A real-life Walter White has been sentenced to four years in prison for cooking meth, reports say. John Gose, an ex-high school chemistry teacher, has a similar story line to the fictional Walter White character in the AMC TV show “Breaking Bad,” who quits his job as a teacher to cook meth full-time, according to...
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