Steve Mostyn and MSP Neil Findlay
Mesh Medical Device News Desk, September 19, 2016 ~
The Daily Record, a newspaper in Scotland, reports Houston attorney Steve Mostyn recently took documents to members of Scotland's Parliament to convince them that Boston Scientific (BSC) bought counterfeit raw mesh material from China to make its transvaginal mesh implanted in hundreds if not thousands of Scottish women.
from the Daily Record, Scotland
Mesh News Desk has reported that BSC transvaginal mesh made since 2012 is composed of raw polypropylene resin sourced from a known counterfeiter in China. The mesh has been tested to show high levels of the mineral selenium.
Boston Scientific supplied National Health Service (NHS) hospitals in Scotland with its Advantage, Obtryx and Pinnacle products used to treat incontinence and prolapse in women.
Boston Scientific tells the paper the products have been rigorously tested and the documents were 'taken out of context."
Mostyn has filed a RICO lawsuit in federal court in Charleston, WV alleging fraud and racketeering influenced, corruption and conspiracy on the part of BSC in transvaginal mesh sales. Teresa Stevens, a resident of WV, heads the class action. RICO has long been used to target organized crime such as the Hell’s Angels, the Gambino family and even pedophile priests.
Read the MND story here.
Last week Mostyn traveled to Scotland and met with members of the Scottish Parliament where he presented documents from the Stevens case showing: