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A bankruptcy judge has extended until March an injunction shielding members of the Sackler family, who own Purdue Pharma, from opioid lawsuits

Members of the Sackler family who have been sued over the opioid crisis are shielded from legal action and Purdue Pharma has asked to extend that until March

A group of people with claims against Purdue Pharma is asking a bankruptcy judge to lift a stay that prevents them from suing members of the Sackler family, who own the company

The Big Tobacco analogy is good, but you can also find parallels in the Oxycontin crisis. This was the Sackler/Purdue Pharma playbook, too.

When social scientists investigate conspiracists, they find people whose beliefs are the result of real trauma (like losing a loved one to opiods) and real conspiracies (the Sackler family and other Big Pharma barons suborning their regulators). 12/

US urged to criminally charge Sackler family, other pharma execs for opioid crisis

If the billionaire Sacklers get their way in court, as they are likely to do, the bankruptcy settlement could shield the Sackler family from all future claims — and influence whether they are subject to criminal liability, writes @natashalennard .

For those familiar with bankruptcy law, it was immediately clear that Purdue Pharma's filing was just the latest move by Purdue executives and its owners, members of the Sackler family, to evade justice and dodge accountability, writes @natashalennard .

If the billionaire Sacklers get their way in court, as they are likely to do, the bankruptcy settlement could shield the Sackler family from all future claims — and influence whether they are subject to criminal liability, writes @natashalennard .

If the billionaire Sacklers get their way in court, as they are likely to do, the bankruptcy settlement could shield the Sackler family from all future claims — and influence whether they are subject to criminal liability, writes @natashalennard .

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People die from opioids in America at a rate of approximately 130 people per day. This epidemic was not generated by illegal drugs across the borders. It began with Purdue Pharma — their manufacturing — and marketing of Oxycontin. Right here in America. The Sackler family.

N.Y. AG: We found $1 billion in Sackler wire transfers, Purdue Pharma owners are 'lowballing' opioid victims

The Sackler family has made billions of dollars selling opioids. Their greed, which is killing Americans, must end.

The corporate greed of the Sackler family killed thousands and ruined the lives of millions. It’s unacceptable that Purdue Pharma could escape full public accountability through corporate bankruptcy, and its executives who broke the law should go to prison.

Here's the business model: • Flood the country with painkillers • Lie about the addictive effects • Start opioid epidemic • Cut a deal, admit no wrongdoing • Hide money in Swiss bank accounts The billionaire Sackler family must be held criminally liable for their greed.

The Louvre in Paris has removed the name of the Sackler family from its walls, becoming the first major museum to erase its public association with the philanthropist family linked with the opioid crisis in the U.S.

BLOCKBUSTER: Sackler embraced plan to conceal OxyContin’s strength from doctors, sealed testimony shows

More proof that Sackler and Purdue Pharmaceutical made deliberate decision to hook people on OxyContin just to profit off their addiction. Now they should pay for their treatment.

Members of the Sackler family, which owns the company that makes OxyContin, directed years of efforts to mislead doctors and patients about the dangers of the powerful opioid painkiller, a court filing citing previously undisclosed documents contends

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