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The Mixture Drugs Rose Up to Second as More & More Students Get Addicted

The new “breeds” of drugs, even more addictive!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Zhongzhen University hosted its Prevention of Adolescent Drug Abuse seminar yesterday, the district attorney from Kaohsiung D.A.’s Office, Gu pointed out, that the mix-type of drugs in the coffee pouches was ranked third on the student addictions in 2017, two years ago and last, these rose up to second, right after ketamine, strongly recommended the schools and the police start collaborating together, to rid the drugs off of the campuses.

Gu stated, that the police confiscated over 100,000 drug coffee pouches, the highest since 2012, and that there were the level three, level four new age drugs mixed into the mixtures, based off of the estimates of the coroners’ office, there was a hike in drug-related deaths last year during fourth quarter, as many as forty-two cases, and in just first quarter this year, there’d been forty-two cases, and the number grew to fifty-six by second quarter, and in just July and August, there were, twenty-eight cases.

She’d pointed out, that the drug drip-coffee packs often had the second level controlled substances PMMA, third level controlled substances mephedrone, Erimin, taking one pack doesn’t do a thing, but if the user took multiple packs, and combined with ketamine, the users are more than likely to overdose and die, from January of last to September of this year, there are already 120 who’d died of overdose, of them, sixty-three were from twenty to twenty-nine years of age.

She said, that the age group of using level three to four controlled substances are mostly those between eighteen and twenty-four, thirty-five percent; and, there’s, a lowered age of first-time users, there were 1,878 persons who’d started abusing the drugs for the first time in the ages between eighteen and twenty-four.

Because the schools feared being labeled, it’s hard to crack down on the drugs infiltrating the campuses, Gu suggested, that the school should file the reports with the school safety committee, then, the committee then send the reports anonymously to the police departments locally.

And so, because you don’t want the reputations of your schools ruined, you are more than likely to under report the citing, and this is not good, because if you don’t report the right numbers, the numbers are just going to, increase by the day, because the law enforcement agencies can’t step in on time!

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A One-Year-Old Infant Accidentally Ingested Heroin, the Mother Charged, Sentenced to Five Months

NEGLIGENCE HOMICIDE is what THIS was!  Because this young child had been in contact with the illegal substances way before this man moved in to the residence, that’s why he got away, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The dealer, Cho, a little over three years ago, was found to have illegal substances inside his home when he was serving time, his wife, Wang provided the drugs to a friend, Hsiao, and had him look after her own young daughter, but, the child of only a little over a year old ingested some heroin, died in a horrid manner, the courts found from the forensic reports, that since the child was only six months old, she’d been in contact with the illegal substances, and charged the mother with manslaughter, sentenced her to five months, and she could pay the money to skip her prison time, Hsiao had the charges dropped, this can still be appealed.

In the midnight hours of July 9th, 2017, a one-year-five-months-old young girl in Taichung was found to be in a comatose, rushed to the hospital, the paramedics found that her coma was caused by her mistakenly ingesting heroin and other substances, and because she was poisoned too much, they’d treated her until the 28th of the same month, when she died.

The district attorneys found, that the father of the child was arrested on June 2nd on drug charges, left his stash of heroin, amphetamine, and other controlled substances that weren’t discovered by the police raids, that the young daughter mistakenly ingested the substances, and died, because the father of the child had already been taken into custody, he wasn’t charged for her death, but he was sentenced to ten years for trafficking and selling drugs, is currently serving in prison.

After the child’s father was taken into police custody, his wife, Wang (age 37), in order for her husband to make bail, she’d given the heroin left by her husband at home to a man, the thirty-eight year-old Hsiao to abuse, hoping that he can testify, that her husband had nothing to do with the substances, so he could make bail.

In order to get the substances and not pay for them, Hsiao agreed to head over to Wang’s residence, and helped her look after her young children.  At the midnight hour of July 9th, after Hsiao injected himself with heroin, he’d placed the needle where the young girl can reach, and Wang also left a bag of drugs in the room, causing the child to mistakenly ingest the drugs, as Hsiao found, he’d waken Wang up and rushed the young child to the E.R., but in the end, the child still, died.  The district attorneys charged Wang and Hsiao with manslaughter.

The judge weighed, that Wang knew there were the illegal substances at home, and that the young child is in her oral stage, and puts everything into her mouth, as the victim’s mother, she should be making sure that the drugs are out of reach from her young, but allowed the child to grab the drugs, and, stuffed it into her mouth, causing her daughter to die of overdose, and it’d confirmed that the death was, manslaughter.

