Real living people alleged to be victims of a legal prescription drug, Oxycontin. Lawyers sue on behalf of governments. Drug company files for bankruptcy, from, from Fox Business News:

Filing for Chapter 11 protection was the first step in a plan Purdue says would provide $10 billion to $12 billion in restitution to state and local governments and clean up the damage done by powerful prescription pain medicines and illegal opioid use linked to them.

The Connecticut-based pharmaceutical giant, which is controlled by the Sackler family, has been accused of fueling a nationwide crisis that has left more than 400,000 people dead from opioid abuse over the past two decades.

Lawyers get rich. Governments lines their pockets.  Nary a mention of the physicians who prescribed the drugs, the actual victims, or their families.  We have a government of the lawyers, by the lawyers and for the lawyers.