Illustration by Eddie Alvarez/The Washington Post; Photos by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post, Jay LaPrete/ Bloomberg News, Danny Johnston/AP Illustration by Eddie Alvarez/The Washington Post; photos by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post, Jay LaPrete/ Bloomberg News and Danny Johnston/APJoe RannazzisiJoseph T. RannazzisideaThe former chief of case study solution DEAs Office of Diversion Control, he is now a expert to attorneys suing drug agencies. came to DEA headquarters as an intruder with an attitude. He worked as an agent in Detroit, where he watched pharmaceuticals flood small towns and cities in case study solution Midwest. Rogue medical doctors wrote fraudulent prescriptions for enormous numbers of pills, and complicit pharmacists filled them with out question, often for cash. Internet pharmacies, supplied by drug distribution agencies, allowed users to procure drugs without seeing a health care provider.