Much of the reason for the public’s unwillingness to hold Big Pharma to account for the misery they have caused with their psychiatric drugs is due to an unwillingness to believe that anyone could act with such utter disregard for people’s well-being.
Decent people have a hard time fathoming indecent people.
Maybe the story of Peter Humphrey, hired by Glaxo and then dropped like a hot coal when he ran into trouble in China, is instructive. Mr Humphrey will certainly no longer be under any illusions as to the type of people he worked for.
Big Pharma was already involved in a bribery and sex scandal; Mr Humphrey’s son is now adding treachery to the list.