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From the Fiddaman Blog:

 

A Message From the UK Serious Fraud Office

 

GlaxoSmithKline plc investigation

27 May 2014

The Director of the SFO has opened a criminal investigation into the commercial practices of GlaxoSmithKline plc and its subsidiaries.

Whistleblowers are valuable sources of information to the SFO in its cases.  We welcome approaches from anyone with inside information on all our cases including this one - we can be contacted through our secure and confidential reporting channel, which can be accessed via the SFO website.

 

Bob Fiddaman writes


"I actually went out and purchased a bottle of wine last night on the strength of this latest news....

 

...The MHRA's four year investigation into GlaxoSmithKline failed on a catastrophic level.

Alistair Benbow, who was then Head of European Psychiatry at GSK, claimed on National TV that Seroxat could be safe in children even though his company did not have a licence to recommend it to children.

All the SFO need to do is request disclosure from GSK. Emails, documents and, more importantly, the notes taken by GSK's pharmaceutical reps during their visits to doctors and psychiatrists. Did Glaxo's UK reps offer the same incentives to British doctors as GSK's American, Chinese, Polish and Iraqi reps did?

Once they have these in their possession then I'm sure they will be able to retrace who said what and who they said it to....

 

...The SFO will, no doubt, face tough opposition from the current UK government. Deals may be struck given that Glaxo's chairman, Andrew Witty, and the current Prime Minister, David Cameron, are friends and business acquaintances.

One thing is certain though. The eyes of the world are watching."

 

Read more here:

 

http://fiddaman.blogspot.ie/2014/05/a-message-from-uk-serious-fraud-office.html

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These guys are malefactors all over the world, repeatedly.

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