The biggest pill bust in American history & Navy sailors test positive for cocaine
Seven sailors have been expelled from a British Navy submarine after testing positive for cocaine. Are sailors assigned to a submarine armed with Tomahawks fit for service? Holland discusses this Dr Harlan Ullman, former Pentagon adviser and a Vietnam and Persian Gulf veteran. Then, 60 medical professionals in seven states are facing federal charges for illegal opioid sales, accused of writing more than 350,000 prescriptions for 32 million pills. A discussion with trial attorney and self-described “giant slayer and legal crusader” Robert Barnes. Many Bayer investors didn’t realize just how much litigation risk they were getting when the German company spent $63 billion to acquire Monsanto Co., the giant US seed and herbicide maker. Bayer slumped after a second major defeat in US litigation over claims that its Roundup weed killer causes cancer. What’s next for the plaintiffs? Holland speaks with Michael Baum, managing partner at the Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman law firm, and a member of the executive committee for the recently consolidated federal Monsanto Roundup lawsuits.