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Sunday 20, Feb 2011

  NJ man sentenced for giving steroids and cocaine

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NJ man sentenced for giving steroids and cocaineAnthony M. Cuppari, an East Hanover man, who wanted to be a medical doctor like his father has been given a five-year prison sentence for giving anabolic steroids to a high school athlete and cocaine to his girlfriend.

Cuppari pleaded guilty and apologized to his family and the community for distributing cocaine and distribution of anabolic steroids in liquid form to a juvenile, a 17-year-old, in 2007.

Cuppari will be on probation for the next five years, must perform 300 hours of community service, and pay a $2,000 fine, according to the sentence imposed by Superior Court Judge Thomas V. Manahan in Morristown.

Thursday 17, Sep 2009

  Celebrity-driven image culture behind growing demand for steroids

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Celebrity-driven image culture behind growing demand for steroidsDoping officials and members of the general public are raising their deep concerns over the growing demand and popularity of steroids despite the fact that the government has already claimed that it has already enforced tight control on the manufacture and distribution of steroids and other performance enhancing drugs. But, truth cannot be hidden for long and the underlying truth is that steroid usage is growing at an all-time high.

The biggest reason: celebrity driven image culture.

With news about sportsmen and other celebrities taking up anabolic steroids to stay ahead of the competition and maintain the “invincibility” factor, more and more “followers” have already started using steroids without understanding possible side effects. With big names such as Sylvester Stallone saying that he is an old man jumping around trying to look young and being busted at the Sydney Airport with 48 vials of human growth hormone Jintropin, things cannot be expected to settle down. The only thing that can happen from here on is popularity of steroids.

As per members of the general public and doping officials, things cannot be corrected unless highly stringent measures are implemented. Till this happens, illegal importation, unauthorized steroid usage, and distribution of anabolic steroids will continue despite all odds.

Tuesday 16, Dec 2008

  Three men plead guilty to illegal distribution of steroids over the Internet

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steroids-labIt’s hard to do business nowadays, especially if you’re line of trade is, shall we say, always on law enforcement radar. Take a look at the case of three men who planned to start up an online business selling anabolic steroids.

Edwin Porter, 42, of Chandler, and his business partners Matthew Peltz of Chandler, and Tyler Lunn of Phoenix, have pleaded guilty to one felony count of conspiring to distribute anabolic steroids over the Internet.

Porter was handed down a 22-month jail term, the US District Attorney’s announced Tuesday. He also received three years of probation for his involvement in planning to distribute anabolic steroids.

Porter pleaded guilty in June while his partners Lunn and Peltz pleaded guilty in August. Lunn was sentenced to five months in federal prison in September, and Peltz will be sentenced in January, according to a spokesman for the U.S. District Attorney’s Office in Connecticut.

According to the investigation carried out by the FBI, the three purchased more than one kilogram of raw steroid from China and homebrewed them at Porter’s home or Lunn’s apartment. They have planned to sell and distribute them through MySpace and another unnamed Internet site.