A mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with terminal cancer becomes a crystal meth kingpin to provide for his family.
The premise of Breaking Bad is a bit too far-fetched to actually come true, right?
Get this: a “compassionate, gifted” priest in Connecticut — arguably an even less likely meth lord than Breaking Bad’s fictional Walter White — has been nabbed in a cross-country drug sting for allegedly selling meth to undercover narcs.
Monsignor Kevin Wallin, former pastor of suburban Connecticut’s St. Augustine Parish, was among five people nabbed by federal drug agents and indicted by a grand jury on six counts of possession with intent to distribute.
Take that, Heisenberg.
Although the Bible doesn’t specifically refer to crystal meth, it’s safe to assume there’s some kind of “thou shalt not” rule forbidding this kind of thing.
Proverbs 23: 19-21, for example, warns us to to “be not among winegibbers.” Presumably being among methgibbers is also a no-no of biblical proportions.