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There is no getting around this age-old imagery. Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor and his former gang members at the disgraced drug maker should get the maximum sentences for their shameful roles in helping to foment an opioid crisis that has claimed countless lives and roiled an entire nation.

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  • That a boy Ed,
    I agree with you 100% !!!! Can we add the CEO’s of the PBM’s to those that should go to jail ? Sure it’s not an Opioid problem . But the PBM’s did fleece this country and
    every American out of BILLIONS of dollars . I think that deserves jail time too !!!!

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