Peddling heroin, giving a fake name to the police... but in Connecticut, not Texas.
I inferred from your earlier post that this was likely one of the cases in which remission was brought about by the use of a "miracle drug" that works for... weeks, months, perhaps years... until it stops working. Some people with metastatic / Stage IV / "extensive stage" cancers successfully go through a series of such medications before they run out of options - alas, the options tend to run out pretty quickly with this type of cancer, and a lot of "miracle drugs" won't cross the blood-brain barrier - everybody hopes to beat the odds, but the statistics are grim. I am skeptical that radiation treatments would have done much to prevent such a rapid, massive recurrence of a metastatic cancer, but I lack access to the medical records and have no ability to talk to the oncologist.The boys mother, Nancy Lewis of Falls Village, said her son James suffers from cancer that is thought to have spread from his lungs to his brain. "He didn't think he was going to live long," Lewis said of her son's drug use. Special Public Defender Jennifer Tunnard represented James Bonhotel, who told Ginocchio that he understood the conditions of his release.