I just watched that whole video ...and I'm speechless. WHAT IS WRONG WITH OUR SYSTEM? I defy anyone to defend this. As I am married to a man with chronic pain, I would fight to the death his right to get the pain medication he needs...this is so outrageous. Is there anyway to help with the defense of this woman?
Is there anyway to help with the defense of this woman?
I haven't found one yet, but I'm looking.
I hope some good lawyer out there does a good deed and helps this woman... it is ridiculous. A terrorists has more rights than this woman!
My experience is with my step-mother. She was sent home for hospice, and passed away. The hospice attendants had to witness the destruction of ALL pain meds. Every person and congresscritter that supports the War on some Drugs is part and parcel to this travesty. One single tablet, capsule, patch, or vial on the premises will result in a felony conviction for anyone and everyone on the premises. It is all about control of other people. It is a crying shame, since the people that impose the laws and restrictions have never suffered real pain.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH OUR SYSTEM?
It's all about governmental control over every aspect of out lives. Consider this-Just about anything you do, or don't do, is a crime, and more are becoming federal offenses.
We've got to stop these terrible drug-pushing doctors...(sarc)...scare 'em good with a few "examples" so that they fear for their freedom if a patient wants pain meds...
As for what is wrong with the system. Its not about putting criminals away. Its about winning as many cases as a prosecutor can, so one can to climb the ladder. It is only about power, because the only power the government has is to make its citizens criminals. More criminals means more cops, prosecutors, judges, jails, guards, and taxes; which are increased by the same politicians that claim their getting the drug dealers off the streets. The war on drugs is a failure just like the social security system; the problem is there is too much power and money in both to have an honest debate about changing them.