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Widow of slain trooper sues makers, sellers of meth ingredient


December 29, 2005
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Widow of slain trooper sues makers, sellers of meth ingredient

Chad Previch, Staff Writer
The Daily Oklahoman

WALTERS — The widow of a slain trooper filed a wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday against those who make and/or sell pseudoephedrine.

Linda Green claims in the Cotton County lawsuit that drug companies and suppliers — including Pfizer, Wal-Mart, Walgreen, Dollar General and United Supermarkets — knew methamphetamine addicts were buying the drug to get high and not to treat a cold.

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