The Collectivist Courts used the forensic sample from the child’s hair, which showed that she’d been ingesting heroin, amphetamine, and other controlled substances within six months, and found, that way before Hsiao started moving in to the residence, she’d been ingesting the substances, found Hsiao not guilty of negligence.

But, who should be held responsible for this young kid’s death?  The mother, for sure, and this man too, because the child had accidentally ingested the heroin under his care, and yet, only the mother was charged.

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The Police Went Through the Obstacles & Caught the Ginger Farmer, Confiscated Six Hundred Million Dollars N.T.’s Worth of Marijuana

Apparently, the DRUG TRADES, paid, WAY better than planting those, normal, agricultural produces here!  Getting CAUGHT, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The ginger farmer, Liu in his own farm, in Lugu, Nantou, planted the marijuana, sold the plants off to a southern dealer, to make a killing, as the police in Taichung busted a drug deal last month involving marijuana, they’d followed the leads, went through the obstacles, and arrested the planters, Liu realized he wasn’t going to escape the law, he’d turned himself in, and, the police confiscated a total of 1,361 live marijuana plants, it’s the largest amount of marijuana in the drug busts in the history, and the drugs are estimated to get sold at over six hundred million dollars N.T.  The police pointed out, that they’d confiscated a total of 1,361 marijuana plants, and, based off of the estimates of each plant’s producing 300 grams worth of manufactured marijuana, the prices that Liu sold to the downstream wholesalers was $800N.T./gram, and it’s estimated that he’d illegally gained $330 million N.T.s, the Chiaotou D.A.’s office awhile ago asked the courts to have Liu into police custody, which the courts allowed.

The police found, that Liu in his thirties, was a local farmer in Lugu, he’d originally planted ginger, and other agricultural produces, many years ago he got involved in the scams, and worked at an external machinery room, was arrested, in prison for two years, as he was released, he’d realized that farming doesn’t earn him enough, and decided, to use an alternative method to plant the marijuana to make the money.

The Taichung Detective Squad in July of this year busted a dealing case, and as the officers compared notes, they’d found, that the level two dealers are stationed in Kaohsiung, and the Taichung police worked hand-in-hand with the Zuoying Substation, and called in the Chiao-Tou D.A.’s office for assistance.

After months of ambushing, collecting the evidence, the police passed through the five levels of obstacles, and the dealers told of the sources where they got the marijuana, and they’d found, that the highest on the chain of command was the ginger farmer, Da Liu, of Nantou.

The police at the start of the month went to Da Liu’s residence in Nantou to search, they’d found, that the roof, the steel shack, as well as his farms, were planted with marijuana, the police and D.A., in the midst of how shocked they all were, confiscated 787 live marijuana plants, and the equipment he used to plant the marijuana, while Liu was already, at large, after he learned of the police, trying to catch him.

And so, because planting ginger couldn’t get you enough money, because, let’s face it, these plants used for cooking, aren’t as, profitable, and so, you’d, turned to planting the marijuana plants, that’s, a much more, lucrative “business”, isn’t it?  And you got BUSTED!

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Selling the Raw Ingredients Used to Make MDMA, the Man Was Found, “Not Guilty”

Yeah, uh, how the #$%^ is this not guilty?  Oh yeah, because unless all the substances are, mixed together in a chemical lab, it wouldn’t, considered, harmful, or addictive, is that it???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Su bought the chemicals GHB, extracted the GBL (gamma-Butyrolactone) from it, mixed it with water, and sold the bottles, was charged with distributing illegal substances; the judge believed, that even though, the butyrolactone is used to make a level two controlled substance, but it’s not listed as a controlled substance, that it can’t prove, that Su was guilty of selling and distributing drugs.  In the verdict, it’d stated that the gamma-Butyrolactone wasn’t listed as a controlled substance, that the citizens can easily get their hands on, hoped that the FDA can place a restriction on the substance.

Last year on March 5th, Su used the communication app claimed that he had some substances for sale, the police acted as buyers, and used $1,800N.T. to order three bottles, and as they went to get the substance, Su was busted and arrested, and as the liquid was tested, it was confirmed that it had the substance, GHB in it, the D.A. charged Su on attempts to deal a level two substance.

Su denied having trafficked, claimed that he’d used a total of $3,000N.T. to buy two 500mL bottles of GBL, then split the volume up, and sold off the bottles to help get the party going; the defense attorney stated that the “liquid” confiscated by the police only had trace amounts of GHB, that GHB is highly unstable, and can change with the temperature, as well as the acidity, that there’s no proof that Su was selling the bottles with the GHB in it, and that Su did not intentionally sell the controlled substance either.

