Wikipedia informs us that Annie Dookhan was born in Trinidad-Tobago. Her birth last name of Khan indicates she has roots in either the Hindu or Muslim culture.
As we say here all the time: Populate your country with turd world peoples and soon you have a turd world country.
Within the U.S., Massachusetts is especially fuxated.
Approximately 24,000 drug convictions in Massachusetts that were tainted by a former state drug lab chemist who pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence and falsifying tests have been dismissed.
‘That is a victory for regular people, for people who’ve been tarnished by these drug convictions,’ said Carl Williams, a staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, according to CNN.
Dookhan worked testing drug samples submitted by law enforcement agencies from 2003 until 2012.
The vast majority of 24,000 drug cases potentially tainted by former state chemist Annie Dookhan will be dismissed by mid-April, according to The Boston Globe. This makes it the single largest dismissal of criminal convictions in U.S. history, according to the ACLU.
Only a few hundred cases are expected to remain open to prosecution.
Dookhan pleaded guilty in 2013 to charges of obstruction of justice, perjury and tampering with evidence and was sentenced to three years in prison. She was paroled last year.
Prosecutors said Dookhan admitted ‘dry labbing,’ or testing only a fraction of a batch of samples, then listing them all as positive for illegal drugs. Her motive, they said, was to burnish her productivity and reputation.
She also falsely claimed to have a master’s degree in chemistry.
A boxed item in the story tells us that the turd worlder drew suspicion when she was three times as productive as the other lab workers. I myself have witnessed cheating nonwhites pull this same stunt. Then a white person has to straighten things out.
Her husband, Surrendranath Dookhan, once warned a prosecutor, ‘She’s a liar, she’s always lying. She is looking for sympathy and attention.’
And Dookhan, or ‘Little Annie’ as she was sometimes called, had long drawn suspicion from her coworkers for her overwhelmingly large testing numbers at the William A. Hinton State Laboratory Institute, at the time the state drug lab.
One lab supervisor, Peter Piro, reported Dookhan as early as 2007 for what he thought was shoddy work and underhanded tactics, including forging a supervisor’s signature and making up test results. But her supervisors paid no mind as ‘superwoman’ Annie was so valuable to the backed-up lab’s testing numbers.
In 2004, her first year on the job, Dookhan tested 9,239 samples, more than three times the average chemist in the lab, according to a 2013 story in The Boston Globe. The following year, she tested 11,232 samples, almost twice that of the next most prolific tester.
A peaceful ethnic cleansing is the only solution to the mess that our government, with our permission, has gotten us into. We can only hope that Donald Trump gets super aggressive in ridding us of the Annie Dookhans.