NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS JACK FOLSON RPH, MARTIN NDJOU RPH., RICARDO FERTIL PHARMD,NORMAN L CLEMENT JR., PHARM-TECH, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA, ALEXANDER R. BLUE B.S, MS.,MBA., BRIAN OLIATUNJI, RPH, BERES MUSCHETT B.S., MILITARY PERSONNEL AND LOGISTIC CONSULTANT
The DEA has acted as an unregulated medical agency policing medical facilities and medical practices without legal standards and grounds and the DEA Administration Court System body, which operates within the Department of Justice (DOJ), as a run away unconstitutionally entity, and immune to all laws of governance to all courts within the Justice System. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
THE HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE MUST INVESTIGATE
The DEA Court is known to those Attorneys who choose to defend their clients in these “Orders To Show Cause” proceedings as the Court of the Kangaroos. The DEA Court System, is so unique its conduct is separate from any of DOJ formal guidelines; which permits the DEA Agents to operate like un-regulated gangsters. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
While in my attorney’s office on February 24, 2020, I over heard a call, placed, to one attorney co-counsel who had his first case representing a Pharmacy vs. Uttam Dhillion et al. acting administrator of Drug Enforcement Agency. The Attorney pointed out, he had clerked in both the Federal District Court and Federal 4th Circuit Appeals Court Systems, and never in his legal career had he ever seen such Court rules and procedures as he described as arcane, stealthy, bizarre as found in DEA Administrative Court System. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
Currently, there is not one law in America the DEA or its Court System is bound to respect.
- Federal RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURES ARE NOT PERMITTED.
- Jenks rulings or procedures are not allowed.
- Gigilio rulings or protections are not allowed.
- Federal rules of evidence are not allowed.
- The Judge of a DEA Court works for the DEA Administrator (DRUG CZAR), and he/she has final say so in all hearing decisions.
- If the DEA administrator does not agree with the Administrative Judges recommendations, the Judge is terminated.
- Attorneys who practice before this Court, describe rules as arcane, stealthy, very bizarre.
- Most of All cases are heard in Virginia, putting the Respondents from around the Country and their Attorneys in a logistical disadvantage and nightmare.
- Until recently, the DEA Administrator has final decision on all recommendations, he/she has can sit on a recommended order as long as 3 years.
- THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
THE TERM RED FLAG
The DEA has set up a system of de facto discrimination through Cognitive Dissonance which encourages Pharmacists to profiling patients by the Processes of “RED FLAGGING.” The term Red Flag has no statutory meaning in the areas of pharmacy and or within the medical profession. Those pharmacists who merely question these DEA policies risk loss of employment and/or administrative sanctions. The DEA can impose these errant actions because they possess un-checked authority and weapons the ability to intimidate by seizings property and assets. That these DEA policies are applied so arbitrarily makes them discriminatory. (see below video traumatizing those afflicting)
THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
The DEA continues and explicitly express actions that prohibit officers from targeting people based on their religion, national origin, or other characteristics. The DEA agents have substituted the legal standing of reasonable suspicion and probable cause and applied a lesser standard of cause to single out pharmaceutical facilities to obtain their organizational objectives. (see below video i’m not a criminal)
THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
The constitution protects for unwarranted government intrusions. Whereby the government DEA agents express that filled prescriptions without corresponding responsibility is the fundamental actions of a pharmacist. This assumption by the DEA is fundamentally incorrect.
DANGEROUS MIS-INTERPRETATIONS OF THE LAW
DEA agents across the country have applied what they reason as the law or searching and seizing medical facilities. This act in which the DEA agents apply is too vague to be valid. The DEA executed a show cause search warrant in August 2019 at Pronto Pharmacy LLC 1461 W Busch Blvd, Tampa, FL 33612. ( see below video Walgreens, CVS denied care treatment based on a bias)
While the purpose of the search was to obtain evidence of illegal Opioid distribution. The agents took files in the act of searching to discover items to suggest a criminal act took place or is taking place. The act of taking files, remove all electronic devices, remove scales, capsule making machines, ungunator an ointment maker.
