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  • Kansas City Chiefs fans found dead had cocaine, THC and three times lethal amount of fentanyl: reports

    02/02/2024 7:27:49 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 77 replies
    NY Post ^ | 02/02/2024 | Yaron Steinbuch
    Initial toxicology reports on the three Kansas City Chiefs fans found frozen and dead in a friend’s yard found cocaine, THC — and three times the amount of fentanyl that is enough to kill, according to reports. The families of David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney and Ricky Johnson — who were found dead outside their friend Jordan Willis’ Kansas City home on Jan. 9 — confirmed to WDAF that police have the initial reports on illicit drugs in the dead men’s systems. Among the substances were cocaine and fentanyl, according to TMZ and NewsNation.
  • The White House has a pharmacy – and it was a mess, a new investigation found

    01/23/2024 11:23:41 PM PST · by Libloather · 34 replies
    Fox News via Yahoo ^ | 1/23/24 | Brianna Herlihy
    A new Defense Department inspector general report reveals that a little-known in-house pharmacy at the White House erroneously dolled out prescription medications to staff and wasted $750,000 in taxpayer money. One former pharmacy staff member told investigators that a doctor once asked if the staffer could "hook up" someone with a controlled substance "as a parting gift for leaving the White House." The report, according to an article in Stat News, revealed that the pharmacy office dispensed controlled medications like Ambien and Provigil without verifying the patient’s identity. Stat reported that in an office in the White House there was...
  • Ecuador prosecutor investigating TV studio attack shot dead in his vehicle, attorney general says

    01/19/2024 9:19:49 AM PST · by Twotone · 7 replies
    CBS ^ | January 17, 2024 | Staff
    A prosecutor investigating the dramatic live-broadcast armed assault last week on an Ecuadoran television station was shot dead Wednesday, the country's attorney general said. "In the face of the murder of our colleague Cesar Suarez... I am going to be emphatic: organized crime groups, criminals, terrorists will not stop our commitment to Ecuadoran society," Attorney General Diana Salazar said in a statement on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. Local media broadcast images of Suarez's truck with bullet holes through the driver's window on a street in the port city of Guayaquil, the nerve center of Ecuador's war against...
  • Hunter Biden's GUN pouch TESTED FOR COCAINE last year after sister-in-law turned lover Hallie tossed weapon in trash in '08: docs!

    01/16/2024 4:33:36 PM PST · by AnthonySoprano · 38 replies
    NY Post ^ | 1/16/2024 | Ryan King
    Hunter Biden was loaded in more ways than one in October 2018, federal prosecutors alleged Tuesday in a scathing response to the first son’s attempt to dismiss weapons charges against him. Five years after the now-53-year-old’s sister-in-law-turned-lover Hallie Biden dumped Hunter’s firearm in a trash can behind a grocery store in Delaware, FBI officials re-examined the pistol. snip Agents removed the sealed Colt Cobra 38SPL revolver from a state police vault to photograph the weapon sometime last year and found white powder on the pouch that held the weapon, a court filing from special counsel David Weiss revealed. “An FBI...
  • Davos' debauched underbelly: How the global elite indulge in cocaine, caviar and champagne at secret 'bunga bunga' parties behind the scenes of the World Economic Forum

    01/15/2024 12:20:10 AM PST · by Libloather · 38 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 1/14/24 | Claudia Aoraha
    Once a year, global elites from all sectors attend a five-day conference in the snow-capped town of Davos, Switzerland - which is supplemented by caviar, champagne, and all types of debauchery after hard work is over. The World Economic Forum 2024 is kicking off this week, with world leaders and business executives convening for discussions and events surrounding the most prominent issues of the day. The theme this year is 'Rebuilding Trust' - and will be attended by 3,000 guests. But when they descend on the small Alpine resort town of Davos, attendees do more than just discuss global conflicts,...
  • Where Cocaine Is Produced and Where It’s Consumed

    01/12/2024 9:18:37 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    STATISTA ^ | 01/12/2024 | Floran Zandt
    Although cocaine is consumed in every part of the world, its base, the coca plant, is mainly cultivated in three Latin American countries: Peru, Bolivia and Colombia. The latter made headlines in the fall of 2023 due to a report released by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) claiming that the area used for coca crop in 2022 grew to 230,000 hectares, a 13 percent increase compared to 2021, according to Reuters reporting. As our chart shows, this further cements Colombia's spot as the top coca producer in the world.According to figures by UNODC and the Peruvian...
  • Zombie drug: Xylazine brings whole new set of problems to streets of West Virginia

