Sunday, May 27, 2018

Killer Nebraska Fentanyl Bust : 118 Pounds Worth $20 Million USD

Posted by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: wandtv

May 26, 2018
Also techtimes By: Allen Adamson

Kearney, Neb. (WAND) - The Nebraska State Patrol seized almost 120 pounds of the drug fentanyl, which is the largest bust in the state’s history and one of the largest in the country.

According to the authorities, 118 pounds of the drug was seized during a routine traffic stop on April 26th near Kearney, which is enough to kill roughly 26 million people according to estimates by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Troopers became suspicious of a semi-truck, and after searching the vehicle found drugs hidden in a compartment, says Nebraska State Patrol Col. John Bolduc.

Troopers initially believed they had found mainly cocaine, but after the drug was tested it was found to be all fentanyl.



                   Note : No explanation of how the packets were distributed throughout this load

The driver of the truck, Felipe Genao-Minaya, 46, and a passenger, Nelson Nunez, 52, both of New Jersey, were arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, the agency said.

The DEA says the value of the drugs is estimated at more than $20 million. 2 milligrams of fentanyl is considered to be lethal for most people.

Fentanyl is an opioid that is nearly 100 times stronger than morphine and up to 50 times stronger than heroin.

43 comments:

  1. Great job, that Cartel that lost that load to the police, is going to kill the families of those 2 men.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Stupid people that buy this shit do not know on what to get high on anymore! Used to be weed was for poor people, coke was for more prestige and heroin was for dumbasses! Now people have so many choices of drugs they all seem dumbass broke for the most part!
    Regardless of class all drugs are for stupid people yet as long as addiction is labeled a disease people will no longer fear trying any drug out for fear of backlash against their own personal choice to do so/intelligence and or will power!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You know, I DO have a problem with addiction being labeled a disease. Of course it is in SOME cases but to just put that generalization on everything and everyone is fraught with problems, one of them being your point.
      People can and do get over all kinds of addictions; and they don’t and aren’t always scarred for life either. I do believe SOME could be considered a disease, and there is genetic predisposition for some, but I cannot go as far as thinking that ALL substance abuse is a disease.

      Delete
    2. Most if not all people have a predisposition to get addicted to a powerful drug like heroin.
      However you can ONLY get addicted if you try it.
      This is why I, DO NOT agree that addiction is a disease at all regardless of excuses made after the fact (meaning after addiction occurs).

      Delete
    3. I Agree drugs can be a choice or in some cases a disease and some cases a bit of both, choice and disease. Coke and meth are more of a choice as they are not physically addictive or prescribed but opiates are used for pain and are very physically addictive. The legal overuse of prescription pain medicine has contributed to the illegal abuse of opiates...all people will get physically addicted to opiates if given doses over a period of ten to fifteen days... the tolerance builds and the dose increases and every cell in the body demands more when the dose is stopped... I don’t care if you are an infant or a grandmother opiate addiction may begin as a choice but ends up as a disease at the minute withdrawal starts... heroine is an opiate made for abuse but many addicts probably started with “legal” opiates prescribed by a doctor and when the physical addiction starts any form of opiates will “fix” the withdrawal...not really sure people say “I wanna be an opiate addict when I grow up and die young and in jail... education would help a lot of people understand the difference between the disease and the choice of addiction... drug dealers from Mexico have figured it out...and they don’t mind exploiting it because the drug dealers love the life and are too lazy to get a real job...

      GC

      Delete
    4. 6:39 Good point made.

      Delete
    5. People get to trying one drug before they get addicted, usually "for free, from friends" that were only initiating them, fully knowing what the game was...
      When people get addicted they start living for their next dose and some become tragic cases of OD deaths others become stinking derelict like in cases of extreme alcoholism winos.
      Many addicts like alcoholic wins keep performing like nothing happenning, others like Duterte keep appearing to be human dignitaries trying to impose sobriety, dignity, cleanliness, order, and the rule of "law" in their cities where "Great International Investors" want to present their expensive image of decency to their moneyed customers, but they made their money from drug trafficking and money laundering with the best of the best at the shade of power from every kind of politician...don't tell me THE CIA did not know what they were doing when they invented and trafficked crack for the masses to supplement their cocaine sales to the beautiful rich and distinguished ADDICTS...
      -!There is all that greed behind the extensive drug trafficking and money laundering that thrives off addiction, pick on some of that, there is all the money there...

