New York pharmacists charged in drug-dealing case
Six pharmacists in New York have been charged with supplying a mafia-run drug ring with tens of thousands of pain killers.
Prosecutors say the mob sold the drugs to street-level users including college kids.
The district attorney says the pharmacists were part of a lucrative ring headed by associates of three organized crime families. Authorities say the operation grossed more than 12 and a-half million dollars in less than a year.