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(Boston.com)   Chemist whose faked test results put thousands in prison has curfew extended because not going out at night was impacting her social life   (boston.com) divider line 83
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2012-12-20 04:58:07 PM
Allegedly.
 
2012-12-20 06:19:30 PM
DooKHAAANNNN!
 
2012-12-20 06:26:13 PM
If this was a fair world, she would have been sentenced to complete all the sentences her results caused. Please excuse the sentence structure of the previous sentence.
 
/sentence
 
2012-12-20 06:48:30 PM
At least they are going agter her, here in Okla, they just let her get away with it.,   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joyce_Gilchrist
 
2012-12-20 06:50:31 PM
If this was a fair world, her head would be separated from her neck with an axe if she did in fact do what she is accused od doing maliciously. Elsewise, she'd lose ALL assests and then become a slave until her debt to those imprisoned was paid off with interest.

Justice rarely involves prisons. It takes effort to ballance scales.
 
2012-12-20 08:43:33 PM
Her attorney, Nicholas Gordon, declined comment, saying he has not had a chance to review the evidence in the case. 
LOL WUT?
 
2012-12-20 08:43:52 PM
She's hot, let her do what she wants
 
2012-12-20 08:44:17 PM
She should just be executed. They could fudge the paperwork to make the trial look legit later.
 
2012-12-20 08:45:06 PM
To verify
 
2012-12-20 08:46:44 PM
Not only a criminal, but a social criminal.
 
2012-12-20 08:49:23 PM

doglover: If this was a fair world, her head would be separated from her neck with an axe if she did in fact do what she is accused od doing maliciously. Elsewise, she'd lose ALL assests and then become a slave until her debt to those imprisoned was paid off with interest.

Justice rarely involves prisons. It takes effort to ballance scales.


Agreed. An example needs to be set. Certainly some of these imprisoned persons did other things to get them there, so it's not like everyone is going to walk free, but surely not all of them did. Some, I'd bet, are there ONLY BECAUSE of her.
 
2012-12-20 08:49:36 PM

umad: She should just be executed. They could fudge the paperwork to make the trial look legit later.


P.S. When you wish for execution of  anyone,  I question many things about you, not the least of which is your sanity, for there are  many alternatives to execution, and  execution indicates an acceptance of the debasing of humanity into commodified bits, which I do  not accept as a currency for humans currently.
 
2012-12-20 08:50:26 PM
Justice in 3 simple steps:

1. Let her go
2. Acquit the people her phony lab results helped put away
3. Wait
 
2012-12-20 08:55:16 PM

Indubitably: umad: She should just be executed. They could fudge the paperwork to make the trial look legit later.

P.S. When you wish for execution of  anyone,  I question many things about you, not the least of which is your sanity, for there are  many alternatives to execution, and  execution indicates an acceptance of the debasing of humanity into commodified bits, which I do  not accept as a currency for humans currently.


If I was the DA, I would falsify evidence to make sure she gets executed.
 
2012-12-20 08:55:16 PM
Why didn't they post her full home address the like rest of the criminals?
 
2012-12-20 08:55:17 PM
People get fired from McD's for less.
 
2012-12-20 08:56:23 PM

basemetal: At least they are going agter her, here in Okla, they just let her get away with it.,   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joyce_Gilchrist


Jesus Christ! I read that link you copied. And Gilchrist had the nerve to sue the police department after she was fired. She should have been locked up for perjury.
 
2012-12-20 08:56:55 PM
This stuff pisses me off.  She should get a prison sentence for this.  Forensic work can determine people's fate, and intentionally falsifying your work should come with a hefty penalty.
 
/I suspect that I'll be hearing about some of my former classmates about similar charges in the coming years
 
2012-12-20 08:59:10 PM

mgshamster: This stuff pisses me off.  She should get a prison sentence for this.  Forensic work can determine people's fate, and intentionally falsifying your work should come with a hefty penalty.
 
/I suspect that I'll be hearing about some of my former classmates about similar charges in the coming years


She should be locked up in general population along with the ones she's helped falsely accuse.
 
2012-12-20 08:59:11 PM
Is this the same chick?

cornfieldstocobblestone.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-12-20 09:03:21 PM

mgshamster: This stuff pisses me off.  She should get a prison sentence for this.  Forensic work can determine people's fate, and intentionally falsifying your work should come with a hefty penalty.

