The Sackler family made billions from the sale of Oxycontin, and after hundreds of thousands of overdose deaths, the family is being blamed squarely for the crisis. Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi speak with Bethany McLean, who got one of the family members’ stories for the first time.
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