Skip to comments.Ohio AG: Enough fentanyl to kill 4 million people seized by Bulk Smuggling Task Force
Posted on 06/12/2018 6:06:45 PM PDT by bgill
The Ohio Attorney General's office said that enough fentanyl to kill more than 4 million people was seized in a Clark County bust Monday night. The Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force seized about 20 pounds of fentanyl as part of an ongoing investigation, and four people were arrested. A large amount of marijuana and more than $100,000 in cash were also seized. Aguilar Reyes-Espinosa of New Carlisle, Omar Cantu-Garcia of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, David Cantu-Garcia of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and Pedro Medina of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, are currently being held in the Montgomery County Jail on drug trafficking charges. "This is another example of the ongoing battle against drug cartels bringing in illegal drugs into our communities,"
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You know it’s propaganda when they describe the amount in the number of potential fatalities.
They sure don’t measure it that way when they deliver it to hospitals!
it’s all about getting some media time, same old, same old.
25 minutes from my front door
How many people could the fentanyl at an ordinary hospital kill?
East Liverpool Ohio is crazy now with dope..
Part of it is no jobs for Americans and dope jobs or illegals.
Shut it down Mr Trump, Shut it down..
Do you know how deadly this stuff is?
If you come in mere contact with it, you can die from overdose. I mean literally, just touching the stuff.
Kick Mexico in the cula!
Stick that foot way up there.
You talk about it as if you are totally unaware that it is considered an essential medicine, present in medical facilities all over the globe, routinely and safely handled by medical professionals worldwide.
By this metric? Enough to kill every person who has ever stepped through the door of one.
These are prescribed. Find the physicians who continue to hand out pain meds like lollipops.
I read the average monthly rx could net you 4K a month selling it. Find those people too.
Worst thing, i bet 60 percent are on Medicare n Medicaid rakking in. 4K on the working man’s back.
“Ohio AG: Enough fentanyl to kill 4 million people seized by Bulk Smuggling Task Force”
Why didn’t they let it through?
“Do you know how deadly this stuff is?
If you come in mere contact with it, you can die from overdose. I mean literally, just touching the stuff.”
I hear just thinking about it can do you in.
The problem will continue, until many more addicts are dead. Keep them alive, and they’ll repeatedly go back for more until dead. They also preach their pro-recreational-drug religion to others and get them hooked along the way.
There were 63,632 deaths from overdoses in 2016. Maybe 20 or 30 million more will do it. Maybe not.
I cant get nothing for 3 effed up discs, I have 3 beers
And gimp around, I am a VFW vet, I cant get candy, nor to I want it
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“Aguilar Reyes-Espinosa of New Carlisle, Omar Cantu-Garcia of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, David Cantu-Garcia of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and Pedro Medina of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, are currently being held in the Montgomery County Jail on drug trafficking charges. “This is another example of the ongoing battle against drug cartels bringing in illegal drugs into our communities,”
Dude, are you talking about the Mexican doctors handing out fentanyl to drug smugglers? Do you really think that all these Mexicans got on Medicaid and got fentanyl patches and lollipop prescriptions at the doctor? OR, did they smuggle in fentanyl in from Mexico?
Do you at least get any military disability payments?
The Fentanyl that's coming across the border is in its purest, raw form. It is deadly when you come in contact with it UNCONTROLLED.
First, define "stuff." The article mentions several popular drugs.
Second: I guess "it" is so deadly the drug dealers wear surgical gloves when working around the "stuff." Do you have a reference for this deadly claim?
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