Police Detective Allegedly Used State's Prescription Drug Database to Spy on Couple & Steal Their Pain PillsChris | InformationLiberation
Jan. 16, 2013
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Via the Salt Lake Tribune:
A former Vernal police detective now faces criminal charges stemming from his alleged theft of a couple’s pain pills, a month after the couple filed a complaint against him in federal court.Note, the state's "prescription drug database" is not being used to "protect" anyone but is instead being used a tool of government criminals to spy on and rob people.
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