Ever watch someone destroy themselves? The show could come across to some as either a campy 70s horror flick or art…maybe both. One thing is for…Continue
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Xylazine: The Emergence of a New Drug, They Call It ‘Tranq’ — And It’s Making Street Drugs Even More Dangerous
A non-opioid animal tranquilizer for which there is no antidote is being mixed into street drugs, making the already deadly supply more dangerous, according to toxicologists and researchers.
Xylazine isn't an opioid. So if someone consumes fentanyl that's mixed with xylazine, it is indeed possible their fentanyl overdose may be reversed but they will die from xylazine.…Continue
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Stop the stigma, the stereotypes, the assumptions…. Anyone can die, most are not drug addicts! Fentanyl poisoning is real, our children are dying! Educate your families, do not use pills or medication’s that others give you, do not ask others for medications, and do not accept pills from others to try. Fentanyl poisoning is the newest drug epidemic and is laced with tons of counterfeit pills, cocaine and marijuana Don’t let you or your loved one be a picture on the next billboard. It only…Continue
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Teens are using emoji and secret lingo to find illegal drugs. How parents can crack the code...
Teens are buying drugs via popular social media platforms and text messaging, often right under their parents’ noses. Experts are decoding the secret terms and…Continue
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Sometimes, emojis have hidden meanings much more sinister than what’s on the surface.
For example, emojis can be used to represent certain drugs, becoming a new slang of sorts for dealers and users. Most emoji combinations are obscure, and some are dangerous.
This reference guide is intended to give parents, educators, and caregivers a better sense of how emojis are being used in conjunction with illegal drugs.
Fake prescription pills, commonly laced with deadly fentanyl,…Continue
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Death by fentanyl is a form of suffocation. It shuts down your neuro and respiratory system and you can die in minutes or even seconds. Fentanyl causes respiratory depression called "wooden chest syndrome".
The onset of poisoning caused by fentanyl can occur at a much quicker rate (sometimes within seconds) than heroin. In the majority of cases, fentanyl poisoning appears very similar to other opioid overdoses. However,…
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Deceptive drugs made of fentanyl are killing young people across America at an alarming rate.
Fentanyl is infiltrating our communities through counterfeit pills, cocaine, and any other street drug you can name.
Anonymously sold through social media and delivered within minutes. Learn about it now before it kills you or someone you love.
Illicit fentanyl and its analogues are very dangerous synthetic opioids, with high abuse potential and severe…Continue
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Authentic oxycodone M30 tablets (top) vs. fake oxycodone M30 tablets containing fentanyl. As our nation remains in the midst of an opioid crisis, another disturbing trend has emerged: the selling and the use of fake medication.
These pills, which are often sold online, look like legitimate prescription meds such as oxycodone or Adderall. In fact,…
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DEA Seized Enough Fentanyl in 2021 to Provide A Lethal Dose to Every American
Washington, D.C. - As U.S. overdose deaths reach a devastating new height, claiming a new victim every five minutes, the Drug Enforcement Administration has revealed a direct link between fentanyl-related overdose deaths and criminal drug networks in Mexico. These groups are harnessing social media platforms to bring drugs laced with fentanyl and fake prescription pills into American homes with one click on a…
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QTdaButcha is an emerging Hip-Hop artist, singer, and songwriter originating from Bronx, New York, and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He is making waves in the scene with his…Continue
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More potent, more addictive, just one pill can be deadly. It takes 2mg (2 grains of salt) to kill a person. The DEA says the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office has found 11 people who’ve died of suspected overdoses have had para-fluorofentanyl in their system. This new variant of fentanyl is believed to be made by cartels in Mexico.…
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Philadelphia's very own, Douglas Richardson is a BeatMaker and Music Producer. He has done collaborations with unsigned Rappers. This is where he met with them on all social media platforms like; Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and…Continue
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The streets dont love you back organization yearly backpack and school supplies giveaway August 2018 make a donation . thank you all for your support http://thestreetsdontloveyouback.ning.com/page/donate…Continue
Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will.
Sex trafficking has been found in a wide variety of venues within the sex industry, including residential brothels, escort services, fake massage businesses, strip clubs, and street prostitution.
Labor trafficking has been found in diverse labor settings including,…Continue
In every state, crimes are put into distinct categories. The categories are usually "felony," "misdemeanor," and "infraction." Decisions on crime classification are made by state legislators; the determination focuses on the seriousness of the crime. This article looks at the differences among these crime classifications, moving from least serious (infractions) to most (felonies).
Infractions (sometimes called violations) are petty offenses that are…
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