102 minutes | Jan 23rd 2020

Shelia Davalloo and the Wrong Purdue

Shelia Davalloo met Nelson Sessler while working for the pharmaceutical company Purdue Pharma in 2001 and they began to have a romantic relationship. The only problem being that Shelia was already married, but this would not deter her from her devious ambitions in life that would ultimately result in one murder and one attempted murder. First! We talk about Karla's company party, Daniel's cockblock at Target, and then we thank our lovely Patreon supporters!!! Jump to 14 minutes in for your own sanity!!Unoffendable Adults Only! NSFW! Explicit, crude, graphic content provided by three unbalanced family members...proceed at your own risk!   The second half of this episode (33 minutes in) has to do with the company that Shelia was employed at, Purdue Pharma located in Stamford Connecticut. As cold and as calculating as Shelia may have been, the billionaire family that is behind this pharmaceutical company is arguable the direct link to the opioid crisis that is ravaging our nation. Almost every State in American is currently suing the owners of Purdue Pharma for the fallout of their relentless advertising campaign of pain killers to the unknowing public. At the end of our episode there is a 25 minute long documentary concerning the continued trauma of opioids in small town Ohio. “One Nation, Overdosed: Documentary on the Deadliest Drug Crisis in American History” from 2017 on MSNBC. The 24 hour hotline number for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is 1-800-662-4357 or visit https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline Subscribe to our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hoosierhomicide  We have some merchandise available! https://www.teepublic.com/user/hoosierhomicide  Find us: instagram.com/hoosierhomicide and twitter.com/Hoosierhomicide Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/hoosierhomicide Check out our website at www.hoosierhomicide.com for pictures and show notes  Rate-Review-Subscribe on iTunes we are also on Google Play, podBean, Stitcher, and Spotify
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