Fentanyl Deaths Fault of U.S.?
Posted by Childress on September 4, 2006
I’m not going to post a comment by Pat Rodgers, who blames last summer’s heroin/fentanyl deaths on the U.S. government. His/her point: American successful interdiction of Asian heroin caused addicts no choice but Mexican heroin, which led to Fentanyl spiking in an effort to yield similar effects as Asian heroin.
My take is different, of course. However, it’s not the purpose of this blog to debate drug policy. I’m not taking any comments on this post; I’m just putting Rodgers’ comment out there for your consideration.