The Sackler Family’s Murderous Enterprise
Murder is a harsh word
So, let’s define it so we’re all on the same page: the unlawful, premeditated killing of a human being by a human being.
What the Sacklers did in the operation of Purdue Pharma was certainly unlawful. They have confessed to as much. Premeditated, there is little doubt, as they knew OxyContin, their opioid pain relief drug, was killing addicts for the decades they produced it. That’s strike two.
Strike three (you’re out) is that Purdue is a corporation entirely owned by the Sacklers and, as we now know, the Supreme Court has equated corporations with ‘people.’ All Sacklers currently fill that definition, even though they are people we would hardly want to know. In fact they have moved out of New York City society for Florida, as none of their billionaire class seem anxious to come to their parties or attend charity events in their company.
Even New York socialites turned on the Sacklers
Fickle those good time friends when the times turn nasty. And the times certain…