3 questions for JP Garnier… who, after all “has nothing to hide”

So then JP – you still have nothing to hide?

3 easy questions for you to start with then…

1
The MHRA wrote to you in early March asking for your consent to release a number of documents you provided them in the course of their criminal investigation into the company you run.

Have you given such such consent and if not why not? – after all, you have nothing to hide.

2
I notice that the MHRA tells us that during the course of the investigation, Glaxo and individual Glaxo employees declined “…invitations to attend interviews…”

Please name the individuals concerned and please tell me why they declined the invitation to attend interviews – after all, you have nothing to hide.

3
In February 2003 you alerted the MHRA, finally submitting some clinical trial data showing that paroxetine caused suicidal ideation, but even then data from adult and paediatric trials were merged.

Please explain why it took four and a half years to ‘alert’ the MHRA as this data was first analysed by Glaxo in October 1998 – after all, you have nothing to hide.

8 Responses to “3 questions for JP Garnier… who, after all “has nothing to hide””

  1. BOB FIDDAMAN Says:

    Maybe they are questions that should be asked to the MHRA?

    Either way I doubt very much if you will get answers. Both parties are evasive which indicates a classic form of resistance.

    Fid

  2. truthman30 Says:

    The Seroxat Stuff is so unbelievably sinister..

    For a company that claims to have “nothing to hide”..
    They certainly seem to do a lot of “hiding”..
    Strange that..

  3. Matthew Holford Says:

    What’s more sinister is that GSK and the MHRA appear to be aided and abetted in its evasion by the current administration. I wonder if the owner of the last bear pit was this resistant to change?

    Matt

  4. truthman30 Says:

    Monsieur Garnier will be leaving GSK in May…
    And what a mess will be left behind for his successor Andrew Witty to clean up..
    Seroxat and Avandia to name but two GSK scandals which have caused utter devastaion to hundreds of thousands of patients and their familes….
    I think GSK could do with a little “Constant Gardening”..
    Actually, it could do with a lot…

  5. truthman30 Says:

    2
    I notice that the MHRA tells us that during the course of the investigation, Glaxo and individual Glaxo employees declined “…invitations to attend interviews…”

    “invited” to attend interviews? …
    Surely when a drug company is being investigated on possible criminal charges there should be a bit more than an “invitation” requested ?..
    These Glaxo employees should have been summoned not “invited”?
    If they declined the invite then they could have something to hide..
    What’s the point of investigationg a crime if you don’t have the power to call witnesses or even to prosecute?..
    What a shambles of an investigation..
    It took the MHRA 4 years to discover there was no point in doing a criminal investigation in the first place..
    Yet more waste of tax payers money..
    I think it’s the MHRA which needs to be investigated..
    It obviously is not fit for governance of the pharmaceutical industry…

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