Kentucky Police Chiefs Talking About Heroin

Police chiefs from all over the state are in Lexington for a convention. They will talk about the recent rise of heroin.

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dag800 - 7/31/2013 8:21 AM
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They need help. Treatment, Not Jail, For Low Level Drug Crimes Prison isn't the answer.

dag800 - 7/31/2013 8:19 AM
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Al Capone. ... also took full advantage of the criminal opportunities available during Prohibition. Prohibition is an absolute plague The use of drugs is NOT the real problem, the system that grants exclusive distribution rights to violent cartels, terrorists, and corrupt politicians most definitely is the problem. Legalize it, regulate it, make it safer, and tax it. Do a search for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition LEAP
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