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NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L. CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, BELINDA BROWN-PARKER, IN THE SPIRIT OF JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., INC.T. SPIRIT OF REV. IN THE SPIRIT OF WALTER R. CLEMENT BS., MS, MBA. HARVEY JENKINS MD, PH.D., IN THE SPIRIT OF C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HON. PATRICE LUMUMBA, IN THE SPIRIT OF ERLIN CLEMENT SR., WALTER F. WRENN III., MD., JULIE KILLINGSWORTH, RENEE BLARE, RPH, DR. TERENCE SASAKI, MD LESLY POMPY MD., CHRISTOPHER RUSSO, MD., NANCY SEEFELDT, WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, BEVERLY C. PRINCE MD., FACS., NEIL ARNAND, MD., RICHARD KAUL, MD., LEROY BAYLOR, JAY K. JOSHI MD., MBA, ADRIENNE EDMUNDSON, ESTER HYATT PH.D., WALTER L. SMITH BS., IN THE SPIRIT OF BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER MD., CUDJOE WILDING BS, MARTIN NJOKU, BS., RPH., IN THE SPIRIT OF DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISORS
except for the DEA
Mr. President, AUSA Jack Smith ,June 9, 2023 ,stated:
“Adherence to the rule of law is a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice ,and our Nations commitment to the Rule of Law sets an example for the world we have one set of laws in the country ,and they apply to everyone,…”
Mr. President, Sir, “Except For The US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)!!!”
In remarks recorded by a DEA-employed infiltrator, Mexican cartel bigwig Jorge Roman said traffickers were grateful for the drug war, which he called “a sham put on the American tax-payer” that was “actually good for business.”
WE HAVE ONE SET OF LAWS IN THIS COUNTRY AND THEY APPLY TO EVERYONE (EXCEPT FOR THE DEA)
Laura Williams wrote December, 2022 in for the American Institute for Economic Reasearch:
“The US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) is a colossal institutional failure. Since its founding in 1973, the DEA has intercepted a fraction of one percent of illicit drug trades. Drugs have never been stronger, cheaper, or more available. Meanwhile, the global economic and human costs of ‘enforcement’ keep rising.”
“…how do we support a Federal Law Enforcement Agency of the United States Department of Justice accused of so much wrong doing…”
For example, Mr. President;
“Suicides among veterans are up 75% because of illogical VA policies and forced tapers, which reduce the amount of medicine a person can receive,” Thus it is important to recognize the DEA’s actions against medical provider are an extension of regulatory racism which is systemic.
DEA’s SPENDING NUMBERS ARE ALL OVER THE PLACE
“…Adherence to the rule of law is a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice..”
AUSA Jack Smith June 9, 2023
Mr. President, what are we spending on the “Drug War,” the numbers seem to skewed are all over the place then how do we support a Federal Law Enforce -ment Agency of the United States Department of Justice accused of so much wrong doing until now has been tolerated.
According to Open Society Foundation “Voices,” article published February 13, 2013 by Patrick Gallahue, enforcing the drug control system costs at least $100 billion a year. Federal spending in the United States alone totals around $15 billion annually and according to one estimate, state and local drug-related criminal justice expenditures amount to $25.7 billion. Many other cash-strapped governments spend hundreds of millions to billions of dollars each year on drug enforcement. These figures are revealed in a new Count the Costs briefing—a collaborative project tallying the human and economic costs of the war on drugs—titled Wasting Billions, Undermining Economies.
Nowadays, the DAWN report does not reveal to its readers the absurd assumptions that would reveal its deception. Why? Because of DEA & SAMSHA greed. The DEA is above the Law
Yet, Mr. President
Terence Sasaki, MD, a neurologist and victim of DEA’s targeting, spending nearly ten years in prison, reported,
” Since 2003, when this report was being fabricated, the DEA budget has increased from $1.892 Billion to $3.28 Billion in 2021, almost doubling by this point (https://www.dea.gov/data-and-statistics/staffing-and-budget). But their real bonuses are seizures & forfeitures (eg; >$500Mil in a single year of just cash seizures).3 SAMHSA’s budget has increased from FY 2003 of $3.2 Billion4 to >$10 Billion in 2023, more than tripling.5
So the DEA & SAMSHA stole Billions from taxpayers, including minorities, based on lies, but they did not go to prison for fraud. They are white, get promotions and bonuses, & are called heroes, especially the more people of color they take down.”
