wtf

United States

#1 Oct 11, 2012
I dont understand how cops have made many busts on the pain pills but yet they are still on every corner and street. I think it might be job security. And how the government thinks it can take away very important medication from ppl. Its not right.
Der

Frankfort, KY

#2 Oct 11, 2012
They are only causing an explosion in heroin trafficking and creating addicts who replaced one drug with another. The only difference is, heroin isn't made at a licensed plant, sold to licensed pharmacies, and given to chosen people. It is almost impossible to track and control the way pills are. There is no paper trail, only track marks.
Whomever

Frankfort, KY

#3 Oct 11, 2012
wtf wrote:
I dont understand how cops have made many busts on the pain pills but yet they are still on every corner and street. I think it might be job security. And how the government thinks it can take away very important medication from ppl. Its not right.
whos got em ? What are u on the corner for looking around any ways ?
Death

United States

#4 Oct 12, 2012
wtf wrote:
I dont understand how cops have made many busts on the pain pills but yet they are still on every corner and street. I think it might be job security. And how the government thinks it can take away very important medication from ppl. Its not right.
Maybe they are kicking in doors (no warrent) taking the drugs they find and not turning it in. That way they can keep the drugs and the drug dealer can keep on working. After all, would you file a complaint if a cop took your drugs?
The goverment wants people to account for their actions. Why does the same rule not apply to them?
j

United States

#5 Oct 12, 2012
Blame the court system not the cops. Cops bring them in and the courts let them right back out. The state would rather save $20 a day it costs to house an inmate than to keep these criminals off the street.
Apparently

Coxs Creek, KY

#6 Oct 12, 2012
Death wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe they are kicking in doors (no warrent) taking the drugs they find and not turning it in. That way they can keep the drugs and the drug dealer can keep on working. After all, would you file a complaint if a cop took your drugs?
The goverment wants people to account for their actions. Why does the same rule not apply to them?
Apparently "Death" refers to what happened to your reasoning capabilities?

What you describe could never be covered up.
snoopsays

United States

#8 Oct 12, 2012
DAAYMM!
wtf

El Monte, CA

#9 Oct 12, 2012
Well I will tell u why "whomever". Its because ky doesn't want to give out anything for pain so people turn to the streets just so they are not suffering in pain everyday. I think its time to move out of ky. I knew there would be atleast one lame ass no life person on here that had to put their 2 cents in. I will never understand why people are like u. Must be because they wanna bitch about something.
BeenThere

Frankfort, KY

#10 Oct 12, 2012
wtf wrote:
Well I will tell u why "whomever". Its because ky doesn't want to give out anything for pain so people turn to the streets just so they are not suffering in pain everyday. I think its time to move out of ky. I knew there would be atleast one lame ass no life person on here that had to put their 2 cents in. I will never understand why people are like u. Must be because they wanna bitch about something.
Folks that think making them impossible to get will solve the problem have never been in any real pain and I hope they soon are so they can eat their words. I used to have the "Ibuprofen cures all" attitude until my pelvis shattered and sent bones fragments into nerves.
Death

United States

#11 Oct 13, 2012
Apparently wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently "Death" refers to what happened to your reasoning capabilities?
What you describe could never be covered up.
How do you know I'm wrong?
How do you know that I don't know the person it happened to?
If no citation or search warrant was issued, it can be covered up. Take the drugs and walk out the door.

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