The Taoyuan District Court discovered, that the liquid that Su was selling had less than one-percent of GHB in it, and, although the courts didn’t believe that Su stated he wasn’t selling drugs, but based off of the data, the literature of the investigative bureau, the GBL soaked in liquid, will become GHB, with the changes in the acidity or basic level of the solution it was in, Su claimed he’d bought the solute on February first of last year, was arrested on March 5th, and the reports of the ingredients of the liquid he’d sold came out on March 23rd, there was the uncertainty of how GBL was turned into GHB due to environmental factors, that it was difficult, to confirm that the liquid Su was selling had GHB or not, he was released, on a not-guilty verdict.

This loser got off on a technicality, because this chemical is quite unstable, and can change with the varied temperature, that’s why the courts couldn’t confirm that he’d sold the raw ingredients to make the illegal substance for sell or not.  And this can be, a really BAD precedence, because now, every one who’d tried to sell off this particular drug can use the excuse that set this person free from here on out!

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Sold One Gram of Heroin, Sentenced to Fifteen-and-a-Half Years

A CRACKDOWN on drugs, the government is now, punishing the dealers, the users, more severely, than E-V-E-R before!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A man, Hsu bought heroin from a man nicknamed, “Health Man” last year, then, he’d used the cost of $3,000N.T. per gram and sold it to another man, Huang, Huang thought that the heroin wasn’t high in quality, demanded a refund, Hsu offered him the brand new drugs, and the police was able to catch him, he’d denied having sold drugs, claimed that he and Huang had rounded up their money and bought from a man, “Health Man”, the judge didn’t believe him, sentenced him to fifteen years six months, and took the illegally gained money of $3,000N.T.s.  This can still be appealed.

The verdict stated, the Hsu (age 52) received Huang’s call last year, wanted to buy the A class drug, heroin, Hus first contacted the man nicknamed Ken, to get the deals going, last year at noon on June 15th, he’d taken the $3,000N.T. from Huang, and rode in Huang’s car to the east side of Taichung to meet up with “Ken”.

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The two, upon arriving, Hsu went alone upstairs to meet “Ken”, bought a bag of heroin, then, took Huang’s car back to his rental stay on the west side of Taichung, he’d entered alone into his own residence, split up the heroin he bought into two separate bags, handed one bag to Huang.

And so, this, is the government’s, CRACKING down on the drug deals, and, hopefully, this will, deter all the dealers, from selling, because if the rest of the drug-dealing community saw how sever this man’s sentence for dealing just ONE gram of heroin is, maybe, it’s enough, to STOP them from selling too, hopefully.

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Found Not Guilty for Selling Illegal Substances, Because the Officers Didn’t Use the Right Measures to Make an Arrest

This is why it’s, important, for the law enforcement officers to do everything BY the B-O-O-K!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Two Years Ago, the Hsinbei Police Arrested a Woman, Chen for Using Heroin, Chen Claimed She’d Bought the Drugs from a Man, Cheng, and, Complied with the Police, Called up the Dealer to Get Him Out, Helping the Police to Arrest Him; in the Trials, Chen Testified, that the Station Manager Had Forced Her to Make the Calls to the Dealer, that the Police Had Coached Her on What to Say to Him, the Judge Believed that the Police were Framing & Abetting, that They’d Gotten the Evidence in a Flawed Manner, Found Cheng Not Guilty.  This Can be Appealed.

The verdict pointed out, two years ago at eleven in the morn on June 12, he’d met up with Chen at the restroom of a hospital, later, Chen was abusing drugs, and was found by her husband, he’d reported her, she’d claimed that the drugs she was abusing was sold to her by Cheng; at around one in the afternoon on that same day, Cheng received a call from Chen, he’d gone to sell her more illegal substances, and was arrested, and the police found 35 grams of heroin on him.

Cheng admitted to possession, but denied that he had intent to sell, that the illegal substances were for his own usage.  He said that Chen had borrowed $10,000N.T. to buy a scooter from him, that morning she’d paid him back $3,000N.T., that in the afternoon, she’d told him she had another $5,000N.T. for him that’s why he’d gone to meet up.

The Collectivist Courts investigated, that Chen wasn’t accurate on the details of the drug deal, in the interrogations she’d claimed that she’d paid $2,000N.T., and paid $1,000N.T. for what she’d owed, in the trials, she’d changed it to $3,000N.T. for paying back the debts, then, she’d, switched back to what she’d claimed in the interrogations; and the Highest Courts already had their understanding, that the supplies of the drugs by the drug addicts should NOT be the sole source of evidence, there’s NO other evidence that proved that the source of the drugs that Chen was abusing was from Cheng.

