EXPOSING THE CORRUPTION WITHIN THE UNITED STATES DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION’S “WAR ON DRUGS” AND HOW CONGRESSMAN JOHN CONYERS FOUGHT TO REFORM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND DRUG POLICIES IN AMERICA

WE ARE PHARMACIST NOT DRUG DEALERS

REPORTED BY

NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L.CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., LYNN MICHELLE CLARK, BELINDA PARKER-BROWN, REV. C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., WILLIE GUINYARD BS., BRAHM FISHER ESQ., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD.ESTHER HYATT PHD., BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDERDEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BS., CUDJOE WILDING, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISOR

norm j clement dds             

“…racism wears many masksit is called Jim Crow one decade…only to be disguised as voter ID in another century, preventing election fraud, when no fraud ever exists…when wisdom becomes a threat, the knowledgable are deem arrogant and those learned are imprisoned…in healthcare, we must lead the fight for justice by connecting the dots of injustice…uncovering the unique, cleverly designed barriers erected to inhibit people from seeking treatment and preventing those licensed professionally and whom are capable from delivering proper healthcare…requiring them to view humans as algorithms to be uncared, then only  have systemic injustices wage war upon both their souls an affording neither of them dignity and respect…”

Joe Madison.               

” The question is??? What are we going to do about it”

BY

NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS

PEOPLE IN THIS VIDEO

Jails, Prisons, and Drugs

I knew John Conyers. The Congressman was our neighbor, my Fraternity Brother, and we both belong to the same Detroit Alumni Kappa Alpha Psi Chapter. His chief of Staff Cederick Hendricks and I were classmates at Detroit Mumford High School and graduated in 1969 and he belongs to the same fraternity. In private we all called him John.

The Congressman was very visible in the community frequently held office and met with people at the local restaurants, Starbucks, gas stations, post office, grocery stores, church, funeral homes, bars, anywhere he could set up a table and a couple of chairs John was there.

nat turner wearing a Congressmans’ badge

Congressman John Conyers was a tireless, fearless warrior in the fight for justice and criminal justice reform. John Conyers, was a warrior against racism and racial injustice everywhere in the world. His actions and the actions of his office with others freed Nelson Mandela, brought down Apartheid in South Africa, created the Martin Luther King Holiday, a staunch fighter for voting rights, took on the racism of both Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Strom Thurmond and many others.

His son, John Jr., in his eulogy, said “I can best describe my dad as a Nat Turner wearing a shirt in a tie and a Congressman’s badge”

THE HOUSE GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE PANEL ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM

“HOW THE WAR ON DRUGS IS WORKING 1990”

I was select as one of the speakers on this panel by Mr. Conyer’s office through the work of our think tank research Dental Survey of America on exposing corruption in the Medicaid dental healthcare system which targeted many black health providers as criminals.

The panel discussed the question of crime and drugs in relation to young black men. Topics discussed included the amount of money spent on law enforcement versus crime prevention and does race influences the death penalty. Our work and research of Dental Survey of America were made part of the Congressional Record and can be in the archives

NUPE CONGRESSMAN JOHN CONYERS ON DUTY HOLDING CONSTITUENTS SESSIONS AT LOCAL STAR BUCKS IN DETROIT 2011, HE WAS ALWAYS ON DUTY

JOHN CONYERS DRUG REFORM, TREATMENT, AND LEGALIZATION ACT: JAILS, PRISONS DRUGS

Norman J Clement, Aaron Howard, Lynn Michelle Clark, Rick Fertil demand the return of our DEA pharmacy Control Substance Registrations Immediately.

HEARING HELD BY THE CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS (BRAIN TRUST) 30 YEARS AGO LEAD NARRATED BY RON DANIELS, CONCERNING THE WAR ON DRUGS which HAS ALWAYS BEEN ABOUT RACE. And young Black males, Black Doctors, Black Pharmacist have always been the targets of some kind.

This hearing held by  Congressman John Conyers 30 years ago October 1, 1990.       