Diversion Investigator Richard James Alpert, along with his crew, the Miami DEA Head Director, Supervisors, legal counsel, agents of the DEA who were on site participants of the August 29. 2019 raid, set out to damaged Pronto Pharmacy computer hard drives and returned the monitor with smash screens 60 days later.
Thus the goal and purpose of this raid was to inflict such physical destruction to put Pronto Pharmacy out of business. See below video, as computer tech Erlin Daniel Clement, the 3rd., points out the effects on what DEA attack had done. It is further clear here, DEA wanted to send their calling card message to Pronto Pharmacy or to any other Pharmacy they feel that gets out of line. (See below video DEA Agent destroyed Pronto Pharmacy monitors screens and computers)
THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
The Search team, dismantle camera systems, removed and destroyed a private camcorder. This is not implied within the warrant and the act of looking to find a criminal act is not supported by probable cause. The DEA agents retuned the electronic device; two computer screens were crackled; the computers were nonoperational. Agents should be charged with a common-law misconduct in office1 as well as larceny in a building. (see below video two DEA Agents work to dismantle and disable Pronto Pharmacy security cameras)
PHOTOS OF COMPUTER MONITORS SCREEN RETURNED DESTROYED BY DEA OCTOBER 30, 2019
The search conducted was not specific in nature, whereby the agents confiscated a black three-ring binder that was located on top of a desk. Therefore, the removal of such documents and listed items serve the purpose of developing a case beyond the scope and statues of the search warrant, when the ordering and dispensing ‘Approved Medicinal Drug Products’ is viewed as a criminal act and thus created tacit reasons to search. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
Whereas DEA selectively enforces their arbitrary Red Flag rule of suspicious against the small mom and pop Pharmacy, stating small pharmacies must take 89% insurances and 11% cash (debt. credit card, cash), while large chain drug store companies can freely select-out which insurances they choose to take and not worry about DEA’s interference. The following videos shows a patient, and Ellen Corcorhan is describing her experience when she presents her insurance card at a Walgreens Pharmacy. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
Most notably, the chain pharmacies (CVS, Walgreens) are now owners of the drug insurance companies. So, these large chain pharmacies now own the market, the pricing and which pharmacies plays and which pharmacies are excluded. The problem is so extensive, Walmart had to lay-off 40% of its pharmacy staff around the country in part because of a dispute with CVS CAREMARK over reimbursements. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA
DEA’S CORRESPONDING RESPONSIBILITY VIOLATES PRACTITIONER PATIENT RELATIONSHIP AND THEIR RIGHT TO MEDICAL CARE.
Whereby, 1306.04 Purpose of issue of prescription
(a) A prescription for a controlled substance to be effective must be issued for a legitimate medical purpose by an individual practitioner acting in the usual course of his professional practice. The responsibility for the proper prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances is upon the prescribing practitioner, but a corresponding responsibility rests with the pharmacist who fills the prescription. An order purporting to be a prescription issued not in the usual course of professional treatment, or legitimate and authorized research is not a prescription within the meaning and intent of section 309 of the Act (21 U.S.C. 829) and the person knowingly filling such a purported prescription, as well as the person issuing it, shall be subject to the penalties provided for violations of the provisions of law relating to controlled substances.
(b) A prescription may not be issued in order for an individual practitioner to obtain controlled substances for supplying the individual practitioner for the purpose of general dispensing to patients. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
The DEA follows code 1306.04 with states, “the corresponding responsibility rests with the pharmacist who fills the prescription.” This policy is in the absence of medical logic unless a pharmacist has equal access to the patients’ entire medical/dental records, including treatment plans, radiographs, study models. Further, a pharmacist would require equal knowledge or equal training to the standards of a physician, dentist, or any prescribing practitioner and be capable of conducting a physical examination leading to a diagnosis.
