Piedmont man indicted on pot charge

Feb 1, 2011 Full story: Anniston Star

A Calhoun County grand jury indictment of Eddie Chandler on a felony marijuana trafficking charge has landed the Piedmont man back in the county jail until his trial date, which has yet to be determined.

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citizen

United States

#1 Feb 10, 2011
I met this guy and he was really nice, just like the guy next door. I would have never imagined what was going on and would have thought after his brother came close to death row, he would have found another way to make money. His wife, on the other hand, is obnoxious. How is it that they live like the very rich? They've been on disability for years. She goes to Atlanta to shop - new cars, big house. What's wrong with this picture?
truth

Goose Creek, SC

#2 Aug 25, 2011
citizen wrote:
I met this guy and he was really nice, just like the guy next door. I would have never imagined what was going on and would have thought after his brother came close to death row, he would have found another way to make money. His wife, on the other hand, is obnoxious. How is it that they live like the very rich? They've been on disability for years. She goes to Atlanta to shop - new cars, big house. What's wrong with this picture?
I'll tell you how bc she is in credit card debt up to her eyeballs. She is just as guilty as the rest of them. Her and her whole damn crooked family. They are a bunch of fakes.
Sweetdaddy

Centre, AL

#3 Sep 1, 2011
You must be talking about Ronnie Chandler. I dont know the man but I did read the case. Sixty seven people from Piedmont and Esom Hill testified on his behalf as to his goog character.Ill go on and tell you that nobody from that area is gonna say anything negative about the pot dealing. The majority have more respect for somebody doing that than for somebody that works hard. I am just telling you your wasting your time. They glorify illegal behavior then rip his wife for spending the money he has made illegally.
Ricco Pitts

Rainbow City, AL

#4 Sep 13, 2011
Sweetdaddy wrote:
You must be talking about Ronnie Chandler. I dont know the man but I did read the case. Sixty seven people from Piedmont and Esom Hill testified on his behalf as to his goog character.Ill go on and tell you that nobody from that area is gonna say anything negative about the pot dealing. The majority have more respect for somebody doing that than for somebody that works hard. I am just telling you your wasting your time. They glorify illegal behavior then rip his wife for spending the money he has made illegally.
No, he was talking about Eddie Chandler who is the brother of king-pin Ronnie Chandler. As for as the people from this area glorify illegal behavior I don't see it that way at all. Growing and selling pot is very hard work, plus you have the fear of going to jail to deal with also. Growing pot is only illegal because the gov't says it is, but at the same time the state of alabama sells a drug that has caused more death than all the pot in the world will ever do. By the way, I do not smoke dope!!!! The do gooders of this world wants to tell me and others how we should live our lifes, what we can do with our own bodies and are filling up our jails with people like the Chandlers who are not bad people. They don't rob, rape and kill people for no reason. Note that I said for no good reason. If you steal a mans pot plants that he has worked his but off to grow and pay his bills and then that man kills you why is that a problem? Don't steal!!!!! I saw where some on the right wanted to do away with the EPA, they said gov't is too big and needs to get off the peoples backs. Think about the DEA and how much of our tax dollars go down that rat hole all the while we have more hard dope from Mexico that is a stronger and a lower price that in the past. The war on drugs is not working, do away with the DEA. If people want to kill themselfs with dope let them. They are draging us all down with their negative lifestye. If they would let us have pot think of all the people who could go to work today and we would put the cartels of Mexico out od business which would make it safer for all of us.
michael dickerson

United States

#5 Jan 29, 2014
I did time with bamma much respect you would never meet a better friend father or husband he was railroaded god bless you eddie and for those that feel otherwise you need to know the truth the man and understand how the goverment operates.

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