Mexican Drug Kingpin Smuggled Enough Fentanyl To “Kill Millions” In NYC

Mexican Drug Kingpin Smuggled Enough Fentanyl To “Kill Millions” In NYC:

…local law enforcement agencies discovered that San José del Cabo resident Francisco Quiroz-Zamora, 41, known as “Gordo,” or “Fatso,” was the primary source of large fentanyl shipments to the New York City region.

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Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine Is Overtaking Miami

Hmmm.

And what kind of drug dealer would kill his customers?

… or is “somebody who must not be named” getting rid of some (what they” are calling) “useless eaters”?

Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine Is Overtaking Miami:

The rapid influx of synthetic opioids into Florida is sparking an emergency warning from federal agents who say the deadly substances are seeping into cocaine supplies.

Officials with the Drug Enforcement Administration in Miami said Friday cocaine cut with fentanyl is becoming a widespread problem throughout the state, particularly in South Florida. State drug labs are finding both fentanyl, a synthetic opioid roughly 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine, and carfentanil, a fentanyl analog roughly 10,000 times more powerful than morphine used largely as an elephant tranquilizer, reports the Sun Sentinel.

More than 180 samples of cocaine from 21 Florida counties analyzed by forensic scientists in the past two years have tested positive for potent opioids. Miami-Dade by far had the most contaminated cocaine supply, with 69 samples testing positive for opioids like fentanyl and carfentanil.

Cocaine-related deaths have doubled since 2012 in Florida and claimed more lives in 2016 than any other drug. Roughly 36 people died each month in Miami-Dade county from cocaine related issues in 2016.

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Killed by the ‘drop dead’ drug: How the lethal high fentanyl is shattering families in Britain after being blamed for 10,000 deaths in the US every year

Killed by the ‘drop dead’ drug: How the lethal high fentanyl is shattering families in Britain after being blamed for 10,000 deaths in the US every year

H/t reader kevin a.

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Prescription Drug Deaths Now Outnumber Traffic Fatalities in US

The main ingredient in Prozac is FLUORIDE!


Prescription Drug Deaths Now Outnumber Traffic Fatalities in U.S. (Activist Post, Sep. 19, 2011):

In 2009, drugs exceeded the amount of traffic-related deaths, killing at least 37,485 people nationwide. According to information provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the very pharmaceuticals that are prescribed to treat life-endangering conditions are now ending lives.

The death toll is partially due to an increase in mental illness medication known as psychotropics, which have been criticized by health experts as being oftentimes unnecessarily prescribed. The pills, given to patients to prevent suicide thoughts and tendencies, may actually lead to suicidal thoughts and suicide. In 2005, it was found that link between Prozac and suicidal behavior was kept a secret. The BBC even reported in as early as the year 2000 that Prozac ‘led to suicide’. Oftentimes killers will end their own lives after shootings, or attempt to force the cops to kill them. This is essentially a form of suicide with a mixture of murderous tendencies. If Prozac can drive someone to suicide, could it also drive someone to end someone else’s life?

Paxil, an anti-depressant, was linked to violent behavior in 2006. Lawsuits followed, and brings up questions as to whether or not similar drugs have the same effects.

The Los Angeles Times reports:

Public health experts have used the comparison to draw attention to the nation’s growing prescription drug problem, which they characterize as an epidemic. This is the first time that drugs have accounted for more fatalities than traffic accidents since the government started tracking drug-induced deaths in 1979.

Fueling the surge in deaths are prescription pain and anxietydrugs that are potent, highly addictive and especially dangerous when combined with one another or with other drugs or alcohol. Among the most commonly abused are OxyContin, Vicodin, Xanax and Soma.

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