Crawford under investigation
Former FDA Commissioner Lester Crawford is under a criminal investigation concerning financial disclosures and potentially false statements before Congress, according to statements made by his lawyer during a court hearing for the civil case brought by the Center for Reproductive Rights over the agency's handling of Barr's Plan B over-the-counter switch application. Crawford's attorney requested a deposition be delayed due to potential overlap with an ongoing grand jury investigation. Failing to disclose certain financial conflicts is rumored to be one reason for Crawford's abrupt departure from the agency in September (1"The Pink Sheet" Sept. 26, 2005, p. 3)...
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