Oliver receives 37 months in jail for accepting bribes

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In an action reminiscent of the 1989 generic drug scandal where federal investigators uncovered corrupt FDA reviewers, a judge has sentenced a former FDA consumer safety officer, Winston Oliver, to 37 months in jail for accepting $40,000 in bribes to speed entry of imported foods.
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