Nashua woman accused of stealing twin...

Nashua woman accused of stealing twin sister's ID

There are 5 comments on the UnionLeader.com story from Nov 8, 2007, titled Nashua woman accused of stealing twin sister's ID. In it, UnionLeader.com reports that:

“With the growth of the Internet, it is becoming a very common offense.”

A 52-year old woman was charged with identity theft after police say she stole her twin sister's name and Social Security number to gain fraudulent prescriptions for OxyContin, Vicoden, Percocet and other ... via UnionLeader.com

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Since: Nov 07

New York, NY

#1 Nov 13, 2007
wow, i wouldnt blame doctors for never prescribing a single pill to anyone, aside from critical situations, post surgery and cancer. One bad apple spoils the whole bunch.
gilbert az

Gilbert, AZ

#2 Nov 14, 2007
Dr Pretentious wrote:
wow, i wouldnt blame doctors for never prescribing a single pill to anyone, aside from critical situations, post surgery and cancer. One bad apple spoils the whole bunch.
That is the dumbest thing I have seen someone write on here.

Since: Nov 07

New York, NY

#3 Nov 14, 2007
well i know you just like getting as messed up as possible to escape from your pathetic life, but you cant blame doctors for not trusting people, when they know there are people like this woman and you in the world.

Since: Nov 07

New York, NY

#4 Nov 14, 2007
also i know your life isnt pathetic, i dont even know you, but i was making a point that somethng needs to be done, to make sure people really need this med, and i know everyone has different levels of pain and I know this does really help others with their depression and it makes them feel better. Maybe the resolution is to make an opiod anti-depressant that doesnt require the patient to up her/his dose because of tolerance.
Morton

Tokyo, Japan

#5 Oct 26, 2013
I have ordered prescription drugs (without a prescription) from ZTOPIX. COM about two years ago, and was pleased with the speed and quality of service.
I'm thinking of doing the same thing with my medication. The meds is expensive, but there is a generic version available overseas.
I love the idea of taking responsibility for my own health (or lack of health) and skipping the bureaucracy... to say nothing of having to drive to the doctor, wait in line, yet again, to get a prescription refilled.

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