It is more than clear that a pharmacist is incapable of offering a second opinion, altering treatment to the patients or further suggesting changing the dosage to a lesser or greater amount from behind a dispensing counter. Such opinions, would be considered a second opinion and comes dangerously close to practicing medicine without the proper credentials. More importantly, we would need to request a signature from the patient to gain his or her medical record from the prescribing practitioner. (See below Video Patient didn’t know he was classified as a criminal)
More further, 1306.04 fails to be gender-neutral as it further implies all prescribing practitioner to be male. Whereby the Florida standard of medical and medicine depending is based and practiced by license pharmacists. Thus, in the actions of the DEA, the agency is acting upon the citizens based on an unreasonable standard in absences of Reasonable and/or Probable Cause. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
The warrant issued identified Items that are evidence of violations of 21 U.S.C. §§ 841(a)(1) possession with the intent to distribute and distribution of oxycodone and hydromorphone. (see below video I give my permission)
The intent of this law implies that it shall be unlawful for any person knowingly or intentionally— to manufacture, distribute, or dispense, or possess with intent to manufacture, distribute, or dispense, a controlled substance; or to create, distribute, or dispense, or possess with intent to distribute or dispense, a counterfeit substance.
The DEA applied their reinterpretation of the law to identify licensed, Pharmacist, as a person that illegally distribute, or dispense, a controlled substance. The DEA has failed to understand or has deliberately used to law to their advantage to attack African American Pharmacists. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA.
In the case of Pronto Pharmacy LLC, Tampa Florida, owner Norman J. Clement was acting in the capacity of a licensed pharmacist. Whereby a registered Pharmacist is a person who is professionally qualified to prepare and dispense the medicinal drug. This definition and is a statue within the Florida Administrative Code & Florida Administrative Register. The officer acted upon an oath to enter the premises to secure evidence of violations of 21 U.S.C. §§ 841(a)(1) (possession with the intent to distribute and distribution of oxycodone and hydromorphone.
The issue in the case is whether the record as a whole establishes by a preponderance of the evidence that Pronto Pharmacy’s DEA Certificate of Registration Number FP2302076 should be revoked and whether any pending applications for renewal or modification of such registration and applications for any other pending DEA registrations should be denied pursuant to 21 U.S.C. 824(a) (4) and 21 U.S.C. 823(f). THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
The DEA agents removed files with the intent of searching to discover items to suggest a criminal act took place or is taking place. This is not implied within the warrant, and the act of looking to find a criminal act is not supported by probable cause. Such act to search to find without stated cause for the search is an investigative function that violates the premise of a search warrant and violates the basis of Probable Cause and elements of Reasonable Suspicion. The search conducted was not specific in nature, whereby the agents confiscated items not specific to the warrant.
The removal of such documents and items serves no purpose of criminal activity but only to developing a case beyond the scope and statues of the search. The intent that a person and not a sold medication and criminalizing the job of a licensed Pharmacist. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA.
The Fourth Amendment
The Fourth Amendment was intended to create a constitutional buffer between U.S. citizens and the intimidating power of law enforcement. The officers failed to indicate within their search warrant the components of what was to be seized. Therefore, the officers exercised undue discretion when they choose to search and seize. Therefore, the interest of the defendant was violated when the search and seizures became “unreasonable” and not authorized by the warrant based upon probable cause, to remove personal artifacts such as documents of academic research. This binder contained copyrighted academic research. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA.
The officers apparently did not know that a pharmacist is not just a person but a license individual to compound, distribute, or dispense, or possess control substance. The act to remove all electronic devices is an act to suspend the income and eliminate the practice of filling legal prescriptions.
DEFECTIVE SEARCH WARRANT DESIGN TO BE DECEPTIVE: 21 U.S.C. 841(a)( 1)
The officers should have known Pronto Pharmacy is a license pharmaceutical medical facility whereby Class 2 narcotic analgesics are stored and sold. The officers made a deliberate choice to reclassify, without legally redefining or understanding the different between a license’s pharmaceutical facility and a street corner drug operation. By their actions, the DEA agents ignored the laws in that they identified the pharmacist as a person. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA.