/I suspect that I'll be hearing about some of my former classmates about similar charges in the coming years


Yeah, this. It's utterly despicable.
 
2012-12-20 09:03:43 PM

desolation15: Justice in 3 simple steps:

1. Let her go
2. Acquit the people her phony lab results helped put away
3. Wait


Can top this:

Confine her to a halfway house with several of the people she helped to falsely convict.

/accidents happen
 
2012-12-20 09:04:33 PM

mgshamster: This stuff pisses me off.  She should get a prison sentence for this.  Forensic work can determine people's fate, and intentionally falsifying your work should come with a hefty penalty.

/I suspect that I'll be hearing about some of my former classmates about similar charges in the coming years


Perhaps they should wait until she's actually found guilty though.
 
2012-12-20 09:05:03 PM
If this were a man, he'd've already been thrown in PMITA prison. But, as Daniel Tosh learned, rape jokes aren't funny when they involve women.

/Yes, I can hear you plonking me from my house!
 
2012-12-20 09:07:29 PM
If she legitimately did that of her own free will and circumstances, then an example needs to be set and justice needs to be damn harsh. however, if she was basically ordered to do that surreptitiously to support that travesty known as "for-profit" prisons, then every single person up that chain of command needs to be shackled and subjected to the same kangaroo trials they dole out to non-violent drug offenders daily.
 
2012-12-20 09:10:24 PM

BradleyUffner: mgshamster: This stuff pisses me off.  She should get a prison sentence for this.  Forensic work can determine people's fate, and intentionally falsifying your work should come with a hefty penalty.

/I suspect that I'll be hearing about some of my former classmates about similar charges in the coming years

Perhaps they should wait until she's actually found guilty though.


Well, yeah. That goes without saying.
 
/Or maybe it does need to be said, considering the case.
//Shouldn't be difficult, all the paperwork is there to show whether she actually falsified results.
 
2012-12-20 09:13:55 PM
FTFA: Prosecutors, defense lawyers, and state officials believe her actions may have undermined tens of thousands of cases that were prosecuted during her career, imposing an enormous cost to review and potentially retry many of the cases. Prosecutors, the Committee on Public Counsel Services, municipal governments, and social service agencies have already requested millions of dollars to deal with increased caseloads, and Patrick has requested $30 million to manage the crisis.

Who the HELL is this "Patrick" and why does he/she need $30 million to manage the crisis???

....just wondering
 
2012-12-20 09:15:44 PM
OK, she's not convicted yet, so I'm fine with whatever. Having said that, should she be convicted she should spend a very significant portion of her remaining days in prison. She, and all forensic scientists, must be held to a very high standard for ethics.
 
2012-12-20 09:17:37 PM

ChubbyTiger: OK, she's not convicted yet, so I'm fine with whatever. Having said that, should she be convicted she should spend a very significant portion of her remaining days in prison. She, and all forensic scientists, must be held to a very high standard for ethics.


Just like cops, judges, and elected officials? Oh, wait...
 
2012-12-20 09:18:00 PM
If she wanted to take so many shortcuts on the job she should have got into HR.
 
2012-12-20 09:18:42 PM

Somaticasual: If she legitimately did that of her own free will and circumstances, then an example needs to be set and justice needs to be damn harsh. however, if she was basically ordered to do that surreptitiously to support that travesty known as "for-profit" prisons, then every single person up that chain of command needs to be shackled and subjected to the same kangaroo trials they dole out to non-violent drug offenders daily.


Also this.
 
2012-12-20 09:23:58 PM
Oh the poor thing. A 6pm curfew is impacting her social life. How does that compare to the social life of the people incarcerated due to her fraudulent testing methods?
 
2012-12-20 09:25:02 PM
Wow, yet another problem that could be ended by just legalizing drugs.
 
2012-12-20 09:26:36 PM
such beautiful arrogance, just beautiful
 
2012-12-20 09:33:07 PM
If she is found guilty on all 27 counts then she faces a maximum of 292 ½ years in jail time served.
 
2012-12-20 09:33:54 PM

IlGreven: /Yes, I can hear you plonking me from my house!


I should have plonked you when you defended Penn State, you farking prick. o.- Bye.
 
