THE DRUGS MADE ME DO IT 

THE DRUGS MADE ME DO IT

Former Northwest Airlink employee Timothy Scott McNeill has a good excuse for making a false terrorist threat to Northwest. After telling authorities he had been captured by a group of Middle Eastern types and forced tomake the threatening phone call, McNeill blamed his antidepressant. "It made me hallucinate big-time," McNeill was quoted as saying. Perhaps a similar excuse could work for Osama bin Laden.

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