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From there, it was eventually purchased by country legend Waylon Jenning, who thought it would make the perfect gift for his good friend Andrew Thornton, a Kentucky native turned hustler in Las Vegas.
So the Cocaine Bear “lived” in a Vegas mansion until 2009, when Thompson died.
Now, people from all around the world are reportedly coming to Lexington for a chance to see the Cocaine Bear, many of them fans of the The Bluegrass Conspiracy book inspired by Andrew Thornton II’s exploits.
Summary of statute(s): Kentucky bars the recording, interception, use or disclosure of any oral or telephonic communication by means of any mechanical or electronic device without the consent of at least one party to the conversation.
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Before turning to a life of crime, Kentucky blue blood Andrew Thornton II had worked as a narcotics officer of all things, and then as a lawyer.
But instead of cocaine worth tens of millions of dollars, police found just 40 open containers with traces of cocaine in them, and a dead black bear.
The animal had apparently feasted on the entire load and subsequently died of an overdose.
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On December 23, 1985, the New York Times reported about a 175-pound black bear that had apparently died of an overdose of cocaine in Georgia’s Chattahoochee National Forest.