Claire Galofaro and Frances D'emilio, Associated Press Updated 9:14 pm PDT, Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Dr. Guido Fanelli, center, arrives with his lawyer Salvatore Coniglio, left, and an unidentified assistant at Parma's law court in northern Italy to answer magistrates' questions on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Fanelli allegedly took kickbacks from pharmaceutical executives to help push opioids in Italy. Police huddled for hours each day, headphones on, eavesdropping on the doctor. less Dr. Guido Fanelli, center, arrives with his lawyer Salvatore Coniglio, left, and an unidentified assistant at Parma's law court in northern Italy to answer magistrates' questions on Saturday, May 13, 2017. ... more Photo: Marco Vasini, AP Photo: Marco Vasini, AP Image 1 of / 27 Caption Close Image 1 of 27 … [Read more...] about AP Report: ‘Pain League’ allegedly pushed opioids in Italy
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By Reuters | February 12, 2019 at 10:14 am By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK, Feb 12 (Reuters) – The world’s most infamous cartel boss Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, who rose from poverty in rural Mexico to run a global drug empire and amass billions of dollars, was found guilty in a U.S. court on Tuesday of drug trafficking. Jurors in federal court in Brooklyn found Guzman, 61, guilty on all 10 counts. He faces a possible sentence of life in prison. One of the major figures in Mexican drug wars that have roiled the country since 2006, Guzman was extradited to the United States for trial in 2017 after he was arrested in Mexico the year before. Guzman sat and showed no emotion while the verdict was read. Once the jury left the room, he and his wife put their hands to their hearts and gave each other the thumbs up sign. Though other high-ranking cartel figures had been extradited previously, Guzman was the first to go to trial instead of pleading guilty. The trial, … [Read more...] about El Chapo guilty, faces possible life sentence
Published Feb. 12, 2019 Second of three parts Doug Myers was suspected of preying on children at a church in Alabama — but he went on to work at Southern Baptist churches in Florida before police arrested him. Timothy Reddin was convicted of possessing child pornography, yet he was still able to serve as pastor of a Baptist church in Arkansas. Charles Adcock faced 29 counts of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in Alabama. Then he volunteered as a worship pastor at a Baptist church in Texas. The sordid backgrounds of these Southern Baptist ministers didn't stop them from finding new jobs at churches and working in positions of trust. They're among at least 35 Southern Baptist pastors, youth ministers and volunteers who were convicted of sex crimes or accused of sexual misconduct but still were allowed to work at churches during the past two decades, an investigation by the San Antonio Express-News and the Houston Chronicle reveals. Some were suspected of misconduct but were … [Read more...] about Offend, then repeat
Editor’s Note: Ten days after this story about the death of Laura Levis was published on BostonGlobe.com, the leaders of Somerville hospital’s parent company, Cambridge Health Alliance, met with her husband, Peter DeMarco, at the Globe’s Boston office. DeMarco, who had talked about the story on NBC Nightly News and other outlets, had asked CHA nearly a month earlier to answer questions about his wife’s death. * * * SEPTEMBER 16, 2016, 4:23:59 A.M. 911 operator: “This line is recorded. Where is your emergency?” Laura: “I’m at Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “I’m sorry. Where are you?” Laura: “Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “OK, what’s the emergency?” Laura: “I’m having an asthma attack. I’m dying.” 911 operator: “Whereabouts are you at the hospital?” Laura: “Emergency room.” 911 operator: “OK.” Laura: … [Read more...] about Laura Levis was left to die outside an ER. Why were the doors locked?