Seneca-Cayuga Tribe revoked license for pharmacy
Authorities in Oklahoma were long interested in the activities of an Internet pharmacy but it wasn't until the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe pulled the pharmacy's license that they were able to act.

Since Norman Edward Enyart Jr., 60, was doing business on tribal land, state authorities had no jurisdiction. But when the tribe pulled Enyart's license in February in a dispute over tobacco taxes owed by his smokeshop, he moved his operation to his home.

That allowed the state to take action because Enyart wasn't on tribal land. They said he was operating four web sites that took in $24,000 a day on prescriptions.

Authorities say drugs dispensed by the pharmacy have been linked to deaths but The Oklahoman said it hasn't been able to verify the claim.

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