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Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Fentanyl (Full Episode) With Mariana Van Zeller

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

Fentanyl has turbocharged the deadliest drug crisis in American history. But less understood is how the drug has utterly transformed the black market. 

Mariana goes in search of the new bosses, new routes, new risks and the American communities paying the price for fentanyl’s next wave. 

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19 comments:

  1. Mariana le anda buscando ruido al chicharrón, le anda buscando tres pies al gato sabiendo que tiene cuatro y se va a topar con el burro de cinco patas por payasa.

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  2. 31,000 people died of fentanyl she said. Mmmm. More than 51,000 died of excess of lead. So guns killed more.

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  3. It was reported in the USA that 90,000 died to overdose on drugs which includes Fentanyl.

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  4. Their body Their choice ūü§∑ stop blaming the ones who sell it and lets focus on the ones who are buying it

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    1. In other words look the other way let the addicts die, because they are using Fent.

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    2. Actually they think they’re buying other drugs their bodies are used to. And the cartels mix fentanyl with it. That’s why it’s so many overdoses.

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    3. Catalina island
      I blame sellers, they should not be selling Fent laced drugs whatsoever, should the person die, I would hold the drug dealer responsible, there are a few cases in USA where the dealer is in jail pending court, for the charge of homicide.

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    4. How many damn times do we have to tell you guys that people DON'T WANT FENTANYL.. They want heroin and oxycodone. Very very few users want fentanyl. And coke and xanax users sure as hell don't want fent in their batches.

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  5. 7:32 addicts are mentally challenged, most did not intend to become addicted.
    Drug dealers on the other hand, knew the program since they "gave away" the first dose to their target victims, to pay for their own habit or to just cash in on the business because of greed.
    This is not about blaming but about trouble shooting, and the problem is drug trafficking and traffickers.

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    1. This is not about blaming but about trouble shooting, and the problem is drug trafficking and traffickers you said. Mmmmmm

      I once was addicted to drugs. I try drugs for the first time with my cousin. Funny thing that I was the only one who got addicted in my family. My other two brothers said no to drugs even when my cousin was asking them to try it.

      I think is about choice.

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    2. 12:12 It is a choice at first,
      After the second or third time it is a no contest, that why your cousin knew somebody would become an addicted money spender

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    3. @12:12 Paisa
      Problem is not traffickers. It's people not knowing how to use drugs properly and it's societies which structurally/socially breed addiction, trauma, depression, economic insecurity, crime, etc.

      We also don't have ibogaine treatment centers which is another problem. They should not only exist, they should be practically mainstream.

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    4. Police know perfecly where the addicts and the dealers are, but they love the principle of No Intervention until they know the stash of money is Good Enough to make it up to themselves for their sacrifices...
      On extreme cases like the argentinian Montoneros, whose real leader was "Admiral 0" argentinian armada admiral Emilio Eduardo Massera whose school of mechanics of the armada he used as a Junta center of torture against innocent civilians with $$$ and property to steal to gift and support his many whores...
      US Cuicos are falling dangerously down in the very same pot of shit, no results but plenty of escuuses..

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  6. Has there been any known activity about a drug that is supposed to be 20 to 100 times stronger than fentanyl called ISO or real name Isotonitazine? It's been showing up around Tampa, FL.

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Attorney General Ashley Moody is warning Floridians of a new, deadly synthetic opioid found in Florida called Isotonitazene—commonly referred to as ISO. According to reports, ISO is approximately 20 to 100 times stronger than fentanyl—an already incredibly dangerous opioid. Similar to fentanyl, this new synthetic opioid is being mixed with other drugs and appearing in the illicit drug market—possibly in powder or pill form. Often, users have no idea that a lethal synthetic opioid is mixed into a drug until it is too late. Attorney General Moody is sounding the alarm and asking people to never take an illicit drug because just one pill can kill.

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    1. 3:19
      You have a bad case of hicupps.
      Ya almost sound like ya repeating yourself 3 times.

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    2. 5:17 welcome the news,
      And remember to Take a Sad Song And Make it Better, of curse you never know when shit comes from florida, crazy de santis is one more mind infested with MAGGOTS

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    3. That's a myth. Isotonitazene is only about 2.5 times as potent as hydromorphone (one of the main metabolites of Vicodin) and only slightly more potent than fentanyl in humans. Iso is far more "abnormally potent" in animals than in human subjects.

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    4. Brings to mind horse dewormer demanded by US extreme right extremists for covid 19...
      I have to say, if they want it and it is there and they will pay, they right wingers should get their horse dewormer, glenn beck needs to get rid of his medical stocks, but we don't have to pay his ass one red penny.

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    5. @6:03
      Bruh

      It's not fucking horse dewormer smh

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