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The piece was written by Vincent Beiser and highlights his brave and tenacious reporting as well as gripping narrative. ZA J ohn Hatcher is a big guy, six-footthree and more than 200 pounds. When I met him back in 2011, he was sitting in the fall sunshine on his father’s porch in a little town in West Virginia, wearing a blue polo shirt and sporting a neat goatee. All in all, he looked pretty good for a hardcore junkie. John, then 36, had been hooked for years on prescription pills – mostly painkillers such as OxyContin and Vicodin, opiatebased drugs as potent as their chemical cousin heroin.
But at the time, Becky wasn’t interested. “I could barely get her to smoke a joint,” John told me. They were married the next year in War’s tiny Catholic church. For their honeymoon John took her to a Ramada Inn in a town an hour away. Jonathen was born a year later. Nothing too strange about that by local standards – Becky’s mother had her at 15. Things went all right for the first few years. The family moved into an apartment in town. Becky went to nursing school while John worked on and off and took care of Jonathen.
PLAZA: A dead-eyes stare. No eyebrow movement, no facial creases at all; you just stare right into someone’s soul – the Botox deadpan. Q5 PLAYBOY: You’re named after a song by Bread. When you think of bread, what kind comes to mind? PLAZA: Just a straight-up bag of Wonder Bread. I would never buy that now, but I grew up on it, and SpaghettiOs and hot dogs and stuff like that. Q7 PLAYBOY: Is show business conducive to long-term love relationships? PLAZA: Oh God, I don’t think so, not from what I can see, and I look very hard for it.