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February 14, 2013

A large percentage of the illegal drugs sold in the Northern Panhandle — and, by extension, East Ohio — comes from Steubenville, U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld said Monda....

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bloomin

Feb-16-13 2:16 AM

yes it failed horribly. it says the LE on both sides of river cooperated-just how many time do they cooperate for the corrupt behavior. Guess its a nice way of saying "team player". Isnt that one catagory on the personality inventory for LE to measure their loyaly.

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daWraith

Feb-15-13 7:43 AM

Ok OK Her-oin! Silly you can READ it in the article but not UTTER the word.

CENSORSHIP! Where's the First Amendment in the NR???

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daWraith

Feb-15-13 7:42 AM

UUUUH the example given the drugs came from CHICAGO, dude!

Steubenville maybe the warehouse for the OV, but local doufasses don't have the technology to produce anything other than METH it seems.

****** and Hillbilly ****** (Oxy) are coming IN to the area, hence should be easier to stop.

If we just LOCKED DOWN the borders, especially Mexico, that would cut it down at its REAL entry point into the USA.

But WHORE Democrats want the voters and WHORE GOP want the cheap labor.

Sux, dude!

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richardwhee

Feb-14-13 2:55 PM

Since they know or suspect so much' What are they doing about it???? Sellers would be out of business without customers.

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mikeyd

Feb-14-13 9:28 AM

what about alcohol?the real killer drug.lawmakers don't see it.

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dyingov

Feb-14-13 7:34 AM

"A large percentage of the illegal drugs sold in the Northern Panhandle - and, by extension, East Ohio - comes from Steubenville, U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld said Monday. The same day, events in a Jefferson County courtroom lent weight to his comment."

How many poppy fields are located in Steubenville?

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thetruthforonce

Feb-14-13 6:40 AM

The so-called "War on Drugs" is a failed experiment which costs taxpayers almost $77 Billion per year and incarcerates about 1 million people a year. Just admit that it failed, legalize and regulate their sale and get on with life. Those inclined to use them will find a way regardless-legally or illegally. We'll need less prisons, there will be less criminals to prosecute and, therefore, we'll need less Ihlendfelds in the world.

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