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crazyhorse47
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Joined: 14 Jun 2006
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 1:37 pm    Post subject: Obtaining prescriptions for undercover purchases Reply with quote

Hi all - I came across this group as I'm trying to solve a business
problem. My company provides intellectual property investigations for
major corporations, recently including a leading pharmaceutical
company. We routinely buy materials on the internet to use as evidence
in civil or criminal prosecution of vendors distributing counterfeit
items. Most of our internet purchases for pharmaceuticals are from
sites that don't require prescriptions, so we don't have any problem
obtaining the evidence. Recently, we were given a request to purchase
a blood pressue medication from a website that DOES require a
prescription. So my question - is it at all reasonable to think that I
may be able to find someone who can write me the needed prescription,
knowing in advance that the drugs will be used as sealed evidence and
will not enter the distribution chain (or anyone's body). I would
obviously be willing to enter into any sort of release agreement that
would be necessary, but I've got some concerns that this may be
somewhat out of the question for most prescription-writers.

Any input you have would be greatly appreciated. Please understand
that this is all above-board investigative service work - I'm not a
teenager looking to scoop some ritalin...
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Bill
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Joined: 02 Dec 2005
Posts: 62

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 4:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Obtaining prescriptions for undercover purchases Reply with quote

I would think this would be a lawyer thing. How to do this and have the
evidence stand up in court or whatever. Note that there are doctors who
testify in court for a fee. They might also go along with something like
this provided they had legal/government protection - again a lawyer thing. I
assume this would cost a small fortune in fees.



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Hi all - I came across this group as I'm trying to solve a business
problem. My company provides intellectual property investigations for
major corporations, recently including a leading pharmaceutical
company. We routinely buy materials on the internet to use as evidence
in civil or criminal prosecution of vendors distributing counterfeit
items. Most of our internet purchases for pharmaceuticals are from
sites that don't require prescriptions, so we don't have any problem
obtaining the evidence. Recently, we were given a request to purchase
a blood pressue medication from a website that DOES require a
prescription. So my question - is it at all reasonable to think that I
may be able to find someone who can write me the needed prescription,
knowing in advance that the drugs will be used as sealed evidence and
will not enter the distribution chain (or anyone's body). I would
obviously be willing to enter into any sort of release agreement that
would be necessary, but I've got some concerns that this may be
somewhat out of the question for most prescription-writers.

Any input you have would be greatly appreciated. Please understand
that this is all above-board investigative service work - I'm not a
teenager looking to scoop some ritalin...
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