Mass. Crime Lab Accused Of Altering Results to Secure Sentences, 34,000 Drug Cases Th

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    The article accuses one worker who illegally accessed the lab to alter thousands of items of evidence. I see nothing that says it was a coordinated concoction by the entire lab, or that it was lab policy.

    What is to be done with these solitary workers with some kind of mission?
     
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    I would be all in favor of death by crucifixion.
     
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    So's dey can get outta jail an' go on Obamacare...
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    'Smart on Crime' Means Get Out of Jail for Thousands of Drug Offenders
    April 22, 2014 -- President Obama signed legislation four years ago to reduce "unfair disparities" in drug sentences, but even so, "there are still too many people in federal prison who were sentenced under the old regime," Attorney General Eric Holder said on Monday.
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    HHS: People 'Leaving Incarceration' May Enroll in Obamacare
    April 22, 2014 -- Open enrollment in the Obamacare exchanges is closed for 2014, but healthcare.gov wants Americans to know, "You may still have options to get health coverage this year."

     

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