    12/21/2023 5:28:04 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 19 replies
    Hundreds of thousands of lives have been saved over the years when naloxone — commonly known as Narcan — is administered to someone overdosing on opioids. Drugs Illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl can be mixed with xylazine, either to enhance drug effects or increase street value by increasing their weight. sedative/tranquilizer called xylazine to heroin, fentanyl and other opioids. And that’s bad news for addicts because naloxone doesn’t reverse a xylazine overdose. National Center for Biotechnology Information “You overdose on xylazine, and you’re going to die,” said the commander of the Greater Harrison Drug & Violent Crimes...
  • Pablo Escobar “Hated” Cocaine, “Loved Greece,” Claims His Brother Roberto

    12/03/2023 12:11:38 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 12 replies
    Greek Reporter ^ | December 2, 2023 | Tasos Kokkinidis
    Roberto Escobar Gaviria, the older brother of the infamous Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, opened up in an exclusive interview with Greek Reporter which was held at one of Pablo’s last residences overlooking Medellin. Nicknamed El Osito (“Little Bear”), Roberto Escobar served as the former accountant of the notorious Medellin Cartel, which was responsible for up to 80 percent of the cocaine once smuggled into the United States. Asked by Greek Reporter what he has to say to the thousands of victims who suffered and died during the turbulent years of the cartel’s operations, he replied that: “We are the...
  • Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose accused of violent 1989 rape in new lawsuit

    11/22/2023 11:53:58 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 64 replies
    NY Post ^ | 11/22/2023 | Priscilla DeGregory
    Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose used “fame, status and power” to violently rape a one-time Penthouse Pet back in his rock ’n’ roll heyday, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday. Sheila Kennedy, now 61, accuses Rose, also 61, of violently attacking her and anally raping her in a Manhattan hotel room in 1989, according to the complaint filed in New York State Supreme Court. The Post has reached out to Rose’s spokesperson and attorney for comment. The assault allegedly took place in February 1989 after Kennedy — who was Penthouse’s Pet of the Year in 1983 — first met...
  • Oregon's overdose-related deaths skyrocket to 955 this year - up from 280 three years ago when state decriminalized hard drugs like heroin, meth and cocaine

    11/22/2023 2:37:55 AM PST · by Libloather · 26 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 11/21/23 | Martha Williams
    Three years after Oregon voted to de-criminalize drug offences - residents are now begging to reverse their decision after seeing an astonishing number of deaths from opioid overdoses. In 2020 - Oregon voters approved a measure to decriminalize the possession of all drugs including heroin and cocaine. The proposal, known as Oregon Ballot Measure 110, passed with 58.8 percent support. Now residents of the liberal state are crying out to their politicians to do something about the open-air drug markets that their cities have turned into. Opioid deaths in Oregon have gone up from 280, before the de-criminalization was voted...
  • Oregon’s first-in-the-nation drug decriminalization law is facing pushback amid the fentanyl crisis

    11/20/2023 3:32:48 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 10 replies
    Associated Press ^ | November 20, 2023 | Claire Rush
    Oregon’s first-in-the-nation law that decriminalized the possession of small amounts of heroin, cocaine and other illicit drugs in favor of an emphasis on addiction treatment is facing strong headwinds in the progressive state after an explosion of public drug use fueled by the proliferation of fentanyl and a surge in deaths from opioids, including those of children. “The inability for people to live their day-to-day life without encountering open-air drug use is so pressing on urban folks’ minds,” said John Horvick, vice president of polling firm DHM Research. “That has very much changed people’s perspective about what they think Measure...
  • “The World is a Mess” … He’s Why

    08/09/2014 11:01:19 PM PDT · by Randall_S · 16 replies ^ | August 8, 2014 | Randall Stevens
    In the late interwar period, a few years before the ascendency of Adolf Hitler to the Chancellery, the famed German film director Fritz Lang created a classic of the silent film era. Spione (English: Spies) is a thriller of international espionage, intrigue, and manipulation by a criminal mastermind. Playing diplomats, politicians, and detectives against each other, using prostitutes, opium, and blackmail to control his adversaries, Lang’s arch villain Haghi pushes the world to the precipice of total war before he is brought down by the film’s hero. There is a man operating like this today. He has control of vast...
  • Report: Coke Gate — Secret Service Found DNA from White House Cocaine Baggie

    11/15/2023 10:52:26 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 26 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 11/15/2023 | WENDELL HUSEBØ
    The Secret Service reportedly found DNA from the cocaine baggie discovered in the White House on July 2 after the agency said it was unable to identify who smuggled the drug into one of the most secure buildings in the world. The reported DNA raises questions about if Americans were told the truth when the Secret Service alleged no fingerprints or DNA turned up on the baggie found in a “lobby” at the White House. According to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) filed by Fox News’s Jesse Watters Primetime, an envelope with three tubes of DNA, which Watters says...
  • Jesse Watters Primetime 11/14/23 Full End Show Fox Breaking News 14, November 2023Jesse (Watters' Primetime Shares Results from Their FOIA Request on Bag of White Powder Found in the White House. )

