Iowa man pleads guilty to illegal internet sales of steroids

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa man has pleaded guilty in federal court to illegally selling more than 300,000 of doses of steroids and other drugs via the internet over about a three-year period.

Jon Stidham, 57, of McClelland, pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to illegally deliver, distribute or dispense methyltestosterone — a synthetic form of the male hormone testosterone — via the internet, Cedar Rapids-based federal prosecutors said in a news release. Stidham also pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to introduce misbranded drugs into interstate commerce with intent to defraud or mislead and to commit mail fraud.

As part of his plea, Stidham admitted that he operated a business called Kennel Supply, which offered a variety of items used to operate kennels and for the care of farm animals. Kennel Supply sold the steroids and other prescription drugs online from 2015 through mid-October 2018, without valid prescriptions.

Prosecutors said he made more than $500,000 in profits from the sales.

Stidham faces up to 15 years in federal prison when he’s sentenced at a later date. He remains free on bond pending sentencing.

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This is exactly why here in America drugs themselves need to simply be legal. Nobody should fucking care what someone decides to put within their body, and it mitigates danger, cartel, concern over job loss with the list continuing down the line. Stuff like this is absurd, and yet, federal policy making has never made the most sense.

Thanks Biden for tackling drugs ineffectively, amongst others.
 

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