      Delete
    6. As a recovered alcoholic, I can tell you that addiction isn’t a disease. The underlying psychological problems (depression, extreme self-loathing, emotional traumas, etc.) that cause people to seek out and become physically and mentally dependent on substances are diseases in many cases. It’s not the dependency on a certain substance that keeps people “addicted”, it is the unresolved psychological issues.

      Delete
    7. Only those who will make a profit by implementing a treatment to cure the addiction call it a disease.

      Delete
    8. Either you use drugs because you are mentally ill (selfmedication) or you will be mentally ill because you use it.

      Delete
    9. I, would dare say 90 percent or more addicts are there by choice not by a doctor prescribed addiction as some people like to point out.
      8:56 makes a good point about underlying pshycological factors that perhaps continue the addiction but it only takes trying drugs ONE time for predespositioned people to become addicted and or try more drugs that cause them to become so.
      My point is STOP babying STUPID ass weak minded fools that more than likely willingly tried drugs in the first place and SCOLD them if not worse for doing so and prior to even begenning trying drugs IF possible. Make drug consumption the EVIL it has always been then perhaps this in itself can help curb the drug flow into this country as well as stop the bloodshed elsewhere like South American and even Chicago for example!!!

      Delete
    10. Opiate addiction is a treatable physical dependency/mental illness. Anyone given opiates for even 7 days will become physically dependent and get deathly ill without it. If you’ve never been dope sick, don’t talk about it because you don’t understand it. Of course it’s pissible to get off the junk and stay off but it’s the hardest of all the addictions to beat.

      Delete
    11. @9:39PM You should be careful with overgeneralizations like "Anyone". I was on Oxy for 2 weeks and didn't get addicted, nor did I experience withdrawals. It helps that I followed the prescribed instructions though, rather than popping more because the pain still sucked on some days. I actually couldn't wait to be done with the crap, the loss of motor control drove me nuts.

      Ever since then I decided I'd deal with the pain by using normal doses of aspirin, or a drink or two at night, and then sucking it up through the pain. I have plenty of days that suck, but I will never allow myself to be prescribed that stuff again. Physical therapy also helps, but is still sadly only temporary.

      KB

      Delete
    12. 90 percent... where did that number come from? Don’t just make up numbers where’s the research that suggests that? 939 z comment is based on medical fact. Coke meth x pot and to an extent alcohol are choices but physical dependence is a different ballgame...

      Delete
    13. 8:16 you do know the 90 percent number is just personal opinion on the number of people that willingly have tried any kind of drug correct? This number has nothing to do with the dependence on the drug and amount of consumption there after that first try at drugs.
      Having said this the 90 percent figure also has nothing to do with how many become and or stay addicts once they consume drugs medical facts stated before or not.

      Delete
    14. Ninety percent are there by choice is not accurate and is only and opinion... fake news or or whatever it’s called now... if doing drugs is a choice and only the weak minded people do them, then only weak minded people eat unhealthy, drive to fast, and make other stupid decisions... NOBODY wants to be there when withdrawals start.... many heroine addicts started with pills prescribed by a doctor thinking it was safe, but became addicted without realizing...

      Delete
    15. 8:44 like 90 percent of people are doctor prescribed addiction?
      Fake news my ass. You are an example of is what it means to BABY drug addicts! Let them take responsobility for their OWN choices! Unless you have statistics that say otherwise???

      Delete
  3. As a American and citizen of the USA I am glad to see this bust . Of coarse all the cheerleaders are saying it isn't nothing . You think anybody connected with this is happy and smiling? Nebraska . The "Heartland" . Lets see what the people say when court winds up on these 2 . I truly believe we should develop cover assassination teams to take the people out that is making this shit.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Think, who is powerful in Nebraska?
      Remember the best of the best try to "keep their enemies close and their friends even closer"

      Delete
    2. You do know that this product was created by a farma company right ?

      Delete
    3. 1p:29 yes, but I want to see who gives NAMES, the pharma corporations diversify ASAP and split the logistics from precursors to processing to marketing and layering to lobbying and making favorable laws, then throwing it to the Mexican narcos and drug traffickers to keep their hands clean no matter how much caca on them while exploiting rehab centers budgets from the government.

      Delete
    4. 8:28 I don't think you or most people who quote Marlin Brando even know who said it and the context it was said in . a smart man wants his enemies way the fuck away from him . Unless he is Vito Corleone

      Delete
  4. "Routine traffic stop". Bullshit.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yeah, it’s never routine. They were being watched all the way from Mexico. Probably tailed them since they left CA.

