Meth lab surge seen in Morgan County

Meth lab surge seen in Morgan County

There are 4 comments on the Memphis Commercial Appeal story from Mar 24, 2013, titled Meth lab surge seen in Morgan County. In it, Memphis Commercial Appeal reports that:

For Randy Newport, finding a meth lab was as easy as a walk in the woods. He ran across one last month on a walk through Lone Mountain State Forest.

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Anonymous

Robbins, TN

#1 Apr 8, 2013
they shuda left the pills alone and ppl wouldn't resort to nasty dirty meth....
lol

Toronto, Canada

#2 Apr 8, 2013
Better yet, hand out truckloads of both for free. It'll end all the theiving and speed up Darwinism's cleansing of ya'll dirtbags. Wanna kill yourself with all that bullshit? Fine, hurry up about it.
Anonymous

Robbins, TN

#3 Apr 9, 2013
lol wrote:
Better yet, hand out truckloads of both for free. It'll end all the theiving and speed up Darwinism's cleansing of ya'll dirtbags. Wanna kill yourself with all that bullshit? Fine, hurry up about it.
Listen Queer, Im not on drugs but I'd rather see people do pills than do nasty ass meth... N I don't care who kills who isn't my problem...
stupid

United States

#4 Apr 9, 2013
Pills are worse than meth! Both are horrible.

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