Wabash Valley woman didna t realize second cold medicine purchase violated drug laws
When Sally Harpold bought cold medicine for her family back in March, she never dreamed that four months later she would end up in handcuffs.
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#1 Sep 8, 2009
We love you Sally.
#2 Sep 15, 2009
I used to work with Sally, and consider her a good friend. Nobody in the world could be further from what she was accused of. It's a real shame when somebody tries to care for their family, and has to go through all that hassle just because the scums out their that make meth. Hang in there Sally, we're all behind you.
#3 Sep 26, 2009
If this could happen to Sally it could happen to any of you.
Any of you could unknowingly break some idiot law written by overzealous and corrupt politicians and bureaucrats and enforced by thugs.
Can you imagine how the people who founded this country would react to this?
Wake up people! We no longer live in a free country.
#5 Jan 31, 2010
this law has merits, but cases like this there are none. this law needs to be interprided and not just applied to all sercumstances, such as the mother of a family purchasing enough meds for them. the drug task force needs better contol and monitoring by a higher office so this kind of arrest and waste of our tax dollars dosent happen again
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