes. Most pleaded guilty before

Dookhan's misdeeds came to light in 2012, prosecutors said.

 

"If there had been evidence that any of these defendants was actually innocent, we would not have hesitated to dismiss the case outright and exonerate the defendant immediately," Daniel Conley, the district attorney in Suffolk County, which includes Boston, said in a statement.

 

Conley said he'd decided to pursue 117 of the 15,570 cases undermined by Dookhan's work.

 

The dismissals capped a five-year legal fight, longer than it took to discover, prosecute and punish Dookhan, who worked at the William A. Hinton State Laboratory Institute in Boston. She admitted to tampering with evidence, forging test results and lying about it. The former lab tech served three years in prison before being released last year.

 

Why Dookhan did it remains somewhat of a mystery. Investigators and former colleagues have said the Trinidadian immigrant seemed driven by a compulsion to overachieve, even if it meant making things up or cutting corners. She became the lab's most prolific analyst, a record that impressed her supervisors but also worried her co-workers — a concern that went overlooked, investigators found.

 

The prosecutors fought for a way to preserve the convictions, and leave it to the defendants to challenge them. But civil rights groups and defense lawyers argued for all the cases to be dropped, saying that was the only way to ensure justice. In January, the state's high court chose its own solution, ruling that district attorneys should focus on a small subset of cases it wanted to retry, and drop the rest.

 

The prosecutors delivered their answers individually Tuesday at the Suffolk County Courthouse in Boston.

 

Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn III, from south of Boston, said that he would pursue 112 of more than 1,500 cases in which drugs were analyzed by Dookhan.

 

In Essex County, north of the city, authorities dropped 5,160 cases and said it would re-prosecute 55, authorities said.

 

Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe said his office would keep one case and drop 1,067.

 

"Some are having their case dismissed because we believe that the integrity of the system of justice is more important than their conviction," O'Keefe said in a statement. "Others whose cases are of significance and can be proven independent of the actions of this chemist will not be dismissed."

 

But defense lawyers and civil rights advocates said the dubious convictions made it difficult for defendants to find jobs and housing or to obtain student loans.

 

Some defendants were convicted of more serious crimes, and the drug convictions were used to stiffen their sentences, the lawyers say. In other cases, non-citizens were threatened with deportation.

 

Lab scandals have undermined thousands of convictions in eight states in the past decade, according to data maintained by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. The Dookhan case isn't the only one riling Massachusetts; a second scandal, at a second lab, involving a chemist who admitted to doing drugs while on the job, has threatened thousands more convictions.

 

The Dookhan case has also illuminated an effort to tighten up operations at America's criminal drug labs. As the criminal justice system has grown more reliant on the work of forensic laboratories, scientists have pressed for all labs to be professionally accredited, a process that would require outside reviews ─ steps that experts say could have identified Dookhan's misdeeds much earlier.

 

"I think the situation might have been different at an accredited lab because there would have been more eyes looking," said Jack Mario, a retired seized-drug laboratory chemist who acted as a consultant in the Dookhan investigation.

 

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/epic-drug-lab-scandal-results-more-20-000-convictions-dropped-n747891


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post #47 of 72

There needs to be a larger investigation. I have a hard time believing just one person is responsible.

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There needs to be a larger investigation. I have a hard time believing just one person is responsible.

They know this is system wide. It's insane how much corruption is in our "justice system". If you're bored, listen to this.

"They" ruined this man's name over some bs and knew it was bs.
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There needs to be a larger investigation. I have a hard time believing just one person is responsible.

 

They found the fall "guy" there won't be another investigation until another person fouls up and gets caught

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Investigators and former colleagues have said the Trinidadian immigrant seemed driven by a compulsion to overachieve, even if it meant making things up or cutting corners. She became the lab's most prolific analyst, a record that impressed her supervisors but also worried her co-workers — a concern that went overlooked, investigators found


Felt the need to point ^^ out as the thread title is misleading.



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thread title is not misleading she did it on purpose

 

at the behest of prosecutors who wanted convictions off bogus findings, they are just as guilty and should go to jail

 

it dont matter if she was doing it to brownnose she was doing it on purpose

 

sounds like she was hoping for a come up

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Investigators and former colleagues have said the Trinidadian immigrant seemed driven by a compulsion to overachieve, even if it meant making things up or cutting corners. She became the lab's most prolific analyst, a record that impressed her supervisors but also worried her co-workers — a concern that went overlooked, investigators found


Felt the need to point ^^ out as the thread title is misleading.



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Investigators and former colleagues have said the Trinidadian immigrant seemed driven by a compulsion to overachieve, even if it meant making things up or cutting corners. She became the lab's most prolific analyst, a record that impressed her supervisors but also worried her co-workers — a concern that went overlooked, investigators found


Felt the need to point ^^ out as the thread title is misleading.



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intention of why she did it wasn't ostensibly rooted in prejudice, but of self career aggrandizement.

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ya dont got da answers b

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ya dont got da answers b

updates beg to differ...there goes your angle ehh? laugh.gif

either way ol girl displayed a gross negligence in handling da lives of innocent folks and her ruined reputation is well deserved.
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Investigators and former colleagues have said the Trinidadian immigrant seemed driven by a compulsion to overachieve, even if it meant making things up or cutting corners. She became the lab's most prolific analyst, a record that impressed her supervisors but also worried her co-workers — a concern that went overlooked, investigators found


Felt the need to point ^^ out as the thread title is misleading.



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intention of why she did it wasn't ostensibly rooted in prejudice, but of self career aggrandizement.

I didn't​ gather any intent from the thread title so I wasn't mislead, I even ask her motives in here and I'm sure the majority read it that way as well. Fact is minorities were the ones overwhelmingly affected by her misguided attempt at a career climb. I don't see the mislead unless you chose to jump the gun and not understand what's being read. Sensationalist? Absolutely, but this is a sensational headline made even more so that it's actual facts. Mother **** the semantics.
post #57 of 72
Ninja showing up to play devils advocate in a thread about someone doing harm to black people... shocker.

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post #58 of 72
She kinda cute?


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Ninja showing up to play devils advocate in a thread about someone doing harm to black people... shocker.

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Only thing she slated for is cross eyed auntie porn.
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