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An avid outdoorsman who hunted deer and elk for meat, Topher didn't have much in common with Nate but found him goofy yet likable, a "fat, funny kid" with a "big heart."Nate had been getting his stash from a dealer in Spokane, Washington. "Topher said, "I try to be."Nate said, "I've got a plan."The Idea turned out to be a textbook case of business economics: Buy low, sell high and eliminate the middleman. Suddenly, Nate and Topher and all of their friends had more cash than they'd ever dreamed of, along with expensive cars, hot girlfriends and fancy lakefront homes. He's a big guy, with solid arms and blocky features.

Luckily, Topher had salvaged a sunken jet boat from the lake in Coeur D' Alene and had spent the summer restoring it.

Harder drugs, guns, paranoia, eventually violence – it was like a movie, everyone agrees. "When I heard about the Butler kid, I just wanted out," he says. No one's supposed to die."ccording to law-enforcement officials, the sale of B. "Americans like to think they can stop this," says Donald Skogstad, a defense lawyer in British Columbia who specializes in pot cases.

He attempts a smile, but his eyes do not cooperate, the final effect being more of a pained wince. "The Canadian border is five times longer than the Mexican border.

To kick-start their enterprise, he dragged it to the side of the highway and sold it within minutes for

Luckily, Topher had salvaged a sunken jet boat from the lake in Coeur D' Alene and had spent the summer restoring it.

Harder drugs, guns, paranoia, eventually violence – it was like a movie, everyone agrees. "When I heard about the Butler kid, I just wanted out," he says. No one's supposed to die."ccording to law-enforcement officials, the sale of B. "Americans like to think they can stop this," says Donald Skogstad, a defense lawyer in British Columbia who specializes in pot cases.

He attempts a smile, but his eyes do not cooperate, the final effect being more of a pained wince. "The Canadian border is five times longer than the Mexican border.

To kick-start their enterprise, he dragged it to the side of the highway and sold it within minutes for $1,500. Raised a Buddhist, Topher had essentially grown up on a boat, sailing the world with his free-spirit parents before they settled in Coeur D' Alene when he was fourteen.

Though Topher dreamed of opening his own car-detailing shop, by the time he met Nate he was working part-time at an amusement park, living with his brother and barely scraping by. As a kid, he restored them with his grandfather, who became a father figure after his parents divorced and his mother moved the family to Idaho.

They float hollowed-out logs, outfitted with GPS tracking systems, down the Kettle River.

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Luckily, Topher had salvaged a sunken jet boat from the lake in Coeur D' Alene and had spent the summer restoring it.Harder drugs, guns, paranoia, eventually violence – it was like a movie, everyone agrees. "When I heard about the Butler kid, I just wanted out," he says. No one's supposed to die."ccording to law-enforcement officials, the sale of B. "Americans like to think they can stop this," says Donald Skogstad, a defense lawyer in British Columbia who specializes in pot cases.He attempts a smile, but his eyes do not cooperate, the final effect being more of a pained wince. "The Canadian border is five times longer than the Mexican border.To kick-start their enterprise, he dragged it to the side of the highway and sold it within minutes for $1,500. Raised a Buddhist, Topher had essentially grown up on a boat, sailing the world with his free-spirit parents before they settled in Coeur D' Alene when he was fourteen.Though Topher dreamed of opening his own car-detailing shop, by the time he met Nate he was working part-time at an amusement park, living with his brother and barely scraping by. As a kid, he restored them with his grandfather, who became a father figure after his parents divorced and his mother moved the family to Idaho.They float hollowed-out logs, outfitted with GPS tracking systems, down the Kettle River.

,500. Raised a Buddhist, Topher had essentially grown up on a boat, sailing the world with his free-spirit parents before they settled in Coeur D' Alene when he was fourteen.

Though Topher dreamed of opening his own car-detailing shop, by the time he met Nate he was working part-time at an amusement park, living with his brother and barely scraping by. As a kid, he restored them with his grandfather, who became a father figure after his parents divorced and his mother moved the family to Idaho.

They float hollowed-out logs, outfitted with GPS tracking systems, down the Kettle River.

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