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“WE ARE NOT POWERLESS AND THROUGH OUR VIDEOS, WRITINGS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS WE WILL EXPOSE THE ABUSES AND TYRANNY OF UNITED STATES DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
JUST AS THE VIDEO WAS RECORDED BY THE CELL PHONE CAMERA OF YOUNG DARNELLA FRAZIER, BORE WITNESS TO THE MURDER OF GEORGE FLOYD THE BLOG youarewithinthenorms.com BARES WITNESS AND BOTH ALLOWS THE SYSTEM TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE”
Using my sophisticated imagination and God’s gift of discernment I was able to uncover the plot used by DOJ/DEA and state AG to target and successfully incarcerate health care providers.
It took careful planning and hours of practice to pull this off successfully. They had the help of the CDC who reported an increase in fentanyl deaths.
Ledhedd2, MD, Ph.D.:
“..this isn’t about catching a few bad apple doctors. This is a coordinated strategy to reduce expenditures, asset forfeiture, and to deflect blame from the illicit fentanyl poisoning crisis…”
The CDC failed to separate illegal fentanyl from prescription fentanyl. They then brainwashed the public into believing that pharmaceutical companies were producing various forms of opiate pain medication and bribing physicians to prescribe that medication without informing the public that the medication could lead to addiction.
They then made people believe that all opiate-addicted individuals started on prescription opiate pain medication before they progressed to illicit opiates. They didn’t say whether the individual got the prescription medication from a doctor or their parent’s medicine cabinet or purchased it in the street.
They still needed additional ammunition so they introduced “Highly Addictive ” and “Over-Prescribing” terms that sounded bad but had no medical meaning. They then recruited physicians who would
serve as expert witnesses backing up the accusations of the prosecutors. In 2016 the CDC issued guidelines designed for Primary Care Physicians as suggestions thought to decrease addiction when prescribing opiate pain medication.
They used the new term MME. They used two numbers 50 MME and 90 MME. The government experts implied that these were hard and fast numbers and that anyone exceeding the 90 MME threshold violated a law or rule even though they were guidelines.
They then held a press conference where assistant attorney general Kenneth A. Polite stated that physicians were prescribing ‘illicit” opiate pain medication. When they had all the tools they felt they needed for success, they began to arrest, incarcerate, and convict health care providers.
The accused had their medical and DEA licenses revoked at the time of arrest and before conviction ensuring the accused had no means of financial support and therefore could not hire competent legal representation.
Their targets were physicians of color, older physicians, and physicians in solo practice. Older physicians were more likely to prescribe opiate pain medication than younger physicians.
Also, older physicians had more assets than younger physicians. Physicians in solo practice tend to be older and black or brown. The statistics we sight were also known as the plot being developed. Once physicians began to be arrested the DOJ/DEA and state AG’S used another tool in the criminal justice system that ensured a high conviction rate.
That tool is the plea deal
Plea deals have nothing to do with guilt or innocence or right and wrong. It is a tool that both the prosecutors and defense attorneys used to deprive an accused individual of a fair trial before their peers. Since the criminal justice system cannot guarantee a speedy trial and would have to dismiss charges if a speedy trial could not be held the courts have allowed this Injustice to continue without correction.
The defense attorneys make money without ever preparing a defense that would include discovery. In my case, as I am sure in others we never received discovery.
My attorney never read or considered any information I sent him. In some cases, clients had difficulty reaching their attorneys. I believe a thorough investigation will find that what I describe is exactly what happened.
Walter F. Wrenn III M.D
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Ruan v. United States Consolidated Oral Argument
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Ruan v. United States, a consolidated case on whether physicians can be convicted for illegal distribution of controlled substances, like opioids, if they believed the drugs they prescribed were done so under professional norms and treatment purposes. Under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), it is illegal for anyone to “manufacture, distribute or dispense” controlled substances. There is an exception for physicians who prescribe opioids for legitimate medical purposes in medical settings. The issue, in this case, is whether the prescribing physician did so in good faith and whether this standard should be applied when considering criminal cases and convictions. This case stems from the conviction of two physicians the federal government claimed ran “pill mills,” terminology often used to describe instances in which mass amounts of opioids are prescribed for inappropriate uses.
The information I received was that Dr Tennant was in Roanoke, Virginia, giving a paid lecture on a weekend, funded by Insys Pharmaceuticals (makers of Syndros oral tetrahydrocannabinol solution and Subsys sublingual fentanyl spray) to a group of physicians, at which he spoke on the role of the human endocrine system in pain perception and the importance of monitoring six different receptor systems, of which the opioid receptor system and cannabinoid receptor systems are only two, when DEA broke into his office and seized patient medical records. It was shortly afterward that the Insys company was charged by DOJ with some irregularities in marketing Subsys, and was forced into bankruptcy by a payoff deal that avoided any jail time for Insys executives but gave the Government most of the profits from the two drugs. DOJ, by some accounts, was hoping to set a precedent for how much money could be gouged from the Sackler family in litigation over OxyContin profits. According to another theory, the goal was to punish Insys for daring to put an FDA-approved marijuana ingredient in drugstores and have it available for all doctors to prescribe. (It’s possible both theories are correct, or that neither is correct).
Dr Tennant was not charged with an offense, but the raid helped to create the appearance that AG Jeff Sessions was about to “flip” the doctor and use him as a witness against Insys execs, leading to the payoff/settlement.
Mark, are you saying that this same DEA raid also was used to smear the defense expert (Tennant) during the Christensen trial? I never caught that part of the story. But if your recollection is correct, that’s quite the string of events working in Mr Sessions’ favor! (Jeff Sessions was a little less lucky in the cannabidiol lawsuit, Washington v Sessions. Marvin Washington, former defensive star for the Denver Broncos, bought the license to a patent owned by NIMH on using cannabidiol to treat concussions. When Sessions’ DEA chief interfered in an FDA clinical trial of the drug, Washington sacked him with a summons into federal court, making a 93-page complaint that stated in great detail, how the US could not possibly believe that CBD was too dangerous to test, if it patented the stuff as a medicine, and gave an alternative explanation that sounded quite self-interested and plausible. Sessions got the case dismissed on a highly-twisted interpretation of standing precedent, and the appeals court reversed it. I was giving an invited talk in LA on a panel with Marv Washington that day, and the breaking news before we spoke was that the appeals court had reversed and remanded the case back to district court for trial. By lunchtime the further news was that Jeff Sessions was cleaning out his desk and Bill Barr was taking over as acting AG. 6 months later Congress legalized growing cannabis for CBD production and the rest is history. Awfully strange how all these plays work themselves out!). Interestingly, all that Dr Tennant’s patients needed to do to get their medical records back, was sit down and be “interviewed” by DEA agents. Since these patients were not guilty of selling their medication, agents must have been quite shocked that not a single patient offered to make a plea deal with the DEA. But I’m certain if one had “flipped”, it would have been used further to harm other innocent people.