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The Massachusetts Attorney General released evidence that this Amherst State Lab Chemist was dipping into the test supplies for 8 YEARS before finally being caught.
The Boston Herald - A former drug-addicted chemist at an Amherst state lab was dipping into samples for at least eight years to feed her habit -- including even cooking crack cocaine inside the lab itself -- a newly released state investigation found.
The new findings could potentially jeopardize thousands more cases than officials originally thought.
The findings, disclosed in a report filed by Attorney General Maura Healey's office and made public today under a court order, details years of thefts and drug use by former chemist Sonja Farak, who was convicted in 2014 of tampering with evidence and sentenced to 18 months in prison.
WOW. Talk about a crazy 8 year drug binge. I'm sure this woman Sonja Farak, has some crazy stories from those 8 years. For starters, does doing 8 years worth of terrible drugs make you look like a man? Because that picture of Sonja above, does NOT look like a lady at all. Kinda looks like Brian.
Jesus imagine stealing meth from the State possession. I'm sure it's some of the cleanest drugs in the world, because they need to see all the effects they have on humans and their brains. Maybe, the state should work a few paragraphs into their contracts that say they are only allowed to take weed from the Lab, and nothing else. How does a woman get away with pinching drugs from a State run laboratory for 8 fucking years though?
Ballsy move to cook up some crack cocaine in the lab itself. Love it, shows that this Sonja woman is on her own breaking bad agenda. Can you imagine walking into one of the labs and asking this woman how the tests on the Cocaine is going, only to find that she's cooking the coke down to crack? Now that would be a great video to see. Hopefully this story make the state keep a closer eye on the levels of drugs they have in the labs at any given time, because it's pretty pathetic to hear this woman got away with pinching them for 8 years. Stories like this, make me think we should just reward Sonja for getting away with it for that long. Maybe give her a paid trip to rehab and then a raise for bringing awareness to a problem that needs much more security.
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