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December 1, 2012

Meningitis outbreak spurs grand jury subpoenas of Massachusetts pharmacy

  • 36 people killed at least, across nineteen states, from steroid injections carrying fungal meningitis. Reports today reveal that a federal grand jury has issued subpoenas to employees of the New England Compounding Center (NECC), the pharmacy where the tainted vials were produced. Employees of Medical Sales Management of Framingham, the company which managed the NECC’s sales, have reportedly also received subpoenas. source
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Richard Nixon’s grand jury testiomny on Watergate released
Happy Richard Nixon day! At least that may reflect the feelings of some journalists, historians, or really anybody with a passion for perusing formerly secret documents. The release today comes thanks to requests made by Stanley Kutler, a Watergate-era historian. He says he’s excited to read the testimony, since before the grand jury Nixon had none of his advisers or handlers to help him along — “Nixon unplugged,” as Kutler puts it. Though it’s already been reported that the testimony yields no new bombshells or admissions by Nixon, we still think this is pretty cool. You can read the files (PDF) through the source link, or download them directly from the Government Printing Office website. (photo via Flickr’s Hunter-Desportes) source
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Happy Richard Nixon day! At least that may reflect the feelings of some journalists, historians, or really anybody with a passion for perusing formerly secret documents. The release today comes thanks to requests made by Stanley Kutler, a Watergate-era historian. He says he’s excited to read the testimony, since before the grand jury Nixon had none of his advisers or handlers to help him along — “Nixon unplugged,” as Kutler puts it. Though it’s already been reported that the testimony yields no new bombshells or admissions by Nixon, we still think this is pretty cool. You can read the files (PDF) through the source link, or download them directly from the Government Printing Office website. (photo via Flickr’s Hunter-Desportes) source

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