And, Chen claimed, that both her husband and the manager of the substation had forced her to call Cheng up, she’d told them, that unless she’d promised to pay him back, otherwise, he was, not going to show, and the station manager had, handed her the money, told her to carry it with her.

The Collectivist Courts asked Chen again, “The police asking you to call your dealer, to have him come out to sell you the drugs, did you provide that information, or, did the police want you to say it that way.”  Chen testified, “The police had, coached me on what to say……perhaps, they’d needed to crack another case in illegal substances, told me to tell the man that I am to pay him back, to pick up the stuff.”

In the end, the judge believed, that what made Cheng sold the drugs, was because how Chen went along with the police, to lure him out, that it fitted to “Framing and Abetting”, that the methods to which the evidence was obtained was, flawed, and Cheng was found not guilty.

And this just showed, of how the right things done the wrong way is still, WRONG, and these officers were too eager to arrest this man, that they’d, coerced the woman who abused the drugs to comply, and, the judge found the flaws in their methods of approach, of how the evidences were, collected, so he’d found the vendor not guilty, and now, he’s going to, continue, dealing drugs to more, and had the officers done this by the book, then, the dealer would be in PRISON!!!  But they hadn’t, and, there goes, another big fish caught, release, back into the oceans here!

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He’d Shown an Immense Talent in Playing the Traditional Chinese Instrument in Prison, Learned, that His Own Father is a Professional Musician Too

Helping these inmates, find a motivation to get better at something, so they won’t return to their old ways after being released, from the Newspapers, translated…

Yesterday, the Cultural Department of Hualien went into the Hualien Penitentiary to host a certification program of the street performers for the inmates, “Yang” an inmate received good comments for his piano skills. He’d started getting into music after he’d started serving time, and fell in love with piano, and after he’d started taking the lessons, he’d, learned that his own father had earned the championship trophy for piano skills, and, as his father named him, he’d used what made him glorious, the piano, as a character in his name, and he’d hoped, that after his release, he can use the piano, to start off on a new page in his own life.

“Yang” is thirty-five years old, at age 25, he’d made the wrong moves, had planned out a kidnapping ransom, was sentenced to twenty-four years; five years ago, he was, transferred to the penitentiary in Hualien, and went into the Chinese instrument playing program, and because the Yangqin wasn’t played by anybody, he’d started picking it up, and, loved the sound.

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Later he’d learned from his family, that his own father who’d passed, was a professional yangqin player too, and had earned the championship trophy in Guangzhou.

“As I’d played, I’d often thought about my father.”, Yang, who’d gotten his name from the instrument told, that as his father named him, he’d already, passed this glory to him, “I can’t let my father down”.

Yang still has two more years until he’s up for parole, he hoped to pass the certification for the street performers, and, after his release, hoped to play as a single or in a group, and go to the nursing homes to perform for the residents, to give back to the community.

Another thirty-six-year-old, “Lei”, got involved in drugs when he was younger, and, he was convicted for robbery, sentenced to fifteen years, and, learned to sketch in prison, he’d picked up the art skills, and had already, kicked his drug habits now, he will be up for parole this year. He said, that taking up art had helped his parents accept him more, and, his work hung all over his home. He’d signed up for the certifications program, hoping that after his release, he gets to go home to open up an arts workshop.

So, these are, two examples of men, who’d, worked hard, to overcome their pasts, and, they’d, found viable skills, and they now have goals that they’d hoped to achieve, and, hopefully, this will keep on driving them, after their release from prison.

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The Age of Drug Abuse is Dropping, Now, the Kids in Elementary Schools are Getting Addicted

Drugs are still, infiltrating the campuses, and this time, it’s in the ELEMENTARY schools here, from the Newspapers, translated…

Drug abuse is getting younger and younger.  The members of the Cultural Committee of the Legislative Department yesterday held a conference, to find a solution, with the Department of Education, the Department of Justice, as well as the Sanitary Department AND the Police, to report on the preventions of drugs, the second-in-command of the justice department, Chen pointed out, that the problems with drug abuse is really getting serious, in the juvenile detention halls, most are there, for drugs, and, in the recent five years, the rate is still hiking up, last year, it’d reached 46.3 percent.  The assistant director of the police forces also reported on how they had been able to find over forty-one thousand youths who dealt drugs nationwide.

The legislator, Chen pointed out, that the second-level drug users who were youths had peaked by almost forty-six percent; and the total number of adolescent abusers went from 3,036 to 3,928, an increase of almost thirty-percent.