What 5 Nobel Prize-Winning Economists Think About the War on Drugs
“…and our nation’s commitment to the Rule of Law sets an example for the world…”
AUSA Jack Smith June 9, 2023
Mr. President, Sir;
According to the London School of Economics IDEAS Center’s “Ending the War On Drugs” report, examined the war on drugs’ high toll on everything from public safety and health to the incarceration rate across the world. In fact, at least Five past winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Kenneth Arrow (1972), Vernon Smith (2002), Thomas Schelling (2005), Oliver E. Williamson (2009), and Sir Christopher Pissarides (2010) endorsed this report and have called for an end to the drug wars citing:
“…the policy’s failure to achieve its objectives of reducing the supply or demand for drugs, as well as its diversion of funds from public health and other responses that might genuinely save lives…”
Mr. President, Sir;
Instead, the DOJ, DEA, SAMSHA, and others have blamed successful minorities like doctors as scapegoats to take the fall for their fabricated drug crisis.
GARBAGE IN IS GARBAGE OUT!!
Most notably NarxCare is a clinical decision support (“CDS”) software product run by Bamboo Health Systems and implemented by DEA. It meets the definition of a “device” under the FD&C Act.
Yet, based on a search of the FDA’s publicly available databases, it appears that the device’s manufacturer violates several provisions of the Act and its implementing regulations.
Specifically, before introducing NarxCare into interstate commerce, Bamboo Health did not comply with the establishment registration, device listing, or premarket notification requirements set forth in Section 510 of the Act.
Most importantly, in a Citizens Petition to the FDA on April 28, 2023, Bamboo’s NarxCare software is a misbranded device; and the FDA must take prompt action to prevent serious, adverse health consequences or death.
Mr. President, whose figures are we to believe from the DEA, the figures that lie or the liar from the DEA who figure this drug war on healthcare providers and Patients in Pain?
THE AMERICAN AGONY
Mr. President, Sir;
HELEN BOREL, RN, PH.D
” The Overreach of government lawyers, police, and prosecutors into the lives of patients in pain, which has been going on for years and is still happening, has gone from distressing to death-promoting. Too many, almost all, of the autocrats have been blithely abusing their unrestricted powers.
Which abusers include many State prosecutors who’ve gone overboard in their zeal to bring down an entire industry – Prescription Medicine manufacturing – vital to 21 Century health and survival. Which include Big Pharma corporations that have developed and manufactured opioid medications commonly used for over a century to treat various levels of pain.”
THE GRAND DECEPTION
“…we have one set of laws in the country, and they apply to everyone…”
AUSAG Jack Smith June 9, 2023
Many prominent researchers are working behind the scenes to rectify erroneous opioid policies at the state and federal levels. Among these silent researchers, Dr. Terri Lewis’s work rings the loudest. Through her research, we now know of inherent biases within the data used in opioid risk stratification and the implications of these biases on the lives of chronic pain patients across the country.
WALTER R. CLEMENT
“The Automation of Reports and Consolidated Orders System (ARCOS) is an online reporting system that includes reports from all DEA registrants who distribute specific controlled substances, including opioids. ARCOS accumulates these transactions, which are then summarized into reports, which give investigators in Federal and state government agencies information that can be used to identify the diversion of controlled substances into illicit distribution channels.
Through their own word usage and practice, ” DEA uses statistical analyzation to review to determine and identify the diversion of controlled substances into illicit channels of distribution…However, what the DEA is doing is applying probability mathematics.
Probability is a mathematical tool used to study randomness. It deals with the chance of an event occurring. In essence, this agency monitors and prosecutes medical professionals for performing their license medical fiduciary responsibilities on patients.”