THE GREAT LATE CONGRESSMAN JOHN CONYERS OF DETROIT: “WHAT SAY YOU NOW” FOUGHT ALL HIS CAREER TO END RICARD NIXON’S WAR ON DRUGS AND DEA/UNITED STATES JUSTICES DEPARTMENT ABUSES

congress must support and implement

“THE JOHN CONYERS DRUG REFORM, TREATMENT, AND LEGALIZATION ACT”

CEDRICK HENDRICKS ESQ, FORMER CONYER’S CHIEF OF STAFF

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HOW THE WAR ON DRUGS IS WORKING 1990

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HOSTING ORGANIZATION

______ JOHN ERLICHMAN, NIXON’S DOMESTIC ADVISOR, APRIL 2016

” We could arrest their leaders, raid their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the evening news. getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities.Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course, we did.”

“Congress and state legislators should, therefore, amend federal and state laws to require law enforcement to obtain a referral from the appropriate state health-profession licensing board before instituting, aiding in, or defending an investigation or criminal or civil action against a prescriber or dispenser of FDA-approved medications in which medical need or patient care, including the prescribing or dispensing of medications, is at issue.”

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THE ROLE OF HEROIN, WHAT IS IT AND WHAT IS ITS PURPOSE

The United State Opioid Epidemic has been driven by too many White People (dominant caste) dying on the use of illicit non medically manufacturing opioids derivative that has turned on them. One cannot ignore the social-economic, racial component of this “drug crisis” and a key component of how it has been deployed in communities of color. (35)

According to White opioids: Pharmaceutical race and the war on drugs that wasn’t Julie Netherland and Helena Hansen Published online 2017 Jun 28. doi: 10.1057/biosoc.2015.46PMCID: PMC5501419 NIHMSID: NIHMS752948 PMID: 28690668

“In one of the only studies to explicitly look at how drug policy is used to carve out White spaces exempt from punitive more approaches, Lassiter (2015) takes a historical look at the roots of the White opioid crisis of today. Looking back to marijuana policies of the 1970s, he states: “exemptions created for white middle-class participants in the underground marketplace were not merely epiphenomenal but rather constitutive of the expansion of the carceral state ”. The drug war operates because of a reciprocal relationship between the criminalization of blackness and the decriminalization of whiteness.”

THE ROLE OF HEROIN, WHAT THEY THINK IS ONE THING WHAT YOU DO IS ANOTHER THING 

Heroin in the United States is a unique design non-medical synthetic morphine derivative targeted to maintain a subordinate caste of sub-class humans in a state of servitude. A substance design to control the subordinate caste has gotten out into the dominant caste. This calls for different rules for addressing the Opioid crisis, however, Heroin is introduced in Black (subordinate castes) and Hispanic neighborhoods and is the “Gate Way “Drug” to the prison industrial complex and plays a specific role in population control. Whereas abuse of prescription medication is the gateway to nonmedical substances like heroin.

Heroin is simply morphine, which has been diacetylated. According to the American Addiction Center:

“Heroin is perhaps the most notorious of the opiates. Highly addictive and synonymous with the so-called druggies on the street, it’s a drug that is commonly abused and seldom understood. It’s also used in the clinical setting where it’s known as diamorphine, diacetylmorphine, or morphine diacetate, but it’s mainly used as a last resort for end-stage pain.”

MATHEW FOGG

LOGISTICAL DISTRIBUTION AND DEPLOYMENT

HEROIN A NON MEDICAL OPIOIDS, AS THE SUBSTANCE OF CHOICE IN POPULATION CONTROL

Dan Baum, interviewed John Ehrlichman, April 2016, [who served as President Richard M. Nixon’s Domestic Policy Adviser, Ehrlichment] explained, the purpose behind Nixon’s War on Drugs

The Richard M.Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people. Do you understand what I’m saying? We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities. We could arrest their leaders, raid their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the evening news. Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course, we did.”

