The story “Greensburg-based drug ring gets 2 men decades in prison” (Oct. 5 and TribLIVE.com) wasn't front-page news? Are you kidding me? This is huge. Finally, there is a judge who gets it.
My husband and I have been following this case for a year. There are so many people to thank for this.
Visiting Senior Judge Paul H. Millin of Warren County, I wish you were from Westmoreland County; I would vote for you. You gave these ringleaders what they deserved.
A “thank you” for all the hard work and years of undercover operations goes to all the law-enforcement officers.
And special thanks go to all who testified and to all the jurors who made this happen.
Assistant District Attorney James Lazar, you're the best!
The writer had a son who died of heroin addiction at age 25.
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