Where’s the apology Peter?

by Nige

via righttolife.co.nz

via righttolife.co.nz

Across the world the police are cracking down on synthetic cannabis.

In New York:

“New York City police raided five bodegas in Brooklyn on Wednesday, a day after a wave of suspected overdoses from the synthetic drug K2 sent at least 33 people to the hospital and raised fears that the use of a substance that officials had indicated was on the wane was instead on the rise.”

In Petra, Jordan:

“Anti-Narcotics Department (AND) agents arrested four suspected drug dealers and seized hauls of synthetic Cannabis during raids across the country in the last two days.”

In Manchester:

“Police arrested Shawn Moll, 27, of Manchester, Kwasi Mayweather, 30, of Lakewood and Victoria Espinal, 19, of Manchester, according to the statement. They were all charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute LSD and more than 50 grams of marijuana, possession of synthetic marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia”

And from Christchurch, here in New Zealand:

“A Christchurch dairy has been raided in connection with the seizure of synthetic cannabis worth potentially millions of dollars.”

So, when will Peter Dunne come out and admit that there wasn’t proper research done on this scourge on society?

When will he denounce publicly the use of this insidious drug that quite clearly destroys people all over the world?

One suburb in New York has been described as “Zombie Town” due to the damage done there.

Does Peter Dune have anything to say on the obvious and international-wide exposure of just how damaging this once government-approved drug is?

I doubt it. It might make Christmas time awkward.


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