TIME TO END THE WAR ON DRUGS

Given the times of massive oversight of the FBI, the Nixon administration as a matter of convenience chose the new reconstituted DEA to supplant the role of the mission of Hoover’s FBI. The Federal Beaurea of Investigation was effectively used to undermine and destroy black people, arrest their leaders, and disrupt every form of their commerce. The DEA assumed the same historical mission as did the FBI.

According to the NIH, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Advancing Addictive Science:

“ Like many other chronic diseases, substance use disorders can be treated. Medications are available to treat heroin use disorder while reducing drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms, thus improving the odds of achieving abstinence. There are now a variety of medications that can be tailored to a person’s recovery needs while taking into account co-occurring health conditions. Medication combined with behavioral therapy is particularly effective, offering hope to individuals who suffer from substance use disorders and for those around them.”

AS THE LORD INSTRUCTED PAUAL DO NOT BE AFRAID, GO ON SPEAKING, DO NOT BE SILENT, FOR I AM WITH YOU AND NO ONE WILL ATTACK YOU TO HARM YOU, FOR I HAVE MANY IN THIS CITY WHO ARE MY PEOPLE

IMPORTANT TOOLS TO SUSTAIN IGNORANCE

Let say one wanted to keep control of any particular population in keeping them in a state of sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. This is a very easy thing to do particularly amongst Urban Planners. We see this in the layout of many towns in the US South and North (such as Detroit) and especially when visiting South Africa Soweto. 

The common urban designs of demarcation utilized to subjugate a targetted population are the use of industrial barriers such as railroad tracks, large highways, large industrial towers. Further, reduce exist and entrances points, limit education and health, maintain poorly furnish schools, and strategically flood these communities with nonmedical narcotic derivatives while prohibiting treatment for addictions. Knowingly, these nonmedical substances will precipitate crime which will lead to long-term prison sentences. In some sense, this has all happens under the supervision of the United States Drug Enforcement Agency and its involvement has been well documented.

  1. Control the logistical distribution in neighborhoods Flood their common city with liquor stores, flood their neighborhoods with heroin, and expose their children to crack cocaine, 

2. Mis-Education

3. Redefine medical protocols and mis-educate the Populous.

LESEDI CULTURAL VILLAGE, GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA

THE IMPORTANCE OF MISEDUCATION AND MAINTAINING IGNORANCE

The miseducation of a targeted population plays an essential component in maintaining dominance. Moreover, despite the fact, “we have overcome” the dragon-colonialism legacy of “Jim Crow and Apartheid in both the United States and South Africa, we continue to observe the residuals effects of these practices on children struggling academically.

*HENDRIK FRENSCH VERWOERD PRIME MINISTER UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA

Among the laws which were drawn and enacted during Hendrik Verwoerd’s time as the Minister for Native Affairs were the Population Registration Act and the Group Areas Act in 1950, the Pass Laws Act of 1952, and the Reservation of Separate Amenities Act of 1953. 

Verwoerd wrote the Bantu Education Act, which was to have a deleterious effect on the ability of black South Africans to be educated as Verwoerd himself noted:

that the purpose of the Bantu Education Act was to ensure that blacks would have only just enough education to work as unskilled laborers.

THE BANTU EDUCATION ACT

The Bantu Education Act ensured that black South Africans had only the barest minimum of education, thus entrenching the role of blacks in the apartheid economy as a cheap source of unskilled labor. In June 1954, Verwoerd in a speech stated: 

“The Bantu must be guided to serve his own community in all respects. There is no place for him in the European community above the level of certain forms of labor. Within his own community, however, all doors are open.”[1]

One black South African woman who worked as an anti-apartheid activist, Nomavenda Machine, in particular, criticized Verwoerd for the Bantu Education Act of 1953, which caused generations of black South Africans to suffer an inferior education, saying: “After white people had taken the land, after white people had impoverished us in South Africa, the only way out of our poverty was through education. And he came up with the idea of giving us an inferior education.”[1