Because the usages of ketamine, along with other Level three drugs are punished by the administrative ways, and, the abusers were only sent to seminars, and made to pay a fine, and that’s it, and, recent years, there had been a HIKE in the number of young users, in the decade’s time, it’d increased from just thirty-six to six hundred twenty-one, at a rate of 16.25 times; and, the youths had gone from just eighty-four individuals to one thousand one hundred ninety-four, over thirteen times.

The man in charge of the Department of Education, Wu stated, that the schools’ rate of reporting on drug abuse of the students went from 1,559 to 2,432 in two years, but, after 2012, the number dropped, and, in 2014, the number was reduced to just 1,700.  He’d stated, that in 2010, the school had set up a detection program, which made the student users easily found out, and, the people who were reported was on a steady decline too; but, when he’d later answered the press, he’d told, that the ages of cases of reported abuses are on the decline, there were, about ten children in the elementary years who were found, abusing drugs.

Wu also pointed out, that in the student drug abuses, mostly were ketamine users, most incidences happened outside of school, about ninety-two percent, and, the providers of these illegal substances are from outside the school, ninety-eight percent of the times, and, it is, very important now, that they catch, the providers first.

Because of how easily children can get their hands on these stuff, that, is how drug abuse is spreading, very quickly, in the lower years of school, and, the only way to put an end to this, is by raising awareness, of the effects of drug abuse, and, WATCH your young closely.

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Let’s Go to Hell to Save Somebody!

Translated…

“Hey, bud, let’s go to hell to save somebody!”, my close buddy, Rock stayed in prison for a total of eight years, after his released, he was, a changed man.

“Who needs saving?”

“Those younger generation of kids who are slowly, being pushed toward hell!”

I knew what Rock was talking about now.  It’s been two months since his release, the group of us, close buddies from high school gathered several times already.  In our meetings, Rock kept talking about what he bore witness to in jail: “Four years ago, at the factory of the prison systems, there were no more than a-third of the convicted who were there because of drugs, and a year ago, the population had increased to a half.  The prison systems in Taiwan are now, packed with drug addicts, don’t you know, how serious, the infiltration of illegal substances had become?”

I knew, because I was once, a family member of a “gang leader”, who’d talked to me about drugs, “I promise, I will never touch the drugs, but, those who work beneath me, the men and women, they rarely touched drugs.  The gangsters are not like they used to be today, the head is the one with the money, and, the easiest and quickest way to get money is by dealing drugs.  In order to up the sales, naturally, they’d find the down streams, and where would they find it?  In the schools, of course, the gangs would absorb kids above the middle school levels, got them hooked, and, wait4ed until they ran out of their allowances, they were forced, to sell drugs to their fellow classmates, and quickly enough, a school had been infiltrated.”

“The prison in the south, the over a hundred inmates who contracted A.I.D.S. all got it by the water route (needle injections), the contractions were from sharing unsterilized needles.  Once someone got involved in drugs, there’s NO turning back again.” A close friend who is a police officer once said, “nine out of ten drug users will return to the cage, and the other one will die outside of it.”

After his release, “Rock” found the reverend who helped him out the most in the rebirth group in jail, Pastor Ming-Cheng Huang, to help the younger released inmates, to understand, that drugs are cancers that will harm the next generations.  “The judge expected that ‘I could do something good for the country and the society after I’m let out.’”

In these couple of years, it wasn’t that the government couldn’t see the problems, also not because they didn’t want to do something to help out, “The Purple Metal Flower” had been implanted for many years now, and the schools are conducting urine exams, having anti-drug marathons, the posters, the dances, the ball games, but, the population of those using just won’t go down, it kept rising.  A middle school graduate once told me, “our entire school had fallen.”, and the students all knew who are using, only the instructors remained oblivious.  After those boys who used in the middle school level gone onto high school they’re easily absorbed by the gangs, and the ladies are more than likely to end up working in the sex industry, or, get controlled by the illegal substances, causing them never to be able to break free.

The scholar, Chiao-Wei Dan once stated, that the reason why moral education failed is because those who promoted it were never bad.  But the released inmates in Rock’s group, because they’d been there, they understood the process of how students are getting addicted, and could make their claim more valid, and they were able to, pull those younger kids who are addicted back, from the gates of hell that they’d marched into.

And so, although the runs, the posters, the dances, and the ball games couldn’t stop the next generations from getting addicted, maybe, we could allow those released inmates whose lives were nearly ruined by drugs get into the school campuses, to tell their stories, so the younger