Four nurses arrested on drug charges
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - November 25, 2009 -- Four nurses, who worked for the Lehigh Valley Health network, are facing a number of drug charges.
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#1 Nov 26, 2009
Happy Holidays to the Drug 4!
So glad they got caught cuz we do not want drugged up nurses or any other health care workers...and no one else for that matter.
Throw the book at 'em. They were educated, had jobs, and threw it all away.
Now they can serve their time while rehabbing with the other junkies in jail.
Perhaps later they can clean toilets for Hogar Crea.
...maybe they won't want them either.
We are all tired of addicted creeps. They feel wonderful while the rest of us wondering waht the heck is going on.
Up to 16 years in prison and $250,000 fine...book 'em.
Those fat ones should go on a diet...no turkey for you today!
#4 Jan 27, 2010
How very sad for you to exercise such strong hate. No mention of why these professionals were charged and for what. It sounds as if you are filled with vindictive hate and jealousy.
You may be surprised to know that many professionals are walking around on pain management continuing to give their best to their careers and those they serve.
I admire any of those in pain who do so. For shame may God watch over your evil thinking and give you HIS love and mercy.
#5 Mar 24, 2010
People do not seem to understand what is going on the DEA and other government agencies have you totaly fooled.
I am assuming if you say you need pain meds you need them and you and your doctor have discussed the risk and benefits.
Addiction is a disease not a moral issue and diseases should be handled by a doctor not the DEA. TGhe government would like you to believe that addicts are the problem.
The actual issue is the billions of dollars being made by drug cartels and currupt government and law officials.
Doctor's are not worried about presribing to a few additcs they are worried because of the DEA prosecuting them for prescribing pain meds to anyone.
Please do the reasearch on the war on drugs and war on doctors before you go blaming anyone. Until we fix the law anyone on pain meds is at risk. Tell the government to leave your medical problems between you and your doctor.
#6 Mar 24, 2010
I agree and disagree with the follow-ups. Too little information in the original post to make a harsh judgment like that. On the other hand, if the nurses were selling drugs or doing "illegal" drugs while at work or otherwise, then absolutely; let the law do its job and hopefully make a conviction. I would like to see some kind of article about this.
Best life advice: Do not judge others; we will all be judged before our Father in heaven.
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