FedEx says innocent of U.S. drug charges
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17 (Reuters) - FedEx said it is innocent of drug charges brought by U.S. prosecutors over online pharmacy shipments and will plead not guilty, according to a statement on Thursday.
"FedEx transports more than 10 million packages a day," the company said. "The privacy of our customers is essential to the core of our business. This privacy is now at risk."
(Reporting by Dan Levine; Editing by Chris Reese)
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