2012-12-20 09:34:32 PM

desolation15: Justice in 3 simple steps:

1. Let her go
2. Acquit the people her phony lab results helped put away
3. Wait


2.5 Give the people imprisoned by her phony lab work her full name, address, phone number, and make, model, color and plate# of her car

4. ????????
5. PROFIT
 
2012-12-20 09:35:07 PM
Just send her and her entire extended family back to their home country and we'll call it even...
 
2012-12-20 09:35:44 PM

King Something: desolation15: Justice in 3 simple steps:

1. Let her go
2. Acquit the people her phony lab results helped put away
3. Wait

2.5 Give the people imprisoned by her phony lab work her full name, address, phone number, and make, model, color and plate# of her car

4. ????????
5. PROFIT


oooh oooh   I know what #4 is:   Pay-Per-View
 
2012-12-20 09:39:14 PM

a61sun: Who the HELL is this "Patrick" and why does he/she need $30 million to manage the crisis???

....just wondering


Someone who was harmed by her shenanigans, and because she'd be severely punished for deliberately ruining other people's lives.
 
2012-12-20 09:41:34 PM

a61sun: FTFA: Prosecutors, defense lawyers, and state officials believe her actions may have undermined tens of thousands of cases that were prosecuted during her career, imposing an enormous cost to review and potentially retry many of the cases. Prosecutors, the Committee on Public Counsel Services, municipal governments, and social service agencies have already requested millions of dollars to deal with increased caseloads, and Patrick has requested $30 million to manage the crisis.

Who the HELL is this "Patrick" and why does he/she need $30 million to manage the crisis???

....just wondering


the gov. he's claiming the state budget can't handle the costs of doing the legwork on this
 
2012-12-20 09:41:55 PM
If there is a god, somebody will blow that kunts head off.
 
2012-12-20 09:47:49 PM

a61sun: FTFA: Prosecutors, defense lawyers, and state officials believe her actions may have undermined tens of thousands of cases that were prosecuted during her career, imposing an enormous cost to review and potentially retry many of the cases. Prosecutors, the Committee on Public Counsel Services, municipal governments, and social service agencies have already requested millions of dollars to deal with increased caseloads, and Patrick has requested $30 million to manage the crisis.

Who the HELL is this "Patrick" and why does he/she need $30 million to manage the crisis???

....just wondering

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-12-20 09:52:45 PM
Wow, it must be nice to be a chick who can pull the race card as well.
 
2012-12-20 09:53:15 PM

BradleyUffner: Perhaps they should wait until she's actually found guilty though.


BradleyUffner: Perhaps they should wait until she's actually found guilty though.


BradleyUffner: Perhaps they should wait until she's actually found guilty though.

She might not deserve to have a fair trial, but we won't know that until we give her a fair trial.
Ironic, huh?
 
2012-12-20 09:53:58 PM

BradleyUffner: mgshamster: This stuff pisses me off.  She should get a prison sentence for this.  Forensic work can determine people's fate, and intentionally falsifying your work should come with a hefty penalty.

/I suspect that I'll be hearing about some of my former classmates about similar charges in the coming years

Perhaps they should wait until she's actually found guilty though.


She worked for the prosecution on drug cases, that much is already certain. Just off the coont.
 
2012-12-20 09:54:25 PM

GonadtheBarbarian: If there is a god, somebody will blow that kunts head off.


No. It's possible she's just a moron.

If she did it maliciously, the axe. Elsewise slavery for a fair wage paid directly to the victims of the incompetence.
 
2012-12-20 10:03:24 PM
Dookhan, dressed in black slacks, a dark blue blouse and a black coat,

I DONT farkING CARE.
 
2012-12-20 10:04:30 PM
Why do people murder teachers, little kids, and people watching movies instead of assholes like this?
 
2012-12-20 10:05:03 PM

BradleyUffner: Perhaps they should wait until she's actually found guilty though.


...in this country that's found O.J. Simpson, Ben Roethlisberger, Kobe Bryant, three Duke lacrosse players, Richard Jewell, and Casey Anthony guilty before a trial even begins? Are you trying to kill Nancy Grace?

/...I'm okay with that, actually.
 
2012-12-20 10:05:51 PM

Krieghund: She might not deserve to have a fair trial, but we won't know that until we give her a fair trial.
Ironic, huh?


It's a classic Catch-22, where the best solution is to simply give everyone accused of a crime a fair trial; no matter how guilty we think they are. If we want to consider ourselves civilized it's the only solution.
 
