Judge Carey determined that two former assistant attorneys general — Anne Kaczmarek and Kris Foster — compounded the damage done by Farak, and that their actions were “in many ways more damning.” The prosecutors took steps to conceal these work sheets from the court and local prosecutors, as well as from defendants challenging Farak’s analysis in their cases, he found.Kaczmarek left the attorney general’s office in 2014 and is now an assistant clerk magistrate in Suffolk County.“I am proud of my 16 years of working for the people of Massachusetts. I disagree with the Court’s decision and the characterization of my conduct in this case,” “The nature and scope of governmental misconduct by Kaczmarek and Foster in withholding evidence was severe,” Carey wrote. “It continued for a prolonged period, in violation of many drug lab defendants’ constitutional rights.”
Source: Judge finds prosecutor misconduct in handling of Amherst drug lab cases–Boston Globe
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Only a sociopath can state “I’m proud of my work for the people ! Really , being corrupt ? Why does he still have a job working for the state? Why isnt he in jail , fined and fired? Kaczmarck should be held to a higher level . I guess this doesn’t say much for the magistrate that this person works with now. !