Pam Anderson put Fentanyl patches on George "Smitty" Anderson's back inside their home in Augusta earlier this year. The patches helped with pain. Smitty worked at Savannah River Site for 17 years and said he developed multiple myeloma cancer.
Pam Anderson put Fentanyl patches on George "Smitty" Anderson's back inside their home in Augusta earlier this year. The patches helped with pain. Smitty worked at Savannah River Site for 17 years and said he developed multiple myeloma cancer. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com
Pam Anderson put Fentanyl patches on George "Smitty" Anderson's back inside their home in Augusta earlier this year. The patches helped with pain. Smitty worked at Savannah River Site for 17 years and said he developed multiple myeloma cancer. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com

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