2012-12-20 10:06:51 PM
I don't see what the big deal is. She hasn't been tried yet.
 
2012-12-20 10:08:16 PM

Ed Finnerty: If this was a fair world, she would have been sentenced to complete all the sentences her results caused. Please excuse the sentence structure of the previous sentence.
 
/sentence


This sentence.
 
2012-12-20 10:08:20 PM

amquelbettamin: Is this the same chick?

[cornfieldstocobblestone.files.wordpress.com image 320x427]


What? No, I'm pretty sure the chemist is not Nicki Minaj.
 
2012-12-20 10:10:30 PM
I'd hit it.
 
2012-12-20 10:12:29 PM
She sounds like a female Gaius Baltar.
 
2012-12-20 10:15:42 PM

martid4: I'd hit it.


me too.

Probably with my car.

/works with forensic techs all the time
//last people anyone should trust, and for precisely this reason
 
2012-12-20 10:15:51 PM

BizarreMan: Oh the poor thing. A 6pm curfew is impacting her social life. How does that compare to the social life of the people incarcerated due to her fraudulent testing methods?


I rarely do this. But...THIS.
 
2012-12-20 10:19:07 PM
If you're gonna go out... go out with a boner

24.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-12-20 10:41:01 PM

Somaticasual: If she legitimately did that of her own free will and circumstances, then an example needs to be set and justice needs to be damn harsh. however, if she was basically ordered to do that surreptitiously to support that travesty known as "for-profit" prisons, then every single person up that chain of command needs to be shackled and subjected to the same kangaroo trials they dole out to non-violent drug offenders daily.


No need to start getting paranoid. Anyone who needs her curfew extended because it's "impacting her social life," is obviously more than capable of faking lab tests so she could clock out promptly at 5 p.m. so as to get started on that same social life.

A fact which I would be sure to examine, were I either the prosecutor in this case or the attorney of one of the many civil cases sure to follow her conviction.
 
2012-12-20 10:46:40 PM
The GA state crime lab got caught rigging breathalyzer machines in the State's favor. No convictions, but a lot of crickets.
 
2012-12-20 11:09:51 PM
This is totally going to get The Mindy Project cancelled /cry.
 
2012-12-20 11:23:57 PM
Uh, what was the motive? Does she get paid for each conviction or something?
 
xcv
2012-12-20 11:26:12 PM

stiletto_the_wise: Uh, what was the motive? Does she get paid for each conviction or something?


Says she was considered the most productive employee, not sure if that's valuable in a government job.
 
2012-12-21 12:08:33 AM
Have any of you stopped to think how all this could have happened to her?
It was most likely a very demanding job. The pressure from prosecuters demanding results to forward their cases. An ever increasing work load under department budget cuts. Most munis don't keep up with new technologies that the evidence required. Not to mention that she appears to be of Indian or Pakistanie decent. Do you even know the mind farking presure those societies put on their women to be not only subservient but to also suceed in their professional careers?
All of this must have been overwhelmingly stressful for her.
Do not judge until you have walked a mile.
 
2012-12-21 12:16:02 AM
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Perfect
 
2012-12-21 12:22:45 AM
tlchwi02: 

the gov. he's claiming the state budget can't handle the costs of doing the legwork on this

Seems like there could be an easy solution:  Immediately vacate the convictions of and release anyone who is in prison whose case involved a test she ran or her testimony.


As for her, if convicted, her sentence should be at a minimum at least one day for every day anyone spent in jail/prison because of any test she falsified.  If that means she's on the hook for a couple hundred people that spent a few months to a year each in prison, well, bye.
 
2012-12-21 12:30:52 AM

DownDaRiver: Have any of you stopped to think how all this could have happened to her?
It was most likely a very demanding job. The pressure from prosecuters demanding results to forward their cases. An ever increasing work load under department budget cuts. Most munis don't keep up with new technologies that the evidence required. Not to mention that she appears to be of Indian or Pakistanie decent. Do you even know the mind farking presure those societies put on their women to be not only subservient but to also suceed in their professional careers?
All of this must have been overwhelmingly stressful for her.
Do not judge until you have walked a mile.


If your actions at work routinely result in life-altering consequences for others you have to be held to a higher standard.  Doctors, nurses, law enforcement officers, officers of the court, forensics analysts, social workers, etc, basically anyone whose job duties effect the lives, livelihoods, or freedoms of others in a major way, don't get to play the 'I was under a lot of pressure' card.

