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  1. #111
    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    Not like it's a new idea.

    In an attempt to enforce Prohibition, the Prohibition Bureau began adding poison to industrial alcohol to prevent its consumption, killing between 10,000 and 50,000 people. This was supported by people like Wayne Wheeler, who argued that the victims had committed suicide by breaking the law. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_...on_enforcement


    News to me, thanks.

  2. #112

    Controversial police shooting of licensed carry.

    You decide. Here's the twitter post:



    Here's the cop cam:



    More commentary here: https://www.reddit.com/r/iamatotalpi...what_she_told/

  3. #113
    They were shouting orders to him to put the gun down for a good 40 seconds before he appeared to comply. Those officers had to be thinking, "WTF is going through this guy's head right now to not obey? Is he working up the courage to shoot?"

    Why was he squatting behind defensive cover of the car and open door if he wasn't considering shooting at them?

  4. #114
    Shame. Even if he was able to react in what I would consider a normal way ( he appeared to be impaired, by either drugs or maybe I have to bring race into it. Don't know) BUT, even if he had complied, he still would have been shot by virtue of reaching for the gun to put it down. This is true.
    Geraniums stink.

  5. #115

    Cops are liars. R U Surprised?

    https://www.freep.com/story/news/hea...ia/3566951002/

    Cops say touching fentanyl is making them sick. Doctors say it's impossible

    "If you could absorb drugs by touching them, why would people bother to inject them?'' said Dr. Andrew Stolbach, a medical toxicologist and emergency physician at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He also is an expert on the subject of fentanyl exposure.
    “Drugs like fentanyl and analogs of fentanyl aren't absorbed through the skin very well at all," Stolbach said. "So brief, incidental contact isn't going to cause somebody to absorb a therapeutic dose, let alone a toxic dose."

    ...On top of that, experts said overdosing from unintentionally inhaling fentanyl is difficult because the opioid doesn't become airborne naturally. For that to happen, someone would have to scatter it into the air. Or, as Marino said, "You would have to be in some sort of wind tunnel with massive amounts of fentanyl.

    "That wouldn't exist in the real world."
    ...But reports of law enforcement officers getting sick after touching fentanyl continue across the country, most recently in Iowa, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Arizona and in Michigan, where there were two reports of accidental exposure last month.

    According to the Michigan State Police, one of its troopers became sick after getting a substance on his hands during a mid-March traffic stop in Lincoln Park.
    "We’re pretty confident it was fentanyl just by the way he reacted,'' said MSP spokesman 1st Lt. Mike Shaw.
    Geraniums stink.

  6. #116
    Don't know, but I do know from the news that cops wear full body hazmat protection when cleaning up meth labs after a bust.

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