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Get the facts on diverted medicine

August 26, 2013

Some law enforcement officers estimate as much as 80 percent of the pseudoephedrine sold in West Virginia goes to illicit methamphetamines labs....

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Aug-27-13 12:36 PM

What a difference it makes whether you say "recused himself", or you say "had to recuse himself"!

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Aug-26-13 6:54 PM

It looks like AG Morrisey and his wife have so compromised themselves that Morrisey is proving to be nearly useless when it comes to representing West Virginians with any legal or pending legal actions involving pharmaceutical companies. It appears what we have here is our first chemically neutered AG.

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Aug-26-13 8:24 AM

Denver, I do know that AG Morrisey has had to recuse himself from two lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies filed by his office. His recusals are due to the fact that he lobby FOR the companies that are the targets of said lawsuit.

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Aug-26-13 7:47 AM

Yep. Sgt. Denver Friday has cracked the case wide open. Morrisey's mother was a nurse. Just the facts ma'am.

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Aug-26-13 4:58 AM

Are there any direct connections or relationships to Attorney General Patrick Morrisey to any pharmacy company or the drug industry in general?

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