It should be made clear that the DEA applies its ARCOS system data analytical reports, such as reports that must be provided within or attached to the investigative reports. No citizen should ever be subjected to inferential statistical investigatory tools and be subjected to governmental enforcement.”
DEA: “A CULTURE OF EXCLSUSION“
IF WE UNITE AND RESPECT EACH OTHERS DIVERSITY, WE WILL BECOME ONE NATION
According to ABC News Jim Mustian of Associate Press and the Baltimore Sun Times Justin Fenton June 18, 2020;
The group of retired agents said in a statement sent to news organizations this week that Attorney General William Barr was out of touch with racial disparities that permeate not only local police departments but federal law enforcement. (5)
“This is a culture,” said Karl Colder, who previously oversaw the DEA’s Washington field division, served on the agency’s diversity committee, and was one of 76 former agents involved in drafting the statement.
“You still don’t have African Americans in positions to really monitor and ensure things are equal.
Gary Tuggle, was a special agent in charge of the Baltimore field office and interim Baltimore Police commissioner in 2018, said he thinks the problem has worsened in recent years.
Ernie Howard, who was the special agent in charge in Houston from 1997 to 2001, said there is “not an even playing field.”
“The DEA hasn’t had an African American female special agent in charge in years,” Tuggle said. “That’s ridiculous.”
WIDE SPREAD INCOMPETENCE WITHIN COMMAND
“In its proper meaning, equality before the law means the right to participate in the making of the laws by which one is governed, a constitution which guarantees democratic rights to all sections of the population.”
President Nelson Mandela, South Africa
While Black Agents in the DEA were continually denied promotions, unqualified people like Susan Langston received promotion after promotion and recently were promoted to DEA Head Quarters in Washington DC.
Ms. Langston has only a BS in Arts and Training as a paralegal with no law enforcement background. Yet she headed the DEA Miami Field Division’s Diversion Regulatory Program.
Ms. Langston orchestrates targeted attacks against licensed physicians, pharmacists (specifically every black-owned or of color pharmacies in the State of Florida), and dentists. Yet, her qualifications, background, and tactics such as redefining, misclassification of long-standing medical/pharmacy/dental protocols were further troubling. Such as:
1. Defining Pharmacy Compounding as Manufacturing and requiring a separate registration when no registration exists.
2. Pushing for a pharmacist to challenge medical/dental practitioners’ diagnosis and treatment is outside a pharmacist’s authority and scope.
3. Strong arming Pharmacies/Pharmacists into being an arm of law enforcement (supporting the misuse of Google Maps and the PDMP systems) encourages bias, discrimination, and profiling.
She has since been promoted.
“…In remarks recorded by a DEA-employed infiltrator, Mexican cartel bigwig Jorge Roman said traffickers were grateful for the drug war, which he called “a sham put on the American tax-payer” that was “actually good for business…”
“THE BIG WHITE LIE”
“…we have one set of laws in the country, and they apply to everyone...
…EXCEPT FOR THE UNITED STATES DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (DEA)”
Mr. President, Sir;
“…Even more dismaying was when I reported Roman’s statements to the DEA officer in command of Operation Snowcap— the paramilitary operations begun in South America, which Attorney General Edwin Meece had promised would reduce the flow of cocaine to America by sixty percent in three years— he sided with the drug trafficker stating,….Mr. President,..
