US pharmacist awarded $5m after turning down $25k

Her employer wanted her to cover up missing S8 pills

A pharmacy manager has been awarded more than $5 million in damages after she was fired for refusing to alter records to cover up missing S8 pills.

US pharmacist awarded $5 million after turning down $25,000

Soon after Mandy Kazminy was hired by a Sacramento Hospital, she noticed the pharmacy computer didn’t keep accurate records of drugs on hand.

This prompted her to keep a paper tally, the Sacramento Bee reports

However, the state Pharmacy Board and Drug Enforcement Agency were investigating 20,000 missing S8 pills, and she was told to change the drug count so that