It seems callous of me, perhaps, to call the philanthropic Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma, the makers and purveyors of highly addictive (and lucrative, oh my GOD!) OxyContin, the profiteers behind the opioid crisis, though the attorney general of Massachusetts makes a pretty compelling case. You can read about it here. 
 And NOTHING TO SEE HERE (from the piece linked above):
Purdue Pharma has in the past attempted to shield documents from becoming public.
Four years ago the Kentucky attorney general agreed to Purdue Pharma’s demand that the prosecutor destroy millions of pages of documents in exchange for a $24 million settlement.