Kudos to the woman whistleblower who tried to solve the problem and play by the Glaxo-Smith-Kline company rules only to be fired.
That's when she blew the whistle and called the FDA and found a whistleblower law firm.
According to the news article, she was sent to Puerto Rico with a team of 100 quality experts in August of 2002 to repair problems that had been cited in a FDA warning letter the month before.
While there she found that the quality control at the plant was in sad shape. Contaminated water, cross contamination between products due to the air system, overcrowded warehouse and the inability to ensure sterility. She also discovered that many times pills of different strengths ended up in the same bottle.
Because of this woman fortitude,the wronged former quality manager will receive $96 million for her ethical whistleblowing persistence.
And Glaxo-Smith-Kline is the same company that doesn't want you to get your drugs from Canada or other places because of quality control.