Do Johnson & Johnson Heirs have a Legal & Moral Responsibility to Patients turned Victims?
Updated: September 22, 2017
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January 18, 2015
Jamie Johnson (great-grandson of Johnson & Johnson Co-founder Robert Wood Johnson)
Johnson & Johnson Heir Jamie Johnson should do a new documentary on all the victims his family’s company has created and on why they continue to operate under The Sociopathic Business Model™.
James Loring Johnson (grandson to Johnson & Johnson Co-Founder Robert Wood Johnson)
Jamie Johnson (1979), son of James Loring Johnson (1930), grandson of James Seward Johnson (1895-1983) and great-grandson to Johnson & Johnson co-founder founder Robert Wood Johnson (1945-1910), released a documentary in 2003 titled Born Rich in which he explores the lives of children born with entitlement and wealth.
James Seaward Johnson (Second son to Robert Wood Johnson) with his mistress
You’ll also note that three of the men are named James and co-founder of Johnson & Johnson is Robert as this is clearly the B-team linage of the second son. Jamie Johnson unknowingly confirms that as he turns the cameras on his own life and that of his father’s James Loring Johnson. Jamie cavalierly states that his great-grandfather never wanted his father involved in the family business and quickly tries to justifies his great-grandfather’s obvious dig with hiding behind “he knew he’d never have to work,” or something to that effect.
Robert Wood Johnson Co-Founder of Johnson & Johnson
That’s a nice way of Robert Johnson relegating his grandson James Loring Johnson and future heirs to the kid’s table for life. As Jamie interviews his father James Loring Johnson for the 2003 documentary Born Rich, you can sense his obvious level of discomfort, fear of rocking the boat as he clearly enjoys his pointless lifestyle in which he’s accustomed to being kept and is aware that any such negative attention could hurt his non-earned paycheck. He rambles on pointlessly while water coloring and suggesting his son Jamie “collect historic documents” for a career choice.
There was a spark of hope for Jamie when he side-eyed his father on the suggestion of a career choice to “collect historic documents” that he perhaps for the first time realized what his great-grandfather had long before seen in his father: nothing.
While Jamie Johnson was critically praised and nominated for two primetime Emmys for his brave documentary that some toted as biting the silver spoon that fed him, he’s turned out to live up to his great-grandfather’s expectations of less than nothing. Jamie proceeded to write for Vanity Fair (about the one percent) and make another movie in 2006 called (shocking) The One Percent he’s nothing more than the male equivalent of Gwyneth Paltrow (an entitled woman who plays an entitled woman in movie roles) minus the Oscar on his part.
It’s clear Jamie Johnson is struggling to find purpose in life with his walk on part to Gossip Girl (where he played himself-again shocker) and his clothing line Black Sweater where a trench coat is $2,500 and a sweater $695 (that sounds about right for Paltrow’s site for the entitled- Goop).
Jamie Johnson WWD
Jamie clearly tries to differentiate his life from that of his pointless father’s but fails miserably. If he really wanted to bite the silver spoon that fed him he’d quit doing documentaries on the one percent and focus on the harm the company that continues to pay him for doing nothing, Johnson & Johnson has done to over 36,000 current patients turned victims awaiting trials in federal court.
Jamie Johnson (reportedly worth $610 million) below are a list of stories about exposing the pathological corruption at Johnson & Johnson that’s encouraged, replicated and rewarded where profit comes before patients and that would be a brave documentary -but biting the had that’s fed generations of lazy entitled family members at Johnson & Johnson could get you black-listed from more than a few Hampton’s parties it could get you permanently black-listed from Johnson & Johnson checks; but, no doubt it would help Jamie Johnson find his purpose.
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— Melayna Lokosky (@MelaynaLokosky) January 19, 2015
For more on the Johnson & Johnson family: Behind the Johnson & Johnson Curse