The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Missouri received news of Robert Courtney’s early release from KCUR’s story on Monday.
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Robert Courtney was serving a 30-year sentence after pleading guilty to diluting medications for as many as 4,200 patients and pocketing the resulting profits.
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