Kiss Of Death: Prisoner Dies After A ‘Drug-Laden Kiss’, Girlfriend Gets 2 Year Prison

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Kiss Of Death: Prisoner Dies After A ‘Drug-Laden Kiss’, Girlfriend Gets 2 Year Prison

The drugs were stored in her lips in a form of seven tiny balloons.

Prisoners, of course, lead a harsh life inside the jail and there are many stories on how prisoners try to escape from jail and how some end their sorrow-filled life in jail. But a recent story of a prisoner is one of the shocking news pieces you will find today. The news is of a prisoner who died from a meth laden kiss. Yes, you read it right. Oregon based woman named Melissa Ann Blair kissed prisoner Anthony Powell at the end of the visit and soon he passed away.  The reason for his death was life-threatening drugs named methamphetamine.  The drugs that she had stored in her lips in a form of seven tiny balloons passed on to him and ruptured his stomach in no time and he died due to the toxicity.

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As per the Independent’s report, US District Judge Marco Hernandez revealed that the idea was to get drugs inside the jail but it failed. The plan was devised by Powell himself and reportedly he shared onus for his death. She has been sentenced to two years on a drug conspiracy charge. Besides this term, the judge also ordered that she has to complete three years of post-release supervision and partake in drug and mental health programs.

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As per reports, Powell was serving a life sentence for the crime of murder. He had stabbed his mother in law to death. “Now, because of the choices that were made, I no longer can pick up the phone and hear his voice, I can’t go on a visit and see his big cheesy smile and get the best hug in the world,” Powell’s friend said in a victim impact statement. If you are thinking what led her do such fearless act then it was revealed by an attorney that Blair highly influenced him.  “It was a very Svengali-type situation where he had total control over her life,” her attorney said. “She had to do whatever he said.”