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Man Accused of Returning Used Enemas Pleads Guilty

Ronald Eugene Robinson

Ronald Eugene Robinson

Ronald Robinson, the Florida man indicted for using and returning used enemas to his local Walgreen’s pharmacy has pleaded guilty to a single count of federal charges of product tampering. According to prosecutors’ January 16, 2013, court filing, Robinson tampered with the products between April and June 2012, using them, refilling them with water, and returning them to the store. He faces 10 years in federal prison.

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