Tag Archives: Orchid Cellmark

Amnesty for admitting prosecutorial misconduct, and other conviction corruption solutions.

In the email below, I detailed specific actions that parties on the public payroll that are participating in conviction corruption – either directly or indirectly – must take. It was my job decades ago to walk into a warehouse or … Continue reading

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Did Jeff Ashton secretly promise leniency for Mitch Needelman?

Needelman wants trial moved out of Brevard | FLORIDA TODAY | floridatoday.com Former Brevard County Clerk of Courts Mitch Needelman wants his upcoming criminal trial moved to Orange County or another venue outside Brevard, citing pretrial publicity and the influence … Continue reading

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An immoral moral of a story …

Massachusetts charges two laboratories with health care fraud | The Pathology Blawg In just the last year, the state of Massachusetts was reported to be investigating Quest and LabCorp for possible Medicare fraud, settled with Calloway Labs for $20 million (again involving urine drug … Continue reading

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Congressionally hog-tied, completely ineffectual government

LabCorp sues National Labor Relations Board | The Pathology Blawg The appellate court in the Noel Canning case decided President Obama’s recess appointments of two people to the NLRB were invalid as the appointments did not occur during a constitutionally-recognized … Continue reading

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NYT ignores imminent wrongful execution to play spin the IP

Questions for Mississippi Doctor After Thousands of Autopsies – NYTimes.com During the past several months, in courthouses around Mississippi, four new petitions have been quietly submitted on behalf of people in prison arguing that they were wrongfully convicted on the … Continue reading

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Dear employees – I demand action.

IRS Criticised Over Its Tax Refund Identity Fraud Detection Rate The IRS continues to allow multiple direct deposits to the same bank account. For example, the report identified numerous examples where criminals used a single physical address from which to … Continue reading

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LabCorp, MedTox … a match made in hell (a/k/a The Beltway)

Usually it’s easy to repost what The Pathology Blawg writes on WordPress. But not today. The post I wanted to draw attention to is titled “Third, fourth and fifth law firms announce investigation of MEDTOX Scientific.“ You really should read … Continue reading

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Shareholders independently investigating LabCorp for possible securities laws violations

Originally posted on The Pathology Blawg:
This is a press release stating that in addition to the federal investigation of fraud allegedly perpetrated by LabCorp, LabCorp’s own investors are investigating the company for federal securities violations.  The release also mentions…

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Palm Beach Post – unfair and unbalanced

Florida legislature keeps victims of government wrongdoing waiting for compensation “William Dillon, who now lives in Raleigh, N.C., will get $1.35 million for spending 27 years in prison for a murder the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office in 2008 proved he … Continue reading

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FTC published letter re LabCorp, Orchid Cellmark – too late, too lackluster

My guess is that Ohio’s Governor John Kasich isn’t going to be any happier than I am with the FTC Secretary Donald S. Clark’s portrayal of competition in forensic DNA testing, at least not after the governor is made aware … Continue reading

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