Former doctor pleads not guilty in dark web drug trafficking case – Waterbury Republican American

Dr. Jennifer Farrell poses with a child in this picture, which was purportetly taken in 2013 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Farrell, a former resident at Yale New Haven Hospital, is now facing 35 federal charges of distribution of narcotics outside of the scope of professional practice and not for legitimate medical purposes. Farrell is suspected of writing prescriptions for pain pills for people who she had not examined, as well as admitting to accepting multiple packages of pain pills that were shipped from the “dark web.” Photo contributed from Facebook

WATERBURY — A former doctor who worked for Yale New Haven Hospital and was indicted after an investigation into her alleged activities importing narcotics from the dark web has pleaded not guilty to a list of charges against her by federal authorities. Dr. Jennifer Farrell, 37, former second-year resident at the hospital and Fulbright scholar, […]

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