Sackler banks subpoenaed for opiate profits

The New York Attorney General’s office has issued subpoenas to several financial institutions in an attempt to retrieve money connected to the Sackler family. The office alleges that the family has dispersed billions of dollars in profits made from opioid sales through those institutions in order to protect the money from being subject to litigation.

Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/15/health/sacklers-finances-purdue.html