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DEA hits Walgreens on oxycodone distribution in Florida

Good post, I couldn't agree more. This thing with Walgreens comes down to this. People always worried about government sponsored healthcare well now we have it. But nobody realized the DEA was going to be in charge of it. As I've said one this board many times. The day will come when many of these draconian crusaders DEA agents, federal prosecutors & local DA's will suffer chronic pain. It would serve them right if their doctors refuses to address their pain because of fear of the DEA. There's nothing in life more dangerous than a fool with a cause & these people are king of the fools. DEASUCKS.COM  (Sep 15, 2012 | post #2)


Yea & it's hard to out run the motorola.  (Aug 21, 2012 | post #77)


I've seen that on TV & I can never understand why anyone would allow themselves to be interrogating without their lawyer present. You never talk to cops you let your lawyer talk to cops. As for the guy worried about F2F just wear your running shoes hun. Most cops are out of shape from eating donuts. If your lucky you can out run um.  (Aug 19, 2012 | post #71)

10 arrests made in Pompano Beach pill mill bust

I agree & I hope every DEA agent & everyone involved in this bust develops a chronic pain condition. It would serve them right if their doctor refused to prescribe pain medication out of fear of being arrested as well. If a patient has a valid MRI showing a condition that could cause chronic pain what else can the doctor ask for? What else does the DEA expect of the doctor? Should he just let his patients suffer? Early in 2002 I think it was the AMA declared this was going to be the decade where they attack pain like a disease. They wanted to ease peoples suffering. So the pain clinics where born to specifically deal with pain issues. Now DEA is on a mission to close them down. What do they expect chronic pain suffers to do? DEASUCKS.COM  (Aug 19, 2012 | post #3)

Dr. Deaths?

Makes about as much sense doesn't it lol? I was in that clinic ran by the George brothers. It was not a pill mill you had to have a MRI and pass a drug test. I hope Dr. Cadet beats the charges. This is why doctors are afraid to treat pain. DEASUCKS.COM  (Aug 15, 2012 | post #2)

Court sentences 'Big Momma' Ely, Lee County oxycodone gan...

I agree  (Jul 17, 2012 | post #10)

Court sentences 'Big Momma' Ely, Lee County oxycodone gan...

Yea right lets just keep filling the prisons with drug offenders for the taxpayers to support. It sure make the increasing number of corporate owned prisons happy $$$. We have had 98 years of drug prohibition since the Harrison narcotic act passed in 1914 & where has it got us? Overcrowded prisons and more drug dealers then ever. You can't solve this with prohibition it didn't work with alcohol and it's not working with drugs. This is a social problem not a legal problem. Compromises are going to have to be made including the legalization of some prescription pain killers. Of course here in America we see compromises as defeat & are slow to see the big picture. When it's illegal and the price of one oxy is $30.00 of course your going to have crime. Look at methadone programs. When a methadone clinic opens in a town the crime rate goes down. The drug laws are causing more problems then the drugs. Your knee jerk reactions of throw them all in jail is not solving the problem. As puckets creek said there will be 10 more to take their place.  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #8)

FL: Thirty- One Individuals Charged With Illegally Distri...

Florida law  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #6)

FL: Thirty- One Individuals Charged With Illegally Distri...

If I remember correctly they have this ridiculous law that you can only possess so much oxycodone even with a script at one time. I think it works out to a total of something like 483 pills. So if 4 people go to a pain clinic & get 180 oxys each and they ride in the same car they can be charged with trafficking. This case could be as simple as a few individuals doing this very thing. I would be curious to know the details. That was a typical government website only vague details. DEASUCKS.COM  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #4)

Walgreens The Truth

As long as the script is in stock and verified to be legit the pharmacist should be required to fill the script. The current system allows a pharmacist who may be power happy to turn someone away patients for for any number of illegitimate reasons. The medical profession is arrogant enough already. DEASUCKS.COM  (Jun 27, 2012 | post #5)


Yes I'm live & in person at the Bunny Ranch  (Jun 21, 2012 | post #43)


I think a better way of putting it is ..."WE WILL NOT TAKE THIS NO MORE! KEEP YOUR LAWS OFF OUR BODY"  (Jun 21, 2012 | post #41)


DEA has over stepped their authority & operated with impunity for too long. It's reached a point now where DEA is your doctor. They your doctor what they can & can't prescribe & how much they can prescribe. Love to march with you guys. DEASUCKS.COM  (Jun 21, 2012 | post #36)

Should hydrocodone be changed to a schedule 2 drug?

Oxycodone shouldn't be a schedule 2 & neither should Hydro's. DEASUCKS.COM  (Jun 19, 2012 | post #3)

Is anyone legit on here?

The checks in the mail hun. LOL  (Jun 19, 2012 | post #21)

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