"I never in my life thought I'd see the day, as a judge, when I'd ask someone 'What's your drug of choice?' and they'd say 'crack' and I'd think 'Oh, thank God," Callahan said. "It figuratively kills me; it's literally killing this community. I have no sympathy for those who are putting it on the streets."That's where we are: Thank god when it's just crack.
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