Very interesting comparison..
A former user of Avandia (GSK’s heart attack inducing Diabetes drug) asks an important question…
How come Andrew Witty is never held to account for anything that GSK does?
Including the Avandia scandal and the Seroxat scandal- which killed, harmed and maimed many people, where is the accountability? Why is the department of Justice not investigating GSK breaking their corporate integrity agreement? and when will we see the results of the SFO (Serious Fraud Office) investigation into GSK in the UK bear fruit?
CEO accountability selectively enforced
Posted Oct. 9, 2015 at 2:01 AM
So the U.S. Department of Justice says it could seek to hold individual Volkswagen executives accountable for that corporation’s emissions testing scandal — but it’s done nothing to GlaxoSmithKline CEO Andrew Witty for premeditated poisoning for profit with the drug Avandia.
As a victim of this insidious drug, I am appalled at the selective punishment of CEOs by the Justice Department. I guess my life is not as important as car fumes.
The time has come for President Obama to get off the world stage and start protecting “we the people” at home!
Paul G. Redlund