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Duluth head shop employees say they knew customers were getting high off products

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By Tom Olsen / Forum News Service

MINNEAPOLIS — A former defendant in the Last Place on Earth federal drug case took the stand Monday and told the court that he still believes he never did anything illegal.

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Jamie Anderson, 25, worked at the downtown Duluth head shop for three years and was indicted on four federal felonies before pleading guilty to a single misdemeanor conspiracy count in April as part of a plea bargain with prosecutors.

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