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Nicholas Kaczur, an offensive lineman for the New England Patriots recently participated in a sting operation to bust a drug dealer that was dealing OxyContin pills.

Starting New England Patriots offensive lineman Nicholas Kaczur was arrested in April on a charge of illegal possession of prescription painkillers and then secretly cooperated with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration in a sting operation that resulted in the indictment of his alleged drug supplier, according to a lawyer and two people briefed on the investigation.

Does anyone know how this process works? So was he arrested "secretly" in April and then told that he'd get a lesser sentence if he participated in the sting operation? I'm assuming his arrest couldn't have been publicized, because then in case the drug dealer happened to read the newspapers, the sting wouldn't work, right?

Are painkillers really that good to abuse? Just curious. I was on percocet for a week or so when I had all my wisdom teeth taken out. All it did was make me fall asleep.

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2 Response to "NE Patriots Kaczur In Sting Operation After Arrest"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    oh no.... Oxycontin is the DEVIL. I went to rehab because I used to crush them up and snort them. HIGHLY addictive. Withdrawal from it is hell on earth. talk about torture. this is what you feel... on the toilet, throwing up, sweating, chills (at the same time) skin just hurts. bones just hurt. restless leg syndrome feeling. you just want to die. I'm glad Nick is helping to get this sh*t off the streets

    Posted on 6/4/08, 10:31 AM

     
  2. Anonymous Said,

    From what I hear, the real problem is people that have chronic pain. Like injured backs, for example. And oxycontin is a powerful opiate, often compared to heroin (google for http://www.google.com/search?q=oxycontin+heroin if you are curious)

    Posted on 6/4/08, 11:38 AM

     
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