'Doctor on the payroll,' $3,200 per pound marijuana involved in drug charges, feds allege
Leaders of an alleged marijuana trafficking ring boasted in wire-tapped phone calls about having a 'doctor on the payroll' to certify customers as medical marijuana patients, a ruse they thought would protect them from authorities, federal prosecutors wrote in a criminal complaint.
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#1 Oct 18, 2013
i cant believe a god fearing hollander in goody two shoes new era didnt get a 150000 cash deal was probably connected to drug money.probably laughed all the way to church.the house should be confiscated.the innocent seller arrested.lmao.
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