Bertram knows these are crimes. I have also informed him that since 2011 there have been multiple suicides related to allegedly falsified alcohol tests at the same lab seen here and the ongoing concealment of laboratory fraud is equally abhorrent as those who engage in it. I am unclear of his motive in defending a cover-up of forensic fraud in the wake of other lab scandals but one thing is for certain. When this racket is exposed the record will show who knew about it and when.
“To be sure, and to put this matter to rest for the Court once and for all, the Board has retrieved from off site storage those materials before the Board in December 2011. The documents that Dr. Langan claims were “suppressed” are in fact there—and this should not be surprising given the Board’s many orders since that time, all of which have disclaimed any reliance on the July 2011 PEth test.”
“Documents are typically entered into the electronic repository after being used or after a proceeding not before”
—Assistant Attorney General Bryan Bertram who is defending the Board of Registration in Medicine (“Board”) before Justice Hines in my case before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
The excerpt above is taken from the 2006 Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine Annual Report and describes the Board’s Document Imaging Unit. The Document Imaging Unit scans agency documents…
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