Cynthia Powell was not an addict. She was not a dealer. She sold 35 of her diabetes pain pills to a confidential informant—for $300. Just enough to make ends meet that month. Next thing she knew, she was arrested, charged, and convicted. Her sentence? Watch to find out!

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But here is hope, these crazy mandatory sentences might be finally repealed.  I timid first step has already been taken:

The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons.

Fedor Dostoevskii

The Essential Saker II: Civilizational Choices and Geopolitics / The Russian challenge to the hegemony of the AngloZionist Empire
The Essential Saker: from the trenches of the emerging multipolar world