6,000 Convicts Freed After ACLU Demands High Court Issue Dismissals In ‘Tainted’ University Case

Sonja Farak engaged in a criminal spree of misconduct over the course of 8 years in the drug crime lab.

The Massachusetts prosecutors are watching thousands of cases being dismissed because of malpractice uncovered at the lab they used to test narcotics. Sonja Farak, a chemist at the state’s drug crime lab was found guilty of stealing drugs from the lab and tampering with evidence sent to the lab. Over 6,000 criminal drug cases will be dismissed upon this revelation.

Farak testified she has been high on various drugs from the lab while at work for the last 8 years. Farak said she began getting high on the job in 2005 by stealing the labs bases, or reference samples. She would use the pure methamphetamine every day and stated, “I felt amazing. It gave me energy. I felt more alert. I did not wish it, but it gave me the pep I was looking for.”

She continued the practice of consuming the pure lab samples for years. In 2009 the lab was becoming depleted of its base methamphetamine supply and Farak began to explore the nature of other drugs at her disposal. She began to party hard, consuming Ketamine, MDMA, …

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