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Positive Examples in Law Enforcement

 

May, 2013-

Five suspected heroin-overdose emergencies at Port Angeles in the past 10 days.

 

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

Welcome Home Troops

 

Feb 28th, 2013-

Port Angeles man gets 20 months for selling heroin

If the Border Patrol has the manpower to establish a 50 agent station at Port Angeles- how does heroin get into the US?

 

“According to reports from the U.S. Department of Justice National Drug Intelligence Center and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration officials interviewed by the Tribune, meth became harder to produce in Mexico, so the cartels and their gangs turned to producing heroin. Needing a distribution route into the western U.S., the Mexican gangs chose the Interstate 5 corridor.”

 

JFK speaks about the role of the press in a free society-

 

Our free and independent press recently informed us on Olympic Peninsula US Border Patrol operations.

The article reads like paid advertising or something produced by US Border Patrol public relations.

Most of the photos used in the article were provided by the federal government:

Local Real Estate section-

Patrolling the nation’s borders - the Real Estate section?

More from the same local paper:

‘A gateway to death’

Heroin: Sequim’s drug of choice

 

‘Uptick’ in heroin use seen on North Olympic Peninsula

 

DEA agent says heroin use on the rise in Northwest

 

“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.”

 

“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.”

 

U.S. cities become hubs for Mexican drug cartels’ distribution networks

 

“Federal law enforcement officials say the heroin that shows up in Minnesota comes to the state across the U.S. border from Mexico. For the most part, it is heroin from the Sinaloa drug cartel that is trafficked to Chicago and then to points around the Midwest.”

 

Elsewhere in the US- heroin use is on the rise.

 

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Heroin continues to make it past the drones-

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Surveillance society fails again-

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