Last week NECC owners plead guilty to financial crimes associated with NECC. New England Compounding Center owners Doug and Carla Conigliaro admitted to hiding a substantial sum of money after the company had declared bankruptcy and following the meningitis outbreak. McGrath Law Firm’s Attorney Peter G. McGrath, a former federal prosecutor, who represents a large number of victims in the NECC civil case, believes that the Conigliaros will testify against others. WMUR has interviewed one of the NECC victims and Attorney McGrath; the report can be seen by clicking here. It is important to note that while the Conigliaros plead guilty to the financial crimes, they were not involved in the day to day operations which resulted in the fungal meningitis outbreak. Their attorney has indicated that they were sorry since the beginning.
Attorney McGrath is confident that this is not over and the prosecutors will work diligently to pursue the bigger targets in this case. The NECC owners pleading guilty to Financial Crimes is just a stepping stone.
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