This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On Aug. 9, 2012, a federal judge in Iowa dropped a 2007 indictment against fugitive Miami doctor Armando Angulo, charged in a scheme to sell prescription drugs and launder money, in part because of the size of the case file. The Drug Enforcement Administration says the evidence starts with the Dubuque raid that eventually secured the conviction of 26 defendants, including 19 doctors, in federal court in Iowa. The investigation dismantled two Internet pharmacies that illegally sold 30 million pills to customers. (AP Photo/Telegraph Herald, Dave Kettering)

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This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities  found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On Aug. 9, 2012, a federal judge in Iowa dropped a 2007 indictment against fugitive Miami doctor Armando Angulo, charged in a scheme to sell prescription drugs and launder money, in part because of the size of the case file. The Drug Enforcement Administration says the evidence starts with the Dubuque raid that eventually secured the conviction of 26 defendants, including 19 doctors, in federal court in Iowa. The investigation dismantled two Internet pharmacies that illegally sold 30 million pills to customers.   (AP Photo/Telegraph Herald, Dave Kettering)
This Sept. 12, 2003 photo shows the Union Family Pharmacy in Dubuque, Iowa, which was closed after authorities found evidence that it had illegally dispensed drugs on the Internet. On Aug. 9, 2012, a federal judge in Iowa dropped a 2007 indictment against fugitive Miami doctor Armando Angulo, charged in a scheme to sell prescription drugs and launder money, in part because of the size of the case file. The Drug Enforcement Administration says the evidence starts with the Dubuque raid that eventually secured the conviction of 26 defendants, including 19 doctors, in federal court in Iowa. The investigation dismantled two Internet pharmacies that illegally sold 30 million pills to customers. (AP Photo/Telegraph Herald, Dave Kettering)
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