Last week I wrote that if the jurors who heard the drug trafficking case against Virginia pain doctor William Hurwitz "remember what their job is, they will acquit him." They didn't. As in the case of Florida pain patient Richard Paey, the crusade against diversion of narcotics has led to the conviction of a "drug trafficker" who plainly isn't.
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