Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Fake drugs bought from 'walk-in'

The Norvascgate trial is adjourned until December 22 when closing arguments will be made. The defense will not call any witnesses.

Based on what has been published, I think the pharmacist is going to be found guilty of some charge. Even if you buy his story, he recklessly put the public in danger when he purchased these fake pharmaceuticals from a random guy who walked in the pharmacy and dispensed them to patients as medicine. That is not acceptable at any level.

From the Hamilton Spectator:
The defence will call no evidence at the trial of Abadir Nasr, the Hamilton pharmacist accused of selling fake and unauthorized heart drugs to the public.

Lawyer Dean Paquette told Ontario Court Justice Richard Jennis the defence will rely upon the evidence provided by the Crown, including approximately 45 witnesses and 200 exhibits. ...more

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