“We know [the military operations] don’t work, but we sold the plan up and down the Potomac…[Snowcap] is going to succeed, one way or the other, or DEA goes down the tubes…”
BY MICHAEL LEVINE
“…and our Nations Support this Federal Law Enforcement Agency Accused of So much wrongdoing and FAILURE to the Rule of Law a Bedrock Principle of the United States Department of Justice which sets an example for the world…”
Mr. President, Sir,
Michael Levine, former DEA Agent, writes:
“A series of deep cover cases in the 1980s had placed me, posing undercover as a top-level Mafia don, face to face with the very people controlling a major part of all the raw cocaine produced at that time, La Mafia Cruzeña —the Bolivian cocaine cartel—the suppliers of all the materials the Colombian Cartels converted to cocaine.4
I learned that not only did they no fear of our war on drugs, they counted on it to increase market price and to weed out the smaller, inefficient drug dealers. They found US interdiction efforts laughable. The only US action they feared was an effective demand reduction program. On one undercover tape-recorded conversation, a top cartel chief, Jorge Roman, expressed his gratitude for the drug war, calling it “a sham put on for the American taxpayer” that was actually “good for business.”5
Even more dismaying was when I reported Roman’s statements to the DEA officer in command of Operation Snowcap— the paramilitary operations begun in South America which Attorney General Edwin Meece had promised would reduce the flow of cocaine to America by sixty percent in three years— he sided with the drug trafficker stating, “We know [the military operations] don’t work, but we sold the plan up and down the Potomac…[Snowcap] is going to succeed, one way or the other, or DEA goes down the tubes.”6
RAID ON PRONTO PHARMACY LLC, TAMPA, FL., AUGUST 29, 2019
“…non adherence to the rule of law, which is supposed to be a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice, has precipitated a Culture of Corruption within the DEA that’s tolerated and will eventually undermine the foundation of Our Nation…”
On August 29, 2019, a well-coordinated attack implemented by both the DEA and the Florida Department of Health was waged on Pronto Pharmacy. Their actions were beyond the scope of service of a certified law enforcement agency; No Carges were ever brought nor persons ever arrested, the DEA just took all property and never returned any items confiscated.
Upon entering, a DEA Agent is videotaped, removing and disabling Pronto Pharmacy’s camera systems, wherein they damaged and destroyed several articles of equipment. (See the below videos)
DEA’s Courts of the kangaroo
“… non-adherence to the rule of law, which is supposed to be a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice, has precipitated a Culture of Corruption within the DEA that’s tolerated and will eventually undermine the foundation of Our Nation…”
Mr. President Biden:
The DEA has learned the rewards are even better against a doctor, dentist, pharmacist, manufacturer, or hospital using RICO and Justice Department intimidations. Further, the DEA has its own Court System ( that Operates as a Kangaroo Court), which does not adhere to Federal Rules of Civil Procedures. Their Judges answer solely to the head of the DEA.
According to Drug Policy Alliance, “At its inception, the DEA was tasked with classifying drugs and establishing controls on them. Instead, it has ignored scientific evidence and blocked research into the medical benefits of certain drugs, including marijuana. It has also fostered a culture of sidestepping the Constitution and failing to protect human rights.
Repeatedly the DEA has been found to have abused its authority. The agency has a history of human rights abuses, lavish payments to confidential informants, and surveillance of Americans with no suspected connection to illegal drug activities.”
According to Terence Sasaki, MD:
“Prescriptions NARCOTIC analgesic medications by doctors/dentists/pharmacists were never responsible for the drug crisis. At the same time, policymakers and the press continue to confuse chemical dependency with addiction. They are two completely different things. NOT the prescriptions written by doctors.11 Fentanyl has been responsible for many deaths for many years12, but the DEA has dragged its feet addressing it because each time abuse & deaths increase, so does their budget, seizures, & forfeitures.”
To this day, the DOJ has done little to curb the theft, loss, and unaccountability of manufacturers & distributors of narcotics while pointing the finger at doctors.
THE REPROBATES STORY OF DEA
A CULTURE OF CORRUPTION WITHIN FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT THAT IS TOLERATED…RAW
The Reprobates is a story into the persecution of Dr. Terry Sasaki, MD by the DEA and the culture of persecution and corruption propagated by a rogue agency within the United States Judiciary, making up facts when they don’t exist and laws where there are no laws and whose actions are sanctioned and tolerated, threatening both the rules of law while undermining healthcare delivery, which begs to answer; who dictates medical healthcare protocols, medical science or law enforcement?
1) Part One, you can see it here.