      Delete
    2. This, i worked in LE, no such thing as random. Same as Home Invasions, they are targeted 100 % of the time. The heat was on that load from the get go.

      Delete
    3. 6:23 somebody wants to put the heat on
      "The American Señores del Narco" to extort some chunk of billions from their bank accounts, who do you like?

      Delete
  5. Fentanyl might end up being the Narcos down fall. Its just going to take one extremist weaponizing it, and the United States will be forced to remove their blinders and engage.

    Phelpso

    ReplyDelete
  6. The REALLY scary thing with the Fentanyl is that soooo many people may have no idea it is in whatever they are scoring with all the crazy cut drugs out there.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. carfent and u-447700 are literally biological weapons and legally purchased in some states sent from some Chinese lab

      Delete
    2. They’re even cutting coke with it now which is just so fucked up. Weekend warriors buying eightballs cut with deadly man made opioid analog. Used to be they’d just cut the smack with fent to stretch the weight...then they started saying “let’s just make this shit in super labs and sell it instead of heroin”... it’s pretty insane that there’s more fentanyl being sold than heroin now.

      Delete
  7. I an asking again, if fentanyl is so powerful and dangerous how come there has not been a disaster in the Mexican "labs" where they process that garbage on the Mexican Sierras, with little else than sheds, garbage bags sheet metal and plastic pails left behind from other precursors?
    --Chances are it comes in finished form from overseas or offshore?
    Of course, i'm not trying to overwork our fine investigators

    ReplyDelete
  8. fewer junkies is fine, let them be scared sober or die

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Junkies can and do recover. You aren’t qualified to decide who lives and dies. Hope your kid never gets strung out on dope...it’s happened to people's kids that were way better parents than you.

      Delete
  9. The price is so inflated. DEA does it to make us believe they are making a diffrence. Drop in the bucket. When cbp catches it at the border its reported as one fourth of the price.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Farther north it is worth more . Then they assess the price the lowest level dealer is getting for dose . It is always exaggerated in value . Still , execute the low lifes

      Delete
    2. Fentanyl is always cheaper than straight up dope is. They started just using it to stretch the dope now they sell it instead of dope.

      Delete
  10. This stuff is a true, blue killer. I've lost 20 friends in the past couple years to it.. My little town in Florida wasn't ready for this. Addicts were trying to find something cheaper than roxies, found heroin, and it was then that they started cutting with fent.. so many died. Otherwise great people.. somehow the scumbags are still living.. well some..btw, as someone who has had their fair share of addiction problems, I can honestly say, addiction is NOT a disease. It's a choice. Whoever says that is just trying to use a cop out for having no will power to stop themselves..glad I got clean before I tried that..

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. If you’re a former junkie, then you know it starts out as a choice then becomes a necessity. I wouldn’t call it a disease; it’s a treatable mental and physical illness. A condition. It’s not just about will power either; it changes your entire brain chemistry. There’s a reason it’s called “hooked”... being a crackhead is a choice; being a junkie is being a prisoner.

      Delete
    2. It's a choice to start and stop. I was a functioning addict. Perhaps I hadn't been as bad off as someone you're talking about, because when I put my mind to it, I got clean. When I didn't want it, I continued to use.. it's truly a choice. The whole way around.. you can't equate it to "crazy people don't know they're crazy".. that's mental illness. That's disease. An addict knows they're an addict. They know how to end it all also.. just my experience..

      Delete
  11. Poor families of the driver and co driver. Death sentence for sure

    ReplyDelete
  12. Legalize all drugs.. It might not be a disease but when your making shit wages and have nothing on your mind but eviction and living day by day give people a reason to not want to escape and get hi.

    Is it my fault, that i want to escape personal problems and depression? Id it my fault i czn get hi for free Nd make more than my dayjob by supplyimg a few friends?

    Im just speaking from a hustler/self medicators viewpoint. Yes u make more by not using but if you got a good enough plug you could never smoke enough to make a dofference.

    Not to mention i can give my close friends and brothers work so they can support their families as well. Take care of more people than most sober people would.


    ReplyDelete
  13. Fetty and Ice is the main thing out of Mexico right now. Coca Cola is shutting down in Mexico for real. Wonder why 🤷🏽‍♂️

    ReplyDelete
  14. Prince the singer, was a drug user, and died from a dose of Fentanyl. No one wanted to say where he got it from.

    ReplyDelete

Comments are moderated, refer to policy for more information.
Envía fotos, vídeos, notas, enlaces o información
Todo 100% Anónimo;

borderlandbeat@gmail.com