42 Indicted on Meth Charges out of Ea...

42 Indicted on Meth Charges out of East Tenn.

There are 13 comments on the MyEyeWitnessNews.com story from Mar 26, 2013, titled 42 Indicted on Meth Charges out of East Tenn.. In it, MyEyeWitnessNews.com reports that:

Federal prosecutors announced the indictments of 42 people in East Tennessee on charges of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine stemming from a multicounty criminal investigation.

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All I Can Say

Vilonia, AR

#1 Mar 28, 2013
I read online that Tennessee is the number one state for meth use now. I don't know if that's true or not, but that's what was said in an online article.
Clawed Balls

Tullahoma, TN

#2 Mar 28, 2013
Tennessee has many drug problems. Meth is probably the biggest but pales in comparison to abuse at the pill mills. We get a lot of Kentucky trash that comes here for both.
Samantha

London, KY

#3 Mar 28, 2013
You're probably talking about young people from Perry County, Kentucky and Knott County, Kentucky mostly, right, Clawed Balls? I lived in both counties, and I know that many young people in both of those counties have a pill problem, and they love the so-called "pain clinics". I have heard people talk about other people going down to Georgia to get prescriptions, then going up to Illinois to get the prescriptions filled. It's funny how some people claim that they aren't able to work or go to classes, yet they are able to travel to get pills, then you see them walking around with brand new iPhones and three hundred dollar purses, even though they don't have any income. That's very interesting!
Clawed Balls

Tullahoma, TN

#4 Mar 28, 2013
Samantha wrote:
You're probably talking about young people from Perry County, Kentucky and Knott County, Kentucky mostly, right, Clawed Balls? I lived in both counties, and I know that many young people in both of those counties have a pill problem, and they love the so-called "pain clinics". I have heard people talk about other people going down to Georgia to get prescriptions, then going up to Illinois to get the prescriptions filled. It's funny how some people claim that they aren't able to work or go to classes, yet they are able to travel to get pills, then you see them walking around with brand new iPhones and three hundred dollar purses, even though they don't have any income. That's very interesting!
Yep, they are forever on here doctor shopping and even looking for illicit drugs. Tennessee has been overrun by the Florida pill mills and the local meth slime that has addicts come across the border. A bust like the one recently needs to happen about every week and the sentences need to be hard labor minimum eight years, fifteen for meth cooks. No parole.
Squirrelly Early

Knoxville, TN

#6 Mar 29, 2013
Earl Keese V wrote:
and i'd like nothing better than to personally pull the trigger on all of their worthless azzes.
and i'd lay down and sleep very well that evening knowing that i'd ridden the world of scum.
More fake bravado from the resident "hang em high", dudette. You wouldn't "pull" anything unless you were behind a kevlar wall of protection, with armed guards supporting your sick ass, coward!
Squirrelly Early

Kingston, TN

#7 Mar 30, 2013
I have begun my 2 day binge into DXM tonight. I'm going for a 2nd tonight and a 3rd tomorrow when I meet up with my friend who will be shroomin'. I can't shroom tomorrow because I already /psy/'ed this week. Anyways, C'ya on the other side!
Earl Keister

Knoxville, TN

#8 Apr 4, 2013
Earl Keese V wrote:
...... i'd lay down and sleep very well...... glowing that i'd just been f@(ked in the azz.
You are a not so closet homo who hangs out at Sharps Ridge Park.
ky musician

United States

#9 Apr 19, 2013
Let me tell u folks a secret.. read carefully.. our law enforcement agencys as we speak are bout to unleash the newest thing sense the cameras in stop lites. the crimes are geting out of control and not enough of them caught and when they do catch and release.. its repeat offenders over an over.. our goverment plans to put a stop to this with drons that watch every movement you make.. this will happen real soon after these bombings in boston and these things will be like fly's.. everywhere so best think about what your doin and get READY its coming...
pistoff

United States

#10 Apr 19, 2013
What about the crack dealers on texas Av. U never see cops there until election time
watcher

United States

#11 Apr 19, 2013
They may not be seen much round that area but when they finally git this program into motion.. you won't have to see them. They will program little bug to fly into neighborhood where ever needed and watch them from on board computer its pretty high tech thing bro and these things are programed and highly inteligent with ability to learn from each situation. they will be so plentifull you won't beable to spit on side walk without these things seeing you.. just so you know its gonna be here soon
Lois

London, KY

#12 Apr 21, 2013
West Virginia and Indiana have serious meth problems, probably much worse than Tennessee's meth problems. And Ohio has a bad heroin problem... I hate drugs. They ruin lives.
dont know

United States

#13 Apr 21, 2013
But thing is these things will be in everywhere by the thousands. Gov and locale law enforement agencies know one thing they will generate mass arrest which leads to mega bucks daily from sure shot effectiveness. Our freedom is bout to take on a new meaning.
blackbeauty

La Follette, TN

#14 Jun 3, 2013
if the government would stop these doctors from giving pain killers that were meant for people who are dyeing of cancer we would not have such problems. people who have cancer and are going to die don't care if they get addicted. But these doctors who get 3 to 4 hundred dollars a visit are the ones who need to be in jail. They are the ones that get these kids addicted to pain pill so they have to keep coming back and they prescribe enough for them to sell so they can pay for the prescriptions which runs into the hundreds of dollars and still have enough for themselves. SO REALLY WHO IS THE CRIMINAL?
ky musician wrote:
Let me tell u folks a secret.. read carefully.. our law enforcement agencys as we speak are bout to unleash the newest thing sense the cameras in stop lites. the crimes are geting out of control and not enough of them caught and when they do catch and release.. its repeat offenders over an over.. our goverment plans to put a stop to this with drons that watch every movement you make.. this will happen real soon after these bombings in boston and these things will be like fly's.. everywhere so best think about what your doin and get READY its coming...

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