In the United States, we have experienced action nearly identical to Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd’s thinking in former Governor Rick Snyder in the State of Michigan, who directed the force take of Public Schools in Detroit. Synder further engineered one of the greatest tragedies in which deliberately and knowingly poison the water system in Flint, Michigan. Synder’s actions were both methodical and inhuman and lead to the deaths and destruction of an entire city of predominantly people of color. Synder has been steadfast in saying, “he did it for the good of the people in saving money”

DRUG ADDICTION IS NOT A CRIME

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION MASSIVE FRAUD AND CORRUPTION SCHEME AND SPECIAL PROSECUTOR IS NEEDED AND FEDERAL JUDGES AND US ATTORNEYS MUST FACE PRISON TIME

“Retired Neonatologist Keith Kanarek MD, Tampa Florida points out they operate under think and feel rather than fact-based on a foundation of science.

The United States Justice Department (DOJ) has engaged in the larges prosecutorial fraud scheme perpetrated on the Taxpayers of America. DOJ has been fully made aware that the treatment of suboxone works and is supported by the NIH. Instead, they ignore science and have engaged in a campaign of science suppression and precipitated the opioid crisis in America.

Most importantly they specifically targeted Black people and people of color for forced removal and imprisonment and any person(s) who got in the way or dared challenge then was made example of and economically destroyed. They continue to perform their mission set out by their creator Richard Nixon some forty years ago.

INDISCRIMINATE RAIDS

“The killing of Breonna Taylor reveals yet again how easy it is for the state to take a Black life and how hard it is to hold the state accountable for its transgression. That is in part because the system is designed to make it nearly impossible for the state to transgress. Taylor was an innocent woman, sleeping in her own home, breaking no law. The state broke down her door and shot her dead,” states Charles Blow writer NewYork Times (2)

Mike Barnes DCDBA law firm wrote in extensive brief called for a More sensible approach:

” Indiscriminate raids, searches, and investigations of health care professionals put patients’ lives at risk, destroy professionals’ livelihoods and careers, and create confusion, fear, and reluctance to prescribe among other health care professionals. This chilling effect undermines congressional efforts to expand the number of professionals who prescribe medications to treat pain.

SHARPEVILLE MASSACRE, MARCH 21,1960

” To ensure that professionals feel confident prescribing or dispensing medications to treat opioid use disorder and other conditions that may require treatment with controlled medications, complaints against licensed health care professionals, including pharmacists, should be investigated first by professional licensing boards, which are governed and staffed by professionals with health-specific expertise, rather than by law enforcement.”

“WE ARE PHARMACIST NOT DRUG DEALERS”

Norman J Clement, Aaron Howard, Lynn Michelle Clark, Rick Fertil demand the return of our DEA pharmacy Control Substance Registrations Immediately.

LESEDI CULTURAL VILLAGE GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA

THE GOOD BROTHER

“STEP INTO MY OFFICE”

2009 STARBUCKS ON MACK AND WOODWARD, HOLDING COURT WITH CONSTIUENTS

ON OCTOBER 27, 2019 THE TIRELESS “WARRIOR” WENT IN AND JOIN THE SPIRIT OF THE ANCESTORS

On October 27, 2019, I was in Detroit when I learned our neighbor, noble warrior, fearless fighter Congressman John Conyers had gone into Chapter Invisible. The Congressman had transition at his home and I went over there to document the history. I had to drive by there just to be there as the mighty warrior who shaped the world, left his home one last time.

A HERO GONE IN OCTOBER 27, 2019

THE BROTHERS OF THE BOND
CONRAD L. MALLET JR., ESQ., NORMAN J CLEMENT DDS, WADE MCREE JR., ESQ
34TH GRAND POLEMARCH REUBEN SHELTON AND NORTHERN GRAND POLEMARCH KEVIN KYLE, 2019

CONCLUSION

According to DPA, The Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has existed for more than 40 years, but little attention has been given to the role the agency has played in fueling mass incarceration, racial disparities, and other drug war problems. Congress has rarely scrutinized the agency, its actions, or its budget, instead deferring to DEA Administrators on how best to deal with drug-related issues.

