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By Michael Forwell, Lee Bullman

On 29 June 1988 Michael Forwell (aka The Fox) had all of it - quick automobiles and speedboats, a nightclub in Bangkok, houses world wide. And a boat heading in the direction of California wearing seventy two a whole lot high-grade Thai marijuana, his final deal ahead of going directly. On 30 June the DEA seized the send within the greatest dope bust in background . . . and intensely quickly Michael had not anything in any respect.

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It ruins your body. ” “My mom would kill me. She’d be so embarrassed and upset. ” “It’s a waste of time. ” 3. What would help people not do drugs? “Lots of programs, in school, at all grade levels. ” “Like if there were a place you could go and just talk about your problems, that would be great. Not formal or anything. ” “These kinds of discussion groups are great. You have to be able to talk about your problems. Billboards don’t do anything. ” “Show me REALITY. That gets through. Show a family breaking up or something.

Why shouldn’t people do drugs? ” “It ruins your body. ” “My mom would kill me. She’d be so embarrassed and upset. ” “It’s a waste of time. ” 3. What would help people not do drugs? “Lots of programs, in school, at all grade levels. ” “Like if there were a place you could go and just talk about your problems, that would be great. Not formal or anything. ” “These kinds of discussion groups are great. You have to be able to talk about your problems. Billboards don’t do anything. ” “Show me REALITY.

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