This is dedicated to Travis Holappa who was kidnapped, tortured and murdered on July 25, 2004 in Northern Minnesota. This was all due to meth. I am Travis' mother and I wish to make this devastation turn into a better thing by educating and exposing the truth about meth, the dangers, and the deadly consequences it brings about to individuals and communities.

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I want to do what I can to educate people about what is going on around the world with the meth problem. I want people to know about it BEFORE they even get the idea to want to try it. It is a dangerous drug and will ruin your life as well as all those who love you. I am on a mission on behalf of my only son, Travis.

Saturday, March 11, 2006

Nephew of tribal judge sentenced (Wyoming)

By Gazette News Services

RIVERTON -- A nephew of a tribal judge accused of enlisting relatives to deal methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana and prescription drugs on the Wind River Indian Reservation was sentenced to 17½ years in federal prison for his role in the drug ring.

James Goodman, 43, previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and marijuana. He was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Casper.

Twenty-five people were charged in the case -- the largest drug bust in reservation history. Among them was former Judge Lynda Munnell, also known as Lynda Noah, who was charged with threats against a federal officer, distribution of prescription pills and conspiracy.

Donna Goodman, Munnell's sister, and Goodman's husband, John, were accused of enlisting various family members for the drug ring. They are accused of distributing more than a pound of meth per month.


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