THANK YOU BROTHER CONYERS FOR A JOB WELL DONE MAY YOU REST NOW WITH THE ANCESTORS

FOR NOW, YOU ARE WITHIN

YOUAREWITHINTHENORMS.COM , (WYNTON MARSALIS CONCERTO FOR TRUMPET AND 2 OBOES, 1984)

THE NORMS

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  1. https://harpers.org/archive/2016/04/legalize-it-all/
  2. https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2020/09/30/the-united-states-department-of-justice-united-states-drug-enforcement-administration-great-fentanyl-misinformation-campaign-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-congress-must-act-now-to-defund-the-dea/

Charles Blow, writer New York Times: Such is how Ms. Breonna Taylor was murdered having been erroneously targeted in an illegal raid by law enforcement. These types of illegal targeting occur too frequently and have remained hidden from the Public.  Congressional Oversight must expand to the illegal activities of the DEA, Now.

3. https://www.statnews.com/2019/06/28/stop-persecuting-doctors-legitimately-prescribing-opioids-chronic-pain/

4. Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, April 2020, pg. 47, pg. , Wilkerson, Isabelwilkerson.com

a. Gretchen Sorin and Rick Burns, “African American: Driving While Black,” rebroadcast Nov 26, 2020 “fundamental fact space and mobility from the very start have been unequally distributed in American life by race.” XM-126, interview Laura Coates Esq., discussing intersectionality.

THE LAURA COATES SHOW XM-126

https://videopress.com/embed/xyGXE7mv?preloadContent=metadata&hd=1

5. Yihequan or Society of Righteous and Harmonious Fists: fought courageously against Westerners mainly British (foreigner) who use opium to impose there will upon the People and resources of China, resulting in what is paraphrase as a “Century of Humiliation, which was overcome by Mao SeTung, Cho Enli, and many other heroes who sacrifice their lives to erase this foreign stain from their soil,1948 and rebuild their great culture.

6. Brennan F, Carr DB, Cousins M. Pain management: a fundamental human right. Anesth Analg 2007;105:205–21.

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8. As we noted at the beginning of this article, to this day, the Justice Department and the FBI have continued the targetting of African-American elected officials which began under Hoover’s reign and continued after his death. https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/just-being-black-was-enough-get-yourself-spied-j-edgar-hoovers-fbi/

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” African-Americans, Hoover’s largest targeted group, didn’t have to be perceived as having liberal, or even radical or subversive, ideas to merit being spied on. Nor was it necessary for them to engage in violent behavior to become a watched person. Being black was enough.”

Wikipedia: Justice Department- – Jack Keeney

It is not unrelated, that the senior career official in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, who oversees the targeting and prosecution of public officials, is John Keeney–a man who got his start working in the Justice Department’s Internal Security Division in 1951, working hand-in-glove with Hoover’s FBI. Think of it: Keeney spent the 1930s first two {decades} of his career working side-by-side with J. Edgar Hoover; Hoover has been dead for almost 30 years, but Jack Keeney is still a top official in Justice Department headquarters.

9. “Driving While Black” film documentary PBS/2020, Gretchen Sorin, Ph.D., Ric Burns, interview Laura Coate’s Show, XM 126 radio, Urban View, Monday thru Friday, 10:00 AM to !2:00 noon.

10. Video, THE BLACK PHARMACIST (Pronto Pharmacy) “Low Hanging Fruit,” Tampa, Fl August 2020

https://videopress.com/embed/bQli8Wub?preloadContent=metadata&hd=1LOW

HANGING FRUIT

3. Coyle N. Opioids, cancer pain, quality of life and quality of death: patient narratives and a clinician’s comments. In Meldrum ML, ed. Opioids and pain relief: a historical perspective. Seattle: IASP Press, 2003.

