Annie Dunkan, a Massachusetts chemist, pled guilty in 2013 to 27 counts of falsifying records, tampering w evidence, obstruction of justice and perjury in various drug cases that led to over 21,000 wrongful convictions.
Those cases have finally moved to be overturned and officially dismissed as of last week.
Dookhan was sentenced 3 to 5, paroling last year after serving 3 years at MCI – Framingham.
But for thousands of convicts the damage from her widespread falsifications is already done.
Many have already served their sentence, while other’s jobs and housing were immediately affected. Still others faced deportation and other egregious consequences that are still be rectified today.
Why Annie why? Dookhan admitted she wanted to elevate her status as a drug convicting chemist, and in doing so was willing to do whatever was necessary.
Damn Annie Damn.
Read more at The Washington Post.