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Methamphetamine (drug) (INACTIVE)

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  • 'The Wolf of Wall Street' -- 3 hours of hilarious, cautionary, overindulgence

    "IF it's worth doing, it's worth overdoing!" wrote Ayn Rand. When "The Wolf of Wall Street" came out, three hours long, but with the imprimatur of film genius Martin Scorsese and the starry talent of Leonardo DiCaprio on it, I was all eager to see it....
  • Hollywood exec who took bath salts calls LAPD run-in a 'nightmare'

    Hollywood exec who took bath salts calls LAPD run-in a 'nightmare'
    A onetime Deutsche Bank executive and former co-chair of Universal Pictures testified in court Wednesday that he had taken bath salts 20 times prior to his run-in with Los Angeles police — but that it did not make him paranoid. Brian Mulligan...
  • LCF resident, former Hollywood exec calls LAPD run-in a 'nightmare'

    LCF resident, former Hollywood exec calls LAPD run-in a 'nightmare'
    A onetime Deutsche Bank executive and former co-chair of Universal Pictures testified in court Wednesday that he had taken bath salts 20 times prior to his run-in with Los Angeles police — but that it did not make him paranoid. Brian Mulligan...
  • 'Behind the Candelabra' Author Sentenced to Prison

    RENO, Nev. (AP) -- A former lover of Liberace who was the subject of the HBO film "Behind the Candelabra" has been sentenced to eight to 20 years in a Nevada prison for failing another court-ordered drug test while on probation for burglary and identity...
  • Ex-banker's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD headed to jury

    Ex-banker's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD headed to jury
    Jurors are scheduled to begin deliberating Friday in the excessive force and civil rights case of Brian Mulligan, a former co-chairman of Universal Pictures, against the Los Angeles Police Department. The onetime Deutsche Bank vice chairman suffered...
  • LCF resident's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD heads to jury

    LCF resident's 'bath salts' beating case against LAPD heads to jury
    Jurors are scheduled to begin deliberating Friday in the excessive force and civil rights case of Brian Mulligan, a former co-chairman of Universal Pictures, against the Los Angeles Police Department. The onetime Deutsche Bank vice chairman and La...
  • Cops: Dad attempts exorcism on 'demon' son

    Cops: Dad attempts exorcism on 'demon' son
    A man in Okeechobee faces numerous charges after he took his son into the woods to punish him, believing the 11-year-old was possessed by a demon, WPBF reports.  According to an Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office report, Bryan Adams, 31, allegedly...
  • Jurors in 'bath salts' beating case ask to inspect LAPD cop's baton

    Jurors in 'bath salts' beating case ask to inspect LAPD cop's baton
    Federal jurors deliberating an excessive-force and civil rights case of a former Hollywood executive against the LAPD on Friday asked to inspect the baton of an officer he says severely beat him. The request from the eight-person jury came before the...
  • Jurors in LCF resident's 'bath salts' beating case ask to inspect LAPD cop's baton

    Jurors in LCF resident's 'bath salts' beating case ask to inspect LAPD cop's baton
    Federal jurors deliberating an excessive-force and civil rights case of a former Hollywood executive against the LAPD on Friday asked to inspect the baton of an officer he says severely beat him. The request from the eight-person jury came before the...
  • Jury clears LAPD officers in 'bath salts' beating case filed by LCF resident

    Jury clears LAPD officers in 'bath salts' beating case filed by LCF resident
    A federal jury on Friday found that two Los Angeles police officers did not use excessive force when they arrested a one-time bank and Hollywood executive they believed to be under the influence of the drug bath salts, the Los Angeles Times reports....
  • Jury clears LAPD officers in 'bath salts' beating case

    Jury clears LAPD officers in 'bath salts' beating case
    A federal jury on Friday found that two Los Angeles police officers did not use excessive force when they arrested a one-time bank and Hollywood executive they believed to be under the influence of the drug bath salts. Brian Mulligan, 54, sued the Los...