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Meth series an eye-opening experience

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By Bryan Marshall

I’m fortunate enough to not have any friends or family members whose lives have  been wrecked by meth.
Like most, I only knew about the drug from reading story after story about statistics of how big a problem it is in Kentucky.
My only first-hand experience was going to take photos of a couple meth lab cleanups, as men in Haz-Mat suits collected the remnants of what was a working lab right in the middle of an apartment complex.
When I decided to do a series on meth, I wasn’t sure exactly where to start or what I wanted readers to get out of it.


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