This allowed them to deceive the courts to cause a signature to support their deception of probable cause that a person, not a pharmacist was compounding and or manufacturing drugs. Items that are evidence of violations of 21 U.S.C. 841(a)( 1) (possession with the intent to distribute and distribution of oxycodone and hydromorphone substances) and 846 (conspiracy to do the same) and 843 (fraud/deception regarding the same), including the following: Distributing, ordering, purchasing, or the loss or disposal of oxycodone and hydromorphone. These items can be found in a licensed Pharmacy such as was in Pronto Pharmacy LLC on August 29, 2020.
On this statement, the agents fully knew and understood that these medical narcotic analgesics will be found. They further knew and failed to understand the distinct difference and the lack of cognitive distinctive analytical differential association. Whereby they could not differentiate between a licensed pharmaceutical facility and an illegal non licensed drug house. The police acted far outside of their scope of training when they wrote “Information to Be Searched and Items to Be Seized” All capsules and powder, including capsules containing suspected controlled substances.
This warrant plainly violates the due processes clause of the Constitution 1st, 4th 8th and 14th amendments. Whereby, capsules and powder, including capsules containing suspected controlled (see below videos “why Small Pharmacies are fee for Service)
substances. Will be naturally found in a licensed facility pharmacy (Pronto Pharmacy) and to list such as suspected controlled items is a clear and deliberate to operate under illusion that a crime is afoot. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA.
Moreover, If the prescriptions were fraudulent than how did law enforcement obtained the records of each prescription transactions? If the records were obtained from Pronto’s computer and subsequently transmitted to the PDMP (the DEA computer systems). Via the PDMP computer system, the DEA has full knowledge of each medical Class 2 prescription that was filled. The DEA agents should have known from the ARCOS system what prescriptions were filled. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA. (see below videos “why Small Pharmacies are fee for Service)
Therefore, the criminalization of medical practices was a clear intent to undermined a legitimate pharmaceutical operation and to personalize a templet to initiating a warrant and raid must be questioned. Did the DEA agents inquire if the individual has medical insurance? Most insurance do not cover oxycodone, and a business has to right to deny taking insurance because many insurances do not pay. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
COMPOUNDING CONTROL MEDICATIONS
During January 28, 2020, Drug Enforcement Administration Hearing, Agent Richard James Albert Jr., Diversion Investigator for the Drug Enforcement Administration. Agent Albert stated that he “became involved after receiving a phone call from the Department of Health about a pharmacy compounding Hydromorphone and Oxycodone.” THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND FDA.
There is a conflict in order whereby Norman Clement, is licensed to compounding Hydromorphone and Oxycodone under license number PS37644. The agent displayed and lack of knowledge of the law whereby a phone call does not give an officer probable cause and the right to search on mere suspicion. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA, THIS AGENT MUST BE TERMINATED FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE LAW.
The initial contact shows a lack of significant knowledge and training whereby the act of compounding was a legal act, and anything based on this assumption fall under “The Fruit of The Poisonous Tree.” THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
64B16-27.700 Definition of Compounding
“Compounding” is the professional act by a pharmacist or other practitioner authorized by law, employing the science or art of any branch of the profession of pharmacy, incorporating ingredients to create a finished product for dispensing to a patient or for administration by a practitioner or the practitioner’s agent; and shall specifically include the professional act of preparing a unique finished product containing any ingredient or device defined by Sections 465.003(7) and (8), F.S.
The term also includes the preparation of nuclear pharmaceuticals and diagnostic kits incident to use of such nuclear pharmacies. The term “commercially available products,” as used in this section, means any medicinal product as defined by Sections 465.003(7) and (8), F.S., that are legally distributed in the State of Florida by a drug manufacturer or wholesaler.
(1) Compounding includes:
(a) The preparation of drugs or devices in anticipation of prescriptions based on routine regularly observed prescribing patterns.
(b) The preparation pursuant to a prescription of drugs or devices which are not commercially available.
(c) The preparation of commercially available products from bulk when the prescribing practitioner has prescribed the compounded product on a per prescription basis, and the patient has been made aware that the pharmacist will prepare the compounded product.
