Norman Clement RPH., DDS, NORMAN L.CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., MARTIN NDJOU, RPH., WALTER L. SMITH BS., MS., TYRONE HUMBLES, SHELLEY HIGHTOWER PHARMD, ALFRED EVANS RPH., MS., ADRIENE EDMUNDSON, LYNN MICHELLE CLARK, BELINDA PARKER-BROWN, REV. C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., WILLIE GUINYARD BS., BRAHM FISHER ESQ., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., ESTER HYATT PHD., BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER, DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BS., CUDJOE WILDING, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISOR
FROM THE EYES OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONAL
Norman J Clement, Aaron Howard, Lynn Michelle Clarke, Rick Fertil demand the return of our DEA Pharmacy Control Substance Registrations Immediately.
Racial indifference is Corruption
The Department of Justice, DEA office has claimed that pharmacies have ignored their legal duty to prevent the diversion of narcotic painkillers for illicit uses. The Agents of the DEA have deceived the courts to secured search administration warrants and Search Warrants. Within the State of Florida, the agents claim they raid Pharmacies to slow down the Opioid crisis within Florida.
These claims are is so far deceptive that it fails to document the facts that illegal fentanyl has sales as increased. Also, in Florida DEA agents have been illegally been employed by Drug Cartels. This combination of efforts has caused the DEA to be the gatekeeper and sub-recipients of drug sales into the United States. Their efforts to undermine legal sales have promoted the sales of illegal sales. They have caused this by means of searches and seizures based on reasonable suspicion to remove all Schedule 2 medications and equipment.
The multidimensional levels of corrupted behavior have allowed the DEA to view themselves as enforcers of justice.
Within their own eyes, they see no wrong. As this agency continues on its trajectory, it will soon develop into murderous acts to protect the agency or themselves from detection. This agency has subordinated the laws in exchange to justify their actions. Right or wrong they stand behind what they do and believe. This deliberate drive to be has shifted a once well-known and professional agency, to accept ‘deviant, dishonest, improper, unethical or criminal behavior. The men and women of this once well-known and respected agency would understand the impact of deception. Today the DEA does not and cannot accept errors of their ways.
According to research done by Dr. Richard Lawhern:
“The basic premises of the 2016 CDC guidelines on the prescription of opioid analgesics to adults with chronic non-cancer pain are wrong. And CDC KNOWS they are wrong!
Higher overdose mortality from 2010-2020 is a direct outgrowth of socioeconomic factors and the invasion of illegal Fentanyl into US street markets. We also know from State-level analysis of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs data that when a prescription-type opioid is found in postmortem toxicity screens, it is likely to be only one substance among several, including illegal or diverted drugs and alcohol. Our “drug crisis” is driven by illegal drugs, not prescriptions.”
The same is true about the War on Drugs. The efforts of the DEA, shutting down legitimate operating pharmacies are providing drug cartels a major boost. The arrogance of their wrong is perpetrated, with each pharmacy that is closed, the sales of illegal pain medication are increasing in the community. Such an aggressive act clearly displays that this government agency has lost its way. It is difficult to draw conclusions about prohibition’s impact on crime at the national level, as there were no uniform national statistics gathered about crime prior to 1930. It has been argued that organized crime received a major boost from Prohibition.
Just imagine if the DEA went after Walmart, the largest company in the United States, and disrupted the prescription sales of Class 2 pharmaceuticals. This would certainly disrupt legal sales and promote illegal sales. Corruption causes blindness to the facts of the laws. This blindness has caused the DEA to become numb and not objective at viewing right from wrong.
Why did DEA deliberately make their way into African American Owned pharmacists and seize medication and equipment? After seizing pharmaceuticals medication and equipment. this agency cannot find the medication and equipment. What did they do with it? A poorly managed and poorly run law enforcement organization functions with a handicap of corruption.
What are the real reasons behind the DEA efforts to shut down African American pharmacists?
On an Administrative inspection Warrant In order to ensure compliance with the Act and its implementing regulations, DEA is authorized to conduct an inspection of the premises of registrants, under the authority of 21 U.S.C., Sections 878(a) and 880(b). Specifically, the Act authorizes DEA to conduct administrative inspections to:
(1) inspect and copy records, information, reports, and other documents required to be kept of made under the Act; and
(2) inspect the controlled premises, all pertinent equipment, drugs, and other substances or materials, containers, and labeling found therein (including records, files, papers, processes, controls, and facilities) appropriate for verification of the records, reports, and documents or otherwise bearing on the provisions of the Act and
(3) inventory stock of any controlled substance or listed chemical of obtaining samples of such substance pursuant 21 U.S.C., Section 880(b)(3). Aarric, Inc. dba At Cost Rx is a registrant with DEA.
What was the crime committed?
At Cost Rx, operated within the state of Florida pharmaceutical guidelines. Through the court process, the agents then seek to remove the licenses of the pharmacist. However, these tactics are only applied to African American-owned Pharmacies. The racial indifference has prevented African American Pharmacy owners from operating a business in Florida. Had these practices been equally applied to White Own Pharmacies, there would be no operating pharmacies in Florida.
This attack upon African American own Pharmacies in Florida is raced based.
An example of Discriminatory Enforcement
The DEA ARCOS system identified three pharmacies within a six-mile radius of Pronto Pharmacy an African American own and operated facility.
• PMSI Pharmacy, Tampa Florida (White Owned)
• OMNICARE PHARMACY OF Florida, Tampa Florida (White Owned)
• Pronto Pharmacy, Tampa Florida (Black Owned)
PMSI Pharmacy: Between 2006 and 2012, 26,253,800 Schedule 2 medications were shipped to this pharmacy
OMNICARE PHARMACY: Between 2006 and 2012, 13,816,900 Schedule 2 medications were shipped to this pharmacy.
Pronto Pharmacy: Between 2006 and 2012, 348,000 Schedule 2 medications were shipped to this pharmacy.
Pronto Pharmacy received substantially fewer Schedule 2 medications than Omnicare and PMSI. The DEA agents have applied their cultural indifferences and deliberately attack and destroy African American-owned pharmacies, around the country.
PMSI received and processed 25,305,800 more pills than Pronto pharmacy and Omnicare pharmacy received and processes 13,468,900 more pills than Pronto Pharmacy.
If African American pharmacists single handily contributed to the growth of opiates and single-handedly placed the community in imamate danger, how then is PMSI Pharmacy allowed to operate when they are filing for more opioids within the same time frame and geographical location as Pronto Pharmacy.
At some point in time, the DEA will expand into other areas to promote their rain of terror. This agency has become so corrupt that it has become impossible to determine who is the good or bad guy.
The lines of justice are becoming blurry. If an agency can act with immunity based on color then that agency is not objective and has placed a dark cloud on the peoples of America.
The real question that must be asked is, what will this agency become to America, and who is this agency serving? Americans, or themselves.
God Bless America
FOR NOW, YOU’RE
WITHIN THE NORMS