Pharmacist In NECC Meningitis Outbreak Gets 8 Years In PrisonThe pharmacist convicted in connection with a deadly 2012 meningitis outbreak was sentenced to eight years in prison on Wednesday.
Pharmacist Acquitted Of Murder In 2012 Meningitis OutbreakA Massachusetts pharmacist charged in a deadly meningitis outbreak has been cleared of murder.
Trial Of Pharmacist Charged In Meningitis Outbreak BeginsGlenn Chin is charged with second-degree murder, conspiracy and other crimes under federal racketeering law. He was the supervisory pharmacist at the New England Compounding Center in Framingham.
Juror: Most Of Jury Wanted To Convict Pharmacy Exec. Of 2nd Degree MurderJuror William Magalhaes said most of the jury wanted to convict Barry Cadden of second-degree murder, but they didn't deliberate until it became unanimous.
NECC Owner Sentenced To 9 Years In Prison For Deadly Meningitis OutbreakBarry Cadden was acquitted of second-degree murder charges under federal racketeering law but was convicted of conspiracy and fraud charges.
Keller @ Large: Barry Cadden Is Not A Caring VictimThe head of that sleazy compounding firm beats the murder rap, but when his lawyer tries to paint him as a caring victim, Jon says that's going too far.
NECC Co-Founder Not Guilty Of Murder, Convicted Of Racketeering In Meningitis OutbreakThe former head of a Massachusetts pharmacy was convicted Wednesday of racketeering and other charges over a meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people across the country.
Lawyers Trade Blame In Meningitis Outbreak TrialThe former president of a compounding pharmacy blamed for a deadly meningitis outbreak in 2012 put "profits over patients" a prosecutor told jurors Monday in a federal racketeering trial.
Prosecutor: NECC Co-Founder Put 'Profits Over Patients'A federal prosecutor told jurors Monday that the former president of a compounding pharmacy blamed for a national meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people put "profits over patients."
NECC Owner Gets Probation, Fine For Financial CrimesThe majority owner of a Massachusetts pharmacy blamed for a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak has been sentenced to a year of probation and fined $4,500 for financial crimes.
AG's Office Offers Compensation Funds To NECC VictimsA $40 million special victims fund has been created for individuals who affected by contaminated steroid injections from the now defunct New England Compounding Center.
Couple Pleads Guilty In NECC Deadly Meningitis Outbreak ProbeA couple from Dedham will plead guilty Friday afternoon in the federal investigation of a Framingham compounding pharmacy at the center of a deadly 2012 meningitis outbreak.