Canadian forensic and health authorities are finding fentanyl turning up as a contaminant for other popular party/recreational drugs – apparently its so cheap its being used as a filler – very dangerous!
'Assume everything has #fentanyl': Casual users warned about contaminated party drugs #overdosecrisis https://t.co/AQFdypLNsY
— Insiteful Vancouver (@InsiteVan) March 29, 2017
Yikes! This can kill people and I’m sure dealers know this.
It’s not that fentanyl is cheap its just that it is super strong. The street value for 1kg is like $1,000,000.
Although I don’t think any dealers deliberately want to kill their customers or sell incorrect substances, what is happening is a rise in poly drug use and a breaking down of social barriers between users of “party drugs” and “hard drugs” – with some dealers shifting large quantities of both, especially via hidden online markets
As drugs are illegal it creates a climate where there is no incentive to label things correctly especially if they are going through mainstream post/courier services, accidents are inevitable.
Even with legal stuff things get contaminated; who here can remember how half of Europe ended up eating horsemeat instead of beef around 2013? But at least there are safety agencies and an incentive for the businesses involved to follow the rules…
Some more Canadian incidents here..
A young, good looking middle class girl – not your “average druggie” although in recent years there have been more teenagers in UK (especially my area) going straight to “hard drugs” such as opiates rather than using MDMA – following clampdowns on raves and party drugs use in the region!
Latest casualty: a pit bull pup! (Saved due to a quick thinking vet, now CA is issuing “dog sized” naxolone kits!)
Vancouver, where even the dogs are overdosing on fentanyl https://t.co/NjbWBvhvRB via @georgiastraight
— Alex@VFRmedia (@VFRmedia) April 4, 2017
This is unreal an dealers know exactly what they’re doing. If Drugs Inc. is anyting tob go by then smackheads will look for dealers who have batches thathave killed people. believing it o be stronger when it’s often cut with a fentanyl analogue.
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