The reconstitution of commercially available products pursuant to the manufacturer’s guidelines is permissible without notice to the practitioner.
If the officers were asked the difference between compounding and manufacturing, they must know what they are being asked. A reasonable officer could not support or testify to the facts of any item or file that was within the seized computer or secondary storage systems.
Based on the initial phone from a unknowlegable Department of Health Inspector Cheryl Eschear of the Tampa office call to say Pronto Pharmacy was compounding control medication which was legal, the DEA stigmatize the disease immediately jumped to criminalize treatment, payment and therefore, they (see below videos “why Small Pharmacies are fee for Service)
Had the agents studied pharmacology, they would have known the chemical composition and the treatment rate of various medications. These agents should have known the multifaced functions of pharmaceutical procedures of chronic pain therapeutic plans. Therefore, what law enforcement saw from their lack of knowledge of pharmacology was the perception that a criminal act was taken place. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA, AND BOTH HEALTH DEPARTMENT INSPECTORS AND DEA ALL DEA PERSONNEL MUST BE TERMINATE
The police are not trained or knowledgeable of medical treatment plans. This process is similar to Tylenol, and Motrin asks the police are the difference between these two medications. With adequate knowledge in pharmacology, the police certainly would have known the difference in drug interactions.
Therefore, the search through the computer was and after facts search for the discovery information to support the Law Enforcement accusation of what was perceived by them as a fraud.
DEA TARGETING AND PROFILING OF PRONTO PHARMACY WENT ON FOR YEARS
According to the DEA Certificate of Registration Number FP230207621, U.S.C. § 824(d), “because Pronto Pharmacy’s continued registration constitutes an imminent danger to the public health or safety.” During the period of DEA operation upon Pronto’s Pharmacy, there were nine pharmaceutical facilities within a six-mile radius of Pronto Pharmacy, operating and sell opioids. Moreover, two months before the federal raid, Pronto Pharmacy was inspected by the Florida Board of Pharmacy. Pronto pharmacy passed the inspection.
During the same time, the DEA’s raided Ponto’s Pharmacy. Several white males owned pharmacies filling opioid prescriptions and are permitted to operate to this day. Of the nine pharmaceutical facilities currently operating each pharmacy, they are filling more prescriptions for Opioids than Pronto Pharmacy. The acts and actions of the DEA, has made it clear that federal agents have targeted Pronto Pharmacy. THIS IS CLANDESTINE DIABOLICAL RACISMO!!!
The DEA targeting tactics have identified and Pronto Pharmacy with false claims. The DEA has ignored their data and caused to blame the owner-operator of Pronto Pharmacy for placing the public in imminent danger under U.S.C. § 824(d). THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
Examining two of the nine pharmacies located in Hillsborough County along with Pronto Pharmacy:
PMSI Pharmacy, 4502 WOODLAND CORPORATE BLVD SUITE 105 TAMPA FL 33614
- Twenty-six million two hundred fifty-three thousand eight hundred pills were shipped to this pharmacy between 2006 and 2012.
- About enough for 44 pills per year for each of the 83,874 people who live within five miles of Pronto Pharmacy.
OMNICARE PHARMACY OF FL, LP8603 FLORIDA MINING BOULEVARD TAMPA FL 33634
- Thirteen million eight hundred sixteen thousand nine hundred pills were shipped to this pharmacy between 2006 and 2012.
- About enough for 22 pills per year for each of the 86,780 people who live within five miles of this Pronto Pharmacy.
It becomes clear that individually each of these two pharmaceuticals received and produces more opioids sales to the streets than Pronto Pharmacy. THIS IS CLASSIC RACIAL PROFILING!
Whereas with Pronto Pharmacy, had
- Three hundred forty-eight thousand pills shipped to Pronto pharmacy between 2006 and 2012.
- About enough for less than one pill per year for each of the 104,932 people who live within five miles of this pharmacy. THIS IS CLASSIC RACIAL PROFILING!!
