Why are Police Lying About Fentanyl?

This ebook documents some of the criminal activity at the Harris County Sheriff's Office and the lies that were issued by Sheriff Ed Gonzalez on 26 June 2018. Among them, the Sheriff claimed that merely touching fentanyl can cause you to overdose. Many Medical Doctors and Pharmacists have stated, this is nonsense and impossible. The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has been claiming for years, that opioids, such as Fentanyl, can cause an overdose by simply touching them. Now, the real questions is – why are the DEA, Police, and Sheriff's Office repeating an obvious lie, when anyone can easily research it on the internet, and determine it false? A recent incident in Houston, Texas, had the Harris County Sheriff's Office claiming that one of their deputy's had absorbed Fentanyl by merely touching a contaminated flyer. This statement was repeated many times by the Sheriff, his legal counsel, other Deputies, the Houston Police Department, and the Precinct Constables. There were Haz-Mat teams and a huge show put on for the television cameras. The story is carried by hundreds of television stations and the mainstream media. Days later, the story is quietly retracted. Why would the Sheriff's office lie about something, where it is so easy to check the facts? The Harris County Institute for Forensic Science (crime lab) told them there was no evidence that Fentanyl was on the flyer. And the same forensics lab has repeatedly told them that you cannot absorb Fentanyl by simply touching it. Why the obvious lie? What is being planned? What do Medical Doctors think? “Overdosed by touching fentanyl is nonsense.” – Dr Jeremy Faust, MD at Harvard Medical School “Fentanyl, applied dry to the skin, will not be absorbed. There is a reason that the fentanyl patches took years to develop,” [because they are difficult to absorb thru the skin]. -- Dr Ed Boyer, M.D., Ph.D., Medical toxicologist at Harvard Medical School “The American College of Medical Toxicology has drafted a position statement about the possible routes of fentanyl exposure, debunking the likelihood that transdermal fentanyl absorption is clinically significant.” – Dr Jeanmarie Perrone, M.D., director of the division of medical toxicology in the department of emergency medicine at the University of Pennsylvania "Fentanyl cannot cause clinically significant effects, let alone near-death experiences, from mere skin exposure." – Dr David Juurlink, M.D., toxicologist at the University of Toronto, who has published dozens of articles on the dangers of opioids, about what conclusions he would draw from the circumstances of Green’s case. Juurlink also said that it would be “Hard to imagine someone would need multiple doses of naloxone after transient skin contact with powdered fentanyl,” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=juurlink+and+opioid Even stronger statements have been published by knowledgeable pharmacists; "Instant overdose from this powder? Not even remotely possible. My hand has been covered in liquid Fentanyl...no symptoms." – Lucas Hill, Doctorate of Pharmacy "There is NO WAY a significant amount of fentanyl is going to be absorbed thru the skin with casual contact." J. Nile Barnes, Doctorate of Pharmacy “The CIA and FBI are behind most, if not all terrorism.” - Ted Gunderson, former FBI Chief. “We'll know our disinformation campaign is complete, when everything the American public believes is false.” - William J. Casey, former CIA Director “There is no question in my mind that people affiliated with, or on the payroll of the CIA, were involved in drug trafficking.” U.S. Senator John Kerry RLighthouse.com

  • ISBN: 9780463655351
  • Author: Richard Lighthouse
  • Published: 2018-09-04 11:50:07
  • Words: 4760
Why are Police Lying About Fentanyl? Why are Police Lying About Fentanyl?