If you want a license to cut corners when things get tough get a job at Wal-Mart or McDonalds.

Although, if anyone above her was aware of and/or encouraging what she was doing to make quotas, they should be prosecuted as well.
 
2012-12-21 12:32:33 AM

DownDaRiver: Have any of you stopped to think how all this could have happened to her?
It was most likely a very demanding job. The pressure from prosecuters demanding results to forward their cases. An ever increasing work load under department budget cuts. Most munis don't keep up with new technologies that the evidence required. Not to mention that she appears to be of Indian or Pakistanie decent. Do you even know the mind farking presure those societies put on their women to be not only subservient but to also suceed in their professional careers?
All of this must have been overwhelmingly stressful for her.
Do not judge until you have walked a mile.


Ah yes. Stress perfectly justifies putting innocent people in prison by falsifying reports.

/Forensic scientists need to be held to a higher standard.
//Yes, I am a forensic scientist.
 
2012-12-21 01:38:15 AM

a61sun: Who the HELL is this "Patrick" and why does he/she need $30 million to manage the crisis???


i4.ytimg.com

His Life Insurance premiums must have gone up.
 
2012-12-21 01:52:50 AM
Let me guess, her family is in a high caste back at home?

I'm sure she is amused by all of this silliness...inconvenient as it is.
 
2012-12-21 01:53:08 AM

Memes Ate My Balls: If she wanted to take so many shortcuts on the job she should have got into HR.


Zing!

#truth
 
2012-12-21 02:52:41 AM
Dookhan, dressed in black slacks, a dark blue blouse and a black coat

I'm relieved to know this.
 
2012-12-21 03:02:12 AM
Indubitably: To verify

I have no clue what your running theme is or where you're going with it...
 
2012-12-21 04:11:19 AM
So, who did she fark to get that job?
 
2012-12-21 05:21:08 AM
Deport her.
 
2012-12-21 05:51:52 AM

jaytkay: She's hot, let her do what she wants


I guess it's all in the angle.
bostonherald.com
 
2012-12-21 07:07:04 AM

ptr2void: jaytkay: She's hot, let her do what she wants

I guess it's all in the angle.
[bostonherald.com image 350x290]


that might actually be a good defense on misread drug tests.
 
2012-12-21 08:01:22 AM

stiletto_the_wise: Uh, what was the motive? Does she get paid for each conviction or something?


In a public sector career, relationships are everything, because every promotion or transfer is intensely political. The relationships that concerned her were probably (via her boss) the DA and his prosecutors. And we all know exactly which outcome the DA is wants from a forensics test

She might also be one of those naive people who believe in helping a LEO who is "sure the guy did it, I just can't prove it!"
 
2012-12-21 08:19:55 AM
Fark this woman. She should be in prison while awaiting trial, not out free with a "curfew." The thing that pisses me off most about this case is that they seem to be using her as a scapegoat. No farking way she acted alone. Sure, get her in prison, but they need to find out who let this shiat happen and also let them hang. She is scum, but there is very obviously more to this story.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-12-21 09:05:25 AM
stiletto_the_wise

The Boston Globe goes into more detail: http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/2012/12/20/indicted-dr u g-analyst-annie-dookhan-mails-reveal-her-close-personal-ties-prosecuto rs/A37GaatHLKfW1kphDjxLXJ/story.html.

She hated drug dealers. She had a crush on a prosecutor. When he told her he needed a bundle of weed to weigh 50 pounds, she gave him 80.  He denies having an affair with her. He resigned anyway.
 
2012-12-21 12:22:42 PM
She'll get HSBC justice, nothing to see here citizen move along.
 
2012-12-21 07:54:51 PM

DownDaRiver: Have any of you stopped to think how all this could have happened to her?
It was most likely a very demanding job. The pressure from prosecuters demanding results to forward their cases. An ever increasing work load under department budget cuts. Most munis don't keep up with new technologies that the evidence required. Not to mention that she appears to be of Indian or Pakistanie decent. Do you even know the mind farking presure those societies put on their women to be not only subservient but to also suceed in their professional careers?
All of this must have been overwhelmingly stressful for her.
Do not judge until you have walked a mile.


That's very interesting.

Total bullshiat, but very interesting.
 
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