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Response to Mike 03 (Reply #10)

Fri Jun 4, 2021, 01:05 PM

14. It's scary how easy it is to dispense

Criminals use it and tRump pardoned a lot of sleazy characters.
Not just the high level questionable ones: https://www.nytimes.com/article/who-did-trump-pardon.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_granted_executive_clemency_by_Donald_Trump

Arsonists, murders, racketeers, people who committed mail fraud, bank robbers, drug dealers....


WHY pardon people like that? Unless you needed their creepy skills?


https://www.thecabinchiangmai.com/blog/colombian-devil-breath-world-scariest-drug-kills-your-free-will/



A woman who works at the local dance clubs admitted to VICE that she uses the drug to get money from her customers at the club. Instead of having to wait for an opportunity to put the drug in the man’s drink, she blocks her own nasal passage with tissue, and places the drug on her upper lip. She moves in towards the man as though she is going to kiss him, but instead he simply inhales the drug. In a few minutes, when the drug has taken affect, she can simply ask him to empty his bank accounts, write down the passcodes to his credit cards, and even move the entire contents out of his apartment and into a moving truck if she so chose.

In 2012, there were nearly 1,200 scopolamine cases reported at the local hospitals, a mix of male and female patients, who typically arrive in a state of confusion without any personal belongings – complete memory blanks in place of the previous night or day’s actions.


Documentary about the drug

https://topdocumentaryfilms.com/worlds-scariest-drug/

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