Juan Pablo Escobar: "El narcotráfico acabará el día que se legalicen las drogas" Juan Pablo Escobar (Medellín, 1977) lleva toda su vida luchando contra el estigma de ser hijo de uno de los narcos más peligrosos del mundo, Pablo Escobar.
Después de más de 20 años sembrando, el ahora conocido como Sebastián Marroquín, empieza a conseguirlo y ha decidido enfocar su vida a recuperar los valores perdidos por el narcoterrorismo. ¿Cómo se vive con el estigma de ser el hijo de uno de los mayores narcotraficantes de la historia? Tienes que vivir igual, no tienes opciones. Lo importante es que tus acciones te puedan acompañar para una vida tranquila y en paz. Hay mucha discriminación, aunque las cosas han cambiado y no es lo mismo que antes. ¿Qué ha sido lo más difícil? Que se nos reconozca como individuos, se nos ve como Pablo Escobar. World Drug Report 2014 web. VIDEO: Step Inside a Real SWAT Team Pot Raid. Mansfield, OH — If a dozen men armed with assault rifles drove up to your house, smashed out your doors and windows, ransacked your belongings, and robbed you of your hard-earned money — this story would undoubtedly be on news channels across the country.
People would quickly arm themselves and groups would form to protect neighborhoods from the dangers of the armed gangs robbing and pillaging people. However, when these armed groups of robbers wear a badge on their chest, this plunder becomes justice and the members become heroes. People would quickly arm themselves and groups would form to protect neighborhoods from the dangers of the armed gangs robbing and pillaging people. However, when these armed gangs of robbers wear a badge on their chest, this plunder becomes justice and the gang members become heroes. Across the country, it is estimated that SWAT teams are deployed hundreds of times — every day.
Alternative Crops. Big Pharma’s Adderall Is Basically Crystal Meth, Says Dr. Carl Hart. Outspoken drug critic Dr.
Carl Hart recently made comments in the media about how the popular big pharma drug Adderall is pretty much crystal meth. Photo: Wikimedia Commons Dr. Carl Hart, an associate professor of psychology and psychiatry at Columbia University who specializes in drug abuse and drug addiction, is also an outspoken critic of the drug war, and made comments in the media recently about how the popular big pharma drug Adderall is pretty much the same thing as crystal meth.
Drug Testing Welfare. Every Mass Shooting Shares One Thing In Common & It's NOT Weapons. By Dan Roberts Manasquan, NJ –-(Ammoland.com)- Nearly every mass shooting incident in the last twenty years, and multiple other instances of suicide and isolated shootings all share one thing in common, and its not the weapons used.
The overwhelming evidence points to the signal largest common factor in all of these incidents is the fact that all of the perpetrators were either actively taking powerful psychotropic drugs or had been at some point in the immediate past before they committed their crimes. Multiple credible scientific studies going back more than a decade, as well as internal documents from certain pharmaceutical companies that suppressed the information show that SSRI drugs ( Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors ) have well known, but unreported side effects, including but not limited to suicide and other violent behavior.
I leave that to the individual readers to decide. Is the DOJ Defying Congress by Pursuing Medical Marijuana Cases? Office of Dana RohrabacherLast week a federal judge rejected a defense motion to dismiss the case against five medical marijuana users in Washington state who face drug charges that could send them to prison for 10 years or more.
That ruling means the trial of Larry Harvey and the four other defendants, known as the Kettle Falls Five, will proceed as scheduled next Monday. Defense attorneys argued that the prosecution violates a spending rider barring the Justice Department from trying to stop states like Washington from implementing their medical marijuana laws. U.S. District Judge Thomas Rice disagreed, noting that federal prosecutors claim Harvey et al. were not complying with state law. "The United States has proffered evidence to demonstrate the defendants were operating a for-profit marijuana business," Rice wrote. Inside the FDA Mafia. Bill O'Reilly Makes Millions of Marijuana Arrests Disappear. Fox NewsLast month, during a tirade about The Denver Post's decision to hire a marijuana editor, Bill O'Reilly was puzzled by the idea that wine intoxicates people and treated the notion that a newspaper would print bar reviews or cocktail recipes as self-evidently absurd.
Yesterday, in another exchange with Fox News commentators Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham, O'Reilly revealed that he does not know people get arrested for marijuana possession: O'Reilly: Primarily, the left embraces the drug culture to some extent....What is it about the drug culture...that's so compelling for some of them? Williams: Well, I don't think it's compelling, but I think that if you start to arrest their children and give them records and put barriers in front of their futures and their careers, I think people say, "Wait a second.
" As you said in the previous segment, this is soft drug use. Why are you arresting and giving this kid a record, especially minority kids. Sanjay Gupta Reverses On Marijuana: 'We Have Been Terribly And Systematically Misled' By Rebecca Leber "Sanjay Gupta Reverses On Marijuana: ‘We Have Been Terribly And Systematically Misled’" CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr.
Sanjay Gupta reversed his position on marijuana’s health benefits and apologized for his previous stand against it in an article Thursday for CNN. In 2009, Gupta penned an op-ed advocating against marijuana, where he advised as a doctor that “marijuana isn’t really very good for you.” At the time, he was in the running for an appointment to Surgeon General.
Since then, additional research and his work on a documentary have convinced him otherwise. “I apologize because I didn’t look hard enough, until now,” he said. Evaluating Drug Decriminalization in Portugal 12 Years Later. Before he got involved in the global war on drugs, João Goulão was a family physician with his own practice in Faro, on Portugal's Algarve coast.