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Domestic heroin trafficking makes a mockery of all war on terror crime fighting efforts, tactics, tools, & technologies.

 

Feb 28th, 2013-

Port Angeles man gets 20 months for selling heroin

 

911 should have been a drug trafficker’s worst nightmare. The US Dept. of Homeland Security- a whole new federal department- was created to stop terrorists and prevent another 911.

What happened?

 

“Heroin poses a significant problem to Washington, particularly in larger cities such as Seattle, Tacoma, and Yakima. The drug is readily available, and heroin abuse is a significant problem. Violence associated with heroin distribution and abuse is a concern to law enforcement officials. Mexican black tar heroin is the predominant type available in the state.”

 

“Mexico has a new distinction in the world of illicit drugs as Heroin has seen a six-fold increase in production from 2007-2011 making it the largest Opium producer in the World to second place Afghanistan.”

 

“Heroin trafficking is at the core of the Mexican cartels,” he said. “It isn’t sexy. It isn’t pretty. But they’ve been moving heroin for decades, and they make money at it.”

 

Mexican Heroin Causing Deaths All Over U.S.

 

As poppy fields flourish in Mexico, heroin use surges in U.S.

“…Mexican heroin now might hold two-thirds of the U.S. market.”

 

At U.S. border, expensive drones generate lots of buzz, few results

Why hasn’t the Department of Homeland Security been able to keep heroin out of the US?

Think terrorists are smart enough to pose as drug traffickers- then cross into the US free of screening, scanning, pat downs, special IDs, inspection of personal items, etc.

Don’t worry-

The Super Bowl and public affairs will be safe-

 

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula-

Aug 24th, 2011-

Heroin: Sequim’s drug of choice

Aug 28th, 2011-

‘Uptick’ in heroin use seen on North Olympic Peninsula

Feb 2013-

Heroin among drugs driving up Peninsula home burglaries, law enforcers say

We are told the #1 US Border Patrol objective is to stop terrorists. The US Border Patrol explains this objective at a local public forum- this YouTube video covers Border Patrol objectives at 3:50:

 

Kitsap County-

“PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap County Sheriff’s detectives are seeking the public’s help in locating a former South Kitsap man charged with causing a woman’s death by providing her a fatal dose of heroin.”

 

Heroin Use on the Rise—Black Tar Heroin in Kitsap

 

Cowlitz County-

Cowlitz County struggling to reverse rise in overdose deaths

 

More from Washington State-

Police seize 32 pounds of heroin, 4 pounds of methamphetamine hidden in Lakewood apartment where homicide occurred

 

Prescription Drug Abuse Fueling Rise in Heroin in Spokane

“A growing number of people who’ve started abusing expensive prescription drugs are now switching to heroin, which is cheaper and easier to buy.”

 

Spokane Police: Repeat Offender Arrested! Drug House SHUTDOWN!

“During the execution of that warrant Detectives found cash, heroin, crack cocaine, and indication of drug sales.  While searching a room in the basement detectives located a handgun and ammunition.”

“Additional subjects arrested at the scene were:

Molly E. McBride 3/30/74 Possession of Cocaine
Lonnie R. Goin 8/27/47 Possession of Cocaine and Possession with Intent to Deliver (Heroin)
William J Higgins 4/19/72 Possession of Heroin”

 

Post 911 efforts to keep terrorists from visiting the homeland- still unable to keep illegal drugs out-

INVASION OF THE DRUG CARTELS

SOURCES: U.S. NATIONAL DRUG INTELLIGENCE CENTER REPORT 2011, THE U.S. NATIONAL SEIZURE SYSTEM, AND THE JUSTICE IN MEXICO PROJECT

 

Domestic heroin busts are reported as some sort of law & order success-

Each one is evidence that- 11 years after 911- the US Dept. of Homeland Security is unable to prevent criminal traffic from entering the US.

 

Heroin use on the rise-

Minnesota-

Communities fight back as heroin use surges

Ohio-

Meth Production, Heroin Use on the Rise in Cuyahoga Falls

Drug task force: Rise in heroin use ‘outrageous’

North Dakota-

Heroin use in the F-M area seeing a rise

New Hampshire-

Rise of heroin is alarming

Indiana-

Addiction to opiates fuels flood of heroin

Frequent updates here

 

Related-

Surveillance society fails again-

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