    11/14/2023 7:42:16 PM PST · by mbrfl · 30 replies
    Youtube ^ | November 14, 2023 | Jesse Watters Prime Time
    Jesse Watters goes over the results of his show's FOIA request into the bag of cocaine (or maybe not?) found in the White House, earlier this year.
  • First photos emerge of cocaine found at the White House

    11/13/2023 1:38:54 PM PST · by lowbridge · 45 replies ^ | November 13, 2023 | Josh Christenson
    Photos have emerged of cocaine that was found last summer at the White House, months after the Secret Service concluded its investigation into the matter without arresting a suspect. A small baggy containing roughly one gram of the white, powdery substance is visible in locker no. 50 near the White House’s West Executive entrance, according to photos the Daily Mail received after filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the protective agency. The Secret Service concluded its probe just 11 days after the cocaine was discovered by an agent sweeping the West Wing on July 2. The agency...
  • Oracle Employee Helped Cocaine Dealers Hide $54 Million In Crypto, DOJ Says

    11/07/2023 4:17:55 PM PST · by Libloather · 4 replies
    Forbes via MSN ^ | 11/07/23 | Thomas Brewster
    By day, Brian Krewson is a technical expert at computing giant Oracle. But by night he’s Mr. Poto, a fire-breathing, stilt-walking party entertainer, happy to perform at birthdays, weddings and corporate picnics. A Facebook photo from Halloween 2020 shows Krewson dressed in full methlab attire as a remarkably convincing Walter White, the infamous drug trafficker played by Brian Cranston in Breaking Bad. According to a Justice Department DOC, Krewson's resemblance to that character extends beyond appearance. The agency alleges that Krewson helped store and launder $54 million worth of cryptocurrency for two friends, Christopher Castelluzzo and Luke Atwell, who were...
  • RFK Jr. and Joe Biden are far more disgusting than most Americans realize

    10/23/2023 3:18:00 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 14 replies
    X ^ | Oct 23, 2023 | Brenden Dilley
    RFK Jr. and Joe Biden are far more disgusting than most Americans realize...This goes way beyond politics.— Brenden Dilley (@WarlordDilley) October 23, 2023🔥 Hell is for children 🔥w:@BrandieWithABee @JScottHolt47 @itsreallyleah @miguelifornia @WarlordDilley— littlememzz (@littlememzz) October 23, 2023
  • Six suspects in the murder of Ecuador's presidential candidate murdered in prison

    10/06/2023 8:34:25 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 14 replies
    NOS News Netherlands ^ | 10/7/2023 | NOS News
    Six men suspected of killing Ecuadorian presidential candidate Fernando Villavicencio have been killed in prison. The prison authority in Ecuador reported this in a statement. Ecuadorian President Lasso writes on... Drug violence Villavicencio was shot dead in the capital Quito in August after speaking at a campaign rally, two weeks before the elections. The gunman was killed in a shootout after the attack. Shortly after Villavicencio's murder, six Colombians were arrested. They were linked to the Los Lobos drug gang. It is not clear whether these are also the six suspects who have now been killed. Villavicencio's death shocked the...
  • Scandal-hit Justin Trudeau furiously denies claim he traveled to India on a plane 'full of COCAINE' and that he didn't come out of his room for two days - as ex-Indian diplomat brands him 'Canadian Rambo'

    09/28/2023 12:49:36 AM PDT · by Libloather · 26 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 9/27/23 | Joe Hutchison
    Justin Trudeau has angrily denied claims he traveled to India on a plane 'full of cocaine' and that he didn't leave his hotel room for two days. The Canadian PM's Office has dismissed comments from former Indian diplomat Deepak Vohra over accusations he made on Monday on Indian television. Vohra, a former Indian ambassador to Sudan, told Zee News: 'When Justin Trudeau came to India for the G20 this month, his plane was full of cocaine. He did not come out of his room for two days.' In a statement to the Toronto Sun, Trudeau's office said: 'This (is) absolutely...
  • Bombs, Rockets and Torture Cells: The EU is an Islamic Narco-State - The Muslim immigrant drug gangs transforming European cities.

    09/20/2023 6:45:20 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 19 replies
    Front Page Magazine ^ | 20 Sep, 2023 | Daniel Greenfield
    Less than an hour from the capital of the European Union, gangs fight gun battles in the streets or bomb each other’s outposts. Crime reporters, police and prosecutors are bought off or killed. Torture cells are set up in shipping containers and bodies can be cleanly disposed of, but when the gangs really want to send a message they set up a public execution or fire off a rocket. That’s the way things are done, not in Bogota or Beirut, but in Antwerp. Europe’s initial Islamic migration followed port cities. Among those leading port cities were Rotterdam and Antwerp which...