7. IMG_0528Life long treatment PBSimg_0572“OPIOIDS NO FIX NO CURE”

8. https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2020/10/04/the-fraudulent-work-of-donald-sullivan-phd-the-ohio-state-university-college-pharmacy-professor-of-ethics/

11.https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2020/09/13/exposing-deas-criminal-enterprise-the-harlem-wisdom-table-interviews-tyrone-humbles/embed/#?secret=RQS0z5tRaP

12. https://www.vox.com/2016/3/22/11278760/war-on-drugs-racism-nixon

13. Drug Policy Alliance: It’s time to Dismantle the DEAhttps://www.drugpolicy.org/DEA5. pq5ju8uoquawpou8mntjg-1My Brother Phillip,” US SURGEON GENERAL JEROME ADAMS

14. https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2020/01/05/federal-judge-stops-dea-once-again-in-oak-hill-pharmacy-wv-ruling/

15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnMmvbxiexo

16. MISC-ISO-Oak-HillDownload

17. https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/long-term-opioid-treatment/2013-05

18. https://corporate.walmart.com/media-library/document/walmart-v-doj-dea-complaint/_proxyDocument?id=00000175-522e-dbe2-a9fd-7f6e94120000

19. see url https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5501419/#R28/

20. https://www.wlf.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/WLF-Amicus-Brief-Walmart-v.-DEA.pdf

21. https://www.wlf.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/WLF-Amicus-Brief-Walmart-v.-DEA.pdf

22. https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2020/12/06/recommended-great-candidates-to-head-the-united-states-drug-enforcement-administrationdea-under-president-elect-joe-bidden/

23. Nabarun Dasgupta PhD, MPH, Leo Beletsky JD, MPH, and Daniel Ciccarone MD, MPH https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/full/10.2105/AJPH.2017.304187

24. https://casetext.com/case/oak-hill-hometown-pharmacy-v-dhillon, pg. 10

25. LP 3, Network, pg. 15, 17,18,19,  KenSpidel, RPh., PharmD FIACP, FACA,Pharmacotherapeutic Expert in pain management, hormone therapy, non-sterile, and sterile compounding  Retired Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Findlay  Served as a surveyor and accreditation expert for ACHC/PCAB  Served as multi-term president of the National Home Infusions Association (NHIA), Branvold & Carvalho, 2014 World Health Organization, 2003   Pain Presentation_Slide Handout.pdf

Miguel de la Garza, MD, DABA, DAPM Board certified physician who practices multidisciplinary interventional pain management in 4 offices in the Tampa Bay area Performs interventional pain procedures, specializing in minimally invasive surgical decompression of herniated disks and spinal stenosis, implantable intrathecal pump, spinal cord stimulation, and peripheral nerve stimulation. Diplomat, American Board of Anesthesiology. Diplomat, American Board of Pain Medicine.

26.https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2020/03/06/824-how-the-dea-turns-legal-into-illegal-the-story-predatory-prosecutions-and-the-dea-court-of-the-kangaroos-part-2/embed/#?secret=EcolbHkVyF

27. https://youarewithinthenorms.com/2020/02/11/drug-enforcement-agency-dea-armed-with-badges-guns-and-profound-stupidity-needs-congressional-reform-or-be-disband/

28. “Human Right Watch” Magazine writes:”
https://www.hrw.org/report/2018/01/09/dark-side/secret-origins-evidence-us-criminal-cases#

29. Johnson, Sandra H., JD, LLMAuthor Information

From the Tenet Endowed Chair in Health Law and Ethics, Center for Health Law Studies, Center for Health Care Ethics, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. Address correspondence to Sandra H. Johnson, JD, LLM, Tenet Endowed Chair in Health Law and Ethics, Center for Health Law Studies, Center for Health Care Ethics, Saint Louis University, 3700 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63108. Address e-mail to johnsosh@slu.edu.

Anesthesia & Analgesia: July 2007 – Volume 105 – Issue 1 – p 5-7

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31. https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-case-against-walmart-mocks-justice-11609103413?mod=searchresults_pos1&page=1

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33. https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/research-reports/heroin/overview

34. https://www.rehabs.com/blog/a-complete-history-of-heroin/

35. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5501419/#R28/

36. First published: November‐December 1986https://doi.org/10.1002/j.2326-1951.1986.tb02878.xCitations: 5

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