Please read The Below First I’m looking for someone who does not use Chegg or Course Hero or any online cites to provide your answers. The professor checks these other sites as well. If you do this to provide your answers and don’t use your own, let me know immediately so I can choose someone else to assist me. I have been notified that an assignment was linked to Chegg or Course Heroetc. Someone that uses their own words, so nothing can be found on the internet. Someone who does not Plagiarize others work from online websites. I have word documents attached with the instructions. Then let me know.  Thank you. Subjects are: Criminal Justice This is the book that is used: COSO Enterprise Risk Management: Establishing Effective Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Processes ISBN-13: 9780470912881 Reference: Moeller, R. R. (2011). COSO enterprise risk management: Establishing effective governance, risk, and compliance processes. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Your answers will be original? The professor or anyone will not be able find these answers on any online website? Please answer: 1. Read all the instructions and let me know if you have any questions about what must be done. 2. Your answers will be all original? 3. Do you guarantee that all your work is original and none of what you write can or will be found on any online site? Therefore, I try to provide a longer time for the work to be completed.Discussion question response question. The response should be at least 150
words and be a “meaningful response” that is a substantive response that goes
beyond simply agreeing or disagreeing. Meaningful responses provoke further
analysis, evaluation, and critique of the ideas and concepts being discussed.
Discussion Question Response 1 (EH)
Locate a whistleblower case and provide a brief synopsis of the case to include who was
involved, circumstances surrounding the case, and the outcome. Offer your thoughts on
this case and do you feel the outcome was correct or incorrect and why. Please ensure your
post is substantive and continues supporting information for your thoughts.
Pharmaceutical reps expose Johnson & Johnson’s illegal marketing tactics.
Johnson & Johnson has long been one of the most respected companies in the health and
personal care industries. Established in 1886, when the Johnson brothers founded the company in
New Jersey. The Johnson family’s intention was to make products that put consumer safety first,
while making the world a better place. They created the first commercial first aid kits and went
on to become one of the most popular names in first aid, due in part to the popularity of their
Band-Aid brand of bandages.
However, when fraud schemes are perpetrated on a national level, it can take both impacted
patients and whistleblowing employees to expose the fraudulent company. Though Johnson &
Johnson built its image as a protector of families, the marketing tactics it used to promote antipsychotic Risperdal did the exact opposite.
Risperdal was not originally approved for use in children or elderly patients with
dementia, yet J&J aggressively marketed to those populations. Salespeople were dispatched to
persuade nursing home staffers and child psychologists to prescribe the drug.
-A Johnson & Johnson employee, Judy Doetterl and Victoria Starr are just two of the
whistleblowers against Johnson & Johnson. Judy Doetterl wore a wire to internal meetings at the
pharmaceutical giant and Vitoria Starr was encouraged to market Risperdal to the elderly for
issues such as dementia, which was not approved by the FDA, and to children with mental-health
problems, have both been rewarded with nearly $30 million in whistleblower compensation
following a government settlement reached by the company Johnson & Johnson over illegal
marketing and kickback schemes associated with the antipsychotic Risperdal.
Judy wore this recording device into marketing presentations that the federal government
say proved that Johnson & Johnson conspired to market Risperdal for uses that were not
approved by the FDA, which is illegal. Doetterl and several other employees filed whistleblower
lawsuits and encouraged the government to investigate their employer because of things they
saw occurring from inside the company.
**The results of the investigation led the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to pursue charges
against Johnson & Johnson for illegally marketing Risperdal and other drugs, indicating that the
company was engaged in an illegal kickback scheme where it paid doctors to push the powerful
antipsychotic.
Judy Doetterl agreed to gather evidence for the government not for the money, but
because she felt what Johnson & Johnson was doing was wrong. Doetterl indicated that she was
personally urged to push Risperdal off label to treat dementia and that sales reps were
compensated for off-label sales. In 2004, federal agents placed a recording device on Ms.
Doetterl before she attended a meeting in Dallas with other sales representatives.
Discussion Question Response 2 (CT)
One famous Whistle blower is a union worker named Karen Silkwood who was working at KerrMcGee’s plutonium fuels production plant. Karen Silkwood was working at the plant until one
day she noticed that her hands had plutonimun-239 on them after work. She than started to
monitor herself for alpha activity. She then started to wonder about her exposure and what had
been contaminated since her time at the plant. She would later sendoff body fluid sample to a
laboratory to see how much of the plutonium had entered her body as was affecting it (PBS
2014). Unfortunately, she died in a fatal car crash before she could find more information about
the leak in the plant in 1974. This caused her father to go after the Kerr McGee company for the
damages because of the radiation found in Silkwood’s urine. The father and the Silkwood estate
would be awarded the 1.3 million dollars eventual in 1986 (Baltakis 2004). Fortunately, the plant
was shut down in 1975 shortly after the lawsuit by Silkwood estate (PBS 2014).
I feel that this should have been much more since Silkwood was not the only worker in the plant.
However, is seems that once the plant was closed any evidence besides silkwoods urine was
destroyed. On the bright side the plant has and will continue to be closed because of her efforts.
Resources
Baltakis, A. (2004). The Killing of Karen Silkwood: The Story Behind The Kerr-McGee
Plutonium Case. Journal of Labor Research, 25(1), 184-187.
PBS. (2014). Karen Silkwood | nuclear REACTION | frontline. Retrieved February 12, 2021,
from https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/reaction/interact/silkwood.html

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