Discussions often leave out one of the most important components of violence……compulsive drug use, especially marijuana. Let’s consider that the root of violence goes much deeper than a person’s religion, gun laws, or innate mental illness. Let’s stop legalizing drugs.
True medicine approved by the FDA undergoes rigorous trials and research. Due to potential complications noted during those trials, many new medications do not make it to the market. A drug that becomes available for prescription purposes comes with a dosage guideline.
Marijuana advocates put out many product claims of treatment and cures without adequate scientific proof. They also put out products witho
You can’t walk through the streets of Manhattan these days without smelling weed.
Even as evidence mounts of the health problems associated with marijuana, New York has insisted on joining other greedy states scrambling to legalize this deceptively dangerous drug.
It makes no sense at a time when American youth is suffering from an unprecedented mental health crisis.
And, in all honesty, we cannot rule out a connection between increasing marijuana use, mental illness and the recent spate of mass shootings by disturbed young males.
We don’t yet know much about the mental state or drug use of the El Paso or Dayton killers. But a former girlfriend of Dayton killer Connor Betts, 24, has indicated he was mentally ill, and two of his friends interviewed by reporters this week mentioned his previous drug use.
ut consistency in their chemicals or compounds. In other words, dosing irregularities, chemical composition variations, and contaminants all exist within final products. Several studies have shown that many final products contain heavy metals, bacteria, fungus, insecticides, etc. (1,2) For the person who purchases these products, it is becomes a guessing game to know if your product is contaminated.
Sioux Falls Police are looking for a 17-year-old boy believed to be involved in the fatal shooting of another teenager. They believe he is on the run after a possible drug deal gone wrong last Wednesday night.
Police say the victim and another person were meeting with Montileaux and a friend to sell marijuana.
Members of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office investigate a shooting at 3900 block of Division Street where two people were killed and two were wounded around 6:52 p.m. in Metairie, La. Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020. (Photo by Max Becherer, NOLA.com, The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate)STAFF PHOTO BY MAX BECHERER
A 19-year-old Kitsap County man reportedly abducted early Wednesday in Port Orchard was shot and killed during a deal for a pound of marijuana, detectives alleged, and the robbers then drove to Mason County to dispose of the body.
The search by friends of Tyrone “TJ” Sero to locate him led them to a residence in Gig Harbor later Wednesday, where a gunfight broke out, sending a 16-year-old friend of Sero’s to the hospital with two gunshot wounds. A spokesman for the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department described the teen’s wounds as non-life-threatening.