3)Part Three of our ongoing series Parts One or Two below if you’ve missed reading them.
MR. PRESIDENT; THE DEA HAS FUELED OPIOID MISUSE OVERDOSE EPIDEMIC BECAUSE OF THEIR INCOMPETENTS
Laura Williams wrote in her article in December 2022;
“What’s good for violent drug cartels is good for the DEA, but bad for the rest of the human race. DEA agents are immersed in a violent and shady world, largely subsidized by US taxpayers and through theft via asset forfeiture. DEA agents have tortured and murdered innocent people who happened to be near drug activity. The DEA’s punitive prohibition of cocaine precipitated the spread of crack. The DEA’s misguided attempts to reduce opiate misuse fueled an overdose epidemic.”
According to Leo Beletsky and Jeremy Goulka September 2018 article, “The Federal Agency That Fuels the Opioid Crisis,” in the New York Times: “The Drug Enforcement Administration, the agency that most directly oversees access to opioids, deserves much of the blame for these deaths. Because of its incompetence, the opioid crisis has gone from bad to worse. They create their targets.
4) Who is the biggest prescriber in a region, state, and nationwide?
They are investigated.
5) Who does the most procedures?
“They (DEA) use ‘flags’ like distance traveled, forgetting that by disincentivizing and terrorizing prescribers, there is no one left to prescribe, and patients must travel farther for the same services.”
The flags created during the pill mill era are now self-perpetuating. If you mine data enough, you might find something, and law enforcement can access data without individualized suspicion, probable cause, or any judicial review.”
The solution: overhauling the agency, or even getting rid of it entirely.”
DEA HAS NO RECORD OF CREDIBILITY
Josh Bloom of the American Council on Science and Health: “promoting science and debunking junk since 1978,” reported:
“In recent years, the press, the general public, and healthcare professionals have begun to acknowledge that illicit fentanyl and its analogs, not prescription painkillers, are responsible for the surge in deaths. The use of Morphine Milligram Equivalent (MME) was automatically flawed because it ignored even the most basic tenets of pharmacology, the absence of which made it impossible to determine the relative strength of one drug to another rationally.
Unfortunately, this methodology, which became the foundation of the CDC’s catastrophic 2016 publication Prescribing Guideline for Prescribing Opioids, has metastasized ever since as one state after another has passed laws limiting the prescribing of opioid analgesics, often based on the Guideline’s erroneous conclusions.
Studies by the American Medical Association and empiric evidence of what healthcare providers have been seeing ever since policymakers began pressuring them to taper or discontinue prescribing opioids to their patients in pain: tapering the opioids that were controlling their pain was associated with a 68% increase in overdoses and doubling of mental health crises, which can be subdivided into depression (up 346%), anxiety (up 79%), and suicide attempts (up 430%).”
7) How can we possibly even consider, let alone implement, policies that result in such damage?
This is a question that all policymakers and healthcare professionals must ponder very seriously!
BRING JUSTICE TO JUSTICE
“Adherence to the rule of law is a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice, and our nation’s commitment to the Rule of Law sets an example for the world. We have one set of laws in the country, and they apply to everyone,…”
AUSA JACK SMITH, JUNE 9, 2023
We are close to losing our democracy in America, and the War on Drugs trumps individual rights and the rights of a person to receive medical care, and the authority of the provider who is authorized to care for such patients.
Mr. President, Bring Justice to Justice to end this 50-year War on hard-working physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and non-white practitioners of color by ending the Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush-1, Clinton, Bush-2, Obama, Trump, Biden War on Drugs.
2. Mr. President, End The DEA it now functions as a criminal enterprise of the government, and it’s time to Bring Justice to Justice. Mr.
3. It is past time to move the mission of medical Control Substance Registration and licensing from Cops to clinicians from the Department of Justice, specifically the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), to the Office of the United States Surgeon General. Law enforcement has absolutely no business in the practice of medicine and the dictation of medical protocols.
FOR NOW, YOU ARE WITHIN