After examining the DEA database, it becomes apparent their data points are inaccurate. Each of these pharmacies is within 6 miles of each other. These data points would seem, therefore, to overlap multiple pharmacies within the data areas. If the DEA included the entire area, it would be plain to see that Pronto Pharmacy would produce less than one pill per year for each of the 104,932 people who live within five miles of this pharmacy. The actual number would most likely be .5 pill per year of each. THIS IS CLASSIC RACIAL PROFILING!!!
The DEA used an arbitrary level of calculation to single out Norman Clement, an African American male, owner-operator of Pronto’s Pharmacy. These calculations are applied to support the efforts to convince judges to sign warrants to raid and destroy businesses. Although Pronto pharmacy fills the least amount of opioids among competing pharmacies, with in the area. Using the DEA PDMP system is clear to see that no other pharmacy within the area is being forced to stop business operations. The DEA has claimed that Pronto’s Pharmacy presents an imitate danger to the community. THIS IS CLASSIC RACIAL PROFILING!!!!
If it could be the reason that an African American Male single handily contributed to the growth of the opiate crises. How then is PMSI Pharmacy be allowed to operate when they are filing 25,905,800 92% more opioids within the same time frame and geographical location as Pronto Pharmacy. This PMSI Pharmacy is still operating. Yet, an African American male filling fewer pills that are sounding counterparts is prevented from conducting business in Tampa, Florida, Hillsborough County. Why?
The federal Drug Enforcement Agents assigned to opioid enforcement operating in Tampa, Florida, in August 2019, acted more liken to criminal intervention team’ assigned mostly to investigate, and that focuses on African Americans to justify drug enforcement. ESTE E’ RACISMO DIABO’LICO CLANDESTINO!!!!!
The removal of files is an act of searching to discover items to suggest a criminal act took place or is taking place. The searching and removal and destruction are not implied within the warrant, and the act of looking to find a criminal act or function is not supported by probable cause. Such act to see is an investigative function that violates the premise of a search warrant. The aspect of a search is the basis of reasonable suspicion. THE CONGRESS MUST INVESTIGATE DEA AND THEIR COURT SYSTEM.
TRIBUTE TO QUILOMBO dos PALMARES, GREENWOOD, TULSA, AND ROSEWOOD AND BLACK BOTTOM DETROIT
African American Pharmacist at Risk of Elimination
Ability to past on generational wealth is effectively thwarted by the Department of Justice in 2 distinct ways, wealth and education. Despite the levels of training and knowledge of the African American Pharmacists, or for that manner, any pharmacists receive the DEA continues to profile these persons and facilities as a place of criminal activity; we are deemed as both upidity and arrogant, yet we are but role models and invisible men all in the same day.
In the United States, Brazil Quilombo dos Palmares 1699, Cuba 1912, China African Town 2003 the challenges of African business to develop and sustainment had been fraught with unusual challenges. In 1921, the Tulsa Race Riot (or the Greenwood Massacre) mobs of white residents attacked black residents and businesses. In 1923, the Rosewood Massacre in Florida several black American citizens considerably propertied businesses owners alone with the African American citizenry were killed, and the property destroyed. We are not seen as humans beings with a God given brain to reason or be analytical and the manifestation of which XM Radio host Joseph Madison Says ” is to be underestimated, under-valued and marginalized.”
We would like to express my sincere gratitude to the African American entrepreneurs for their continuous efforts to open and operate licenses pharmacies. Despite the historical threat to their survival. These pioneers attended universities to gain knowledge and college degrees in pharmacy, Ph.D.’s in pharmacy, dentistry and many other academic fields. My support for their academics and entrepreneurial efforts is unending.
They know the United States Government, DEA, cannot and will not tolerate an African American pharmaceutical Business to survive. While conducting this research, I could not have imagined having a better mentor for academic and entrepreneurial teachings than the African American medical practitioners throughout the United States.
Their patience, motivation, and immense knowledge of the dangers from government intrusions are a factor for all Africans who were knowledgeable/entrepreneurial by owning a pharmaceutical business is a danger to their health, life, and economic stability.
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