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FedEx Indicted In Alleged Drug-Distribution Conspiracy


FedEx Corp. was indicted on Thursday on charges of shipping illegal drugs to online pharmacies that ended up in the hands of dealers and addicts.

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  • aps

    Since when is it FedEx‘s job to do the DOJ‘s or DEA‘s job?? The prosecutors should do their jobs and follow due process and ONLY THEN put the pharmacies engaged in illegal activities out of business; should not stop legitimate business processes until there is a finding of guilt!!

    What has happened to the notion of "innocent until proven guilty" this country??!!??

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