Internet Drug Ring Bust in Florida

Federal prosecutors in Florida's Middle District are charging physicians and others with running an Internet prescription drug operation and allege they are illegally dispensing millions of doses of medication.

Those arrested are charged with recruiting pharmacists and doctors to issue prescriptions based on Internet questionnaires, the indictments say. According to prosecutors, Web sites and customer service representatives are used to sell the drugs, which were mostly stimulants and depressants.

Prosecutors claim that the doctors and pharmacists are paid to review simple questionnaires and never saw the patients they were prescribing medicines to and that none of the information submitted was ever verified, authorities said.

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