NORMAN J CLEMENT, WALTER R, CLEMENT, NORMAN L. CLEMENT JR., JELANI ZIMBABAWE CLEMENT, AARON HOWARD, BRIAN OLATUNJI, JACK FOLSON, RICARDO FERTIL, BERES MUSCHETT
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PRACTICING PHARMACY WHILE BLACK A NEW KIND OF THREAT TO AMERICA
THE PROFILING OF LINCOURT PHARMACY, CLEARWATER FLORIDA
They have forced drug wholesaler to stop doing business with small pharmacies based on fictions quotas or sole because they perceived a Black pharmacist to be uppidity, arrogant and making too much money.
Such is the case of Lewis Ladson, owner of Lincourt Pharmacy Clearwater Fl., in (black-own) business some 35 years and was one of the larges Compound specialty sterile-non sterile pharmacy in America. Yet, Lincourt Pharmacy is not the only business and this happening all over the country everywhere. Ladson states,
“Congress must get character and stop being intimidated by DEA and oversight is needed investigation by Inspector General is needed, The War on us (drugs) must be put to and end.”
WHILE WE WERE NOT LOOKING
So, while we are affixed to Iran, Iraq, and Impeachment, Black Owned Pharmacies in the normal practice of Pharmacy, throughout the country are being summarily targeted, raided, property (see video below Rebecca)
illegally seized, and issued orders as “Imminent Threats to Public Health and Safety” by the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency). See below Order to Show Cause Pronto Pharmacy
More importantly, DEA’s pharmacy expert Donal Sullivan, a Clinical Professor at The Ohio State
University College of Pharmacy opines people like Rebecca who come to Pronto Pharmacy are abusers and their prescriptions are not for legitimate purposes.
Dr. Sullivan classifies patients like Rebecca as unresolvable “Red Flags” and no reasonable Pharmacist would ever fill her prescription. Patient Rebecca, states she comes to Pronto Pharmacy because a Walgreen Pharmacist, on 78th and Palm River Road called her a dope addict and refused to fill her prescriptions (see video below)
Dr. Sullivan testified, under cross-examination from Attorney for Pronto Dale Sisco of Tampa Fl., in a DEA Administrative Court proceedings January 29, 2020, Timberlake Bldg., he has never interviewed both Rebecca or any other patient being treated at Pronto Pharmacy or for that matter any prescribing practitioners. Nor, has Dr. Sullivan reviewed any patient(s) charts or radiographs. In fact, he testified he didn’t have to because the Red Flags were unresolvable.
Many of these Black-owned Pharmacies have been in business for more than 10 years.
In just the past 6 months at least 7 or more Black-owned Pharmacies have been attacked and classified as “Public Health Threats” and Control Substance Registration suspended. See below Order to Show Cause Oak Hill Hometown Pharmacy
We have been able to document some of these Black own Pharmacies which have been targeted profiled:
At Cost Pharmacy, Ft. Meyers, owner Aaron Howard in business 10 years, raided January 7, 2020 “an imminent danger to the public health or safety”, (see below Order to Show Cause At Cost Pharmacy Ft. Meyers, Fl.)
Gulf Med Pharmacy, Cape Coral, Fl owner Ricardo Fertil in business 10 years, raided Nov 19, 2019, “an imminent danger to the public health or safety,”
Oak Hill Home Town Pharmacy, Oak Hill, WV owner Martin Mnjoku in business 15 years, raided Aug, 6, 2019 “an imminent danger to the public health or safety”,
Pronto Pharmacy LLC, Tampa, Fl owner Norman J Clement, in business 10 years, raided Aug 29, 2019 “an imminent danger to the public health or safety”,
DEA Agents Participated in The Capitol January 6, insurrection, Why has Home Land Security and Judiciary Committees In Congress been reluctant Investigating these acts (see video of agent on Fox News and his brother is FBI)
Top Line Pharmacy, Tampa, Fl owner Brian Olatunji, in business 20 years raided 2017-18, “an imminent danger to the public health or safety”, out of business
PRONTO PHARMACY UNDER ATTACK BY TRUMP’S DEA THE RAID ON PRONTO PHARMACY August 29, 2019 By Walter R. Clement AND NORMAN J CLEMENT RPh., DDS “we must stop stigmatizing the disease and traumatizing the afflicted.”……Professor Sangu Delle , of Ghana
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