The Time a Pharma Giant Dumped HIV Tainted Drugs on a Population
A horrific case of corruption can help people in appreciating just how backwards the “war on drugs” is.
While Americans are arrested and placed in for-profit prisons for having a plant that the US government deems illegal, pharmaceutical giants are free, apparently, to dump tainted medications into populations.
In this case, the medication was tainted with HIV.
Do you think the government stopped it and arrested people involved in the operation?
The video explains it all.
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