A new unredacted complaint filed Monday by Connecticut’s attorney general against Purdue Pharma companies include emails that allegedly show the the corporation’s former chairman and president blaming opioid users for the pharmaceutical drug crisis that has swept the country.

Attorney General William Tong’s release Tuesday purportedly reveals previously undisclosed “shocking and offensive emails” from Purdue’s former chief, Richard Sackler.

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