dsc_0175-2 Recovery, rehab, treatment, & addiction are important parts of this story.

What part of the story is missing?

Has anyone ever seen the press question the US Dept. of Homeland Security/CBP on their role in keeping heroin away from the Puget Sound area?

Interesting that the heroin problem seems to have grown after 911, the addition of The US Dept. of Homeland Security and the requirement for passports/enhanced & Real IDs.

Standard driver’s licenses have not been accepted at the border since 2009.

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Made a comment here which has been deleted.

The comment requested that newspeople schedule an interview with the US Dept. of Homeland Security and report back on what they are doing to keep heroin away from the Puget Sound area.

My comments/questions contained no hate speech, foul language, threats of violence, insults towards others, etc.

“Many of those struggling with opioid abuse started out using prescription pain pills, then turned to heroin after being cut off from the legal high.”

Newspeople,

Please let us know what the US Dept. of Homeland Security is doing to keep heroin away from the Puget Sound area.

Background:

2014-

Island county to purchase new patrol boat to help with Puget Sound security:

Federal grant money goes to “…gain a better grasp on cross border activity and to prevent illegal crossings.”

“Funding for the boat was issued through the Homeland Security Grant Program under Operation Stonegarden.”

Has the Island County Homeland Security-funded patrol boat been able to intercept any inbound heroin?

Newspeople remain silent.

Additional news links here:

Whidbey Heroin Boondoggle – Zero questions from the press

 

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


Frequent updates here.

 

Related:

More Puget Sound Meth & Heroin – Zero questions from the press

 

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Meanwhile, Heroin-Trafficking Cartels Move Product into Washington State

 

 

 

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