A Massachusetts pharmacist charged with murder in the 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 76 people was acquitted.
A jury found Glenn Chin not guilty of causing the deaths of 25 people who were injected with mold-tainted drugs, but convicted him of mail fraud and racketeering.
The 2012 outbreak that killed 76 people and sickened hundreds of others was traced to contaminated steroid injections made by the New England Compounding Center.
Patients were given the shots in 23 states including Michigan, where 23 people died.
As the supervisory pharmacist, Chin oversaw the rooms where the drugs were made.
Chin's attorneys argued that he can't be blamed for the deaths because there's no evidence he caused the drugs to become contaminated.
Chin was charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of 25 people in Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.