So the question is how much direct evidence of crimes do we need floating around before it raises any eyebrows? How much proof is needed before someone does something about it rather than claim “it’s not my department?” So far those with the authority and power to investigate and sanction these people have kept their heads in the sand and overlooking corruption is complicity with corruption. Those who tolerate the corrupt and give them allowances are themselves corrupt. The obvious cannot be ignored. Sunshine may be the best disinfectant but it does not work when the shades are kept down.
Source: Concealing crimes at the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine: Why is this swamp not being drained?