Breaking Bad might be dead and gone (unless you bought the box set) on TV, but the real Walter White lives on. And we don’t mean Bryan Cranston.

Meet the biggest meth cook in Alabama, who built an empire in the rural areas of the state and how he lived it up during the peak of his run. You will also learn how he eventually got caught back in 2008 and managed to turn his life around, at least for the moment. He has trial in March 2014, so if convicted, he can face life in prison.
Much like the character on Breaking Bad, the real Walter lived it up and spent his money on trucks, tools and out of town party trips at the height of his meth cooking business and for good reason. He had the best meth in the state and he knew it. He knew how to turn it into different colors too, but the purest was when it was white.
Although his family life suffered, a judge had mercy on him when he was caught alongside his distribution partner Sammy, by bringing his bond down from $2 million dollars. He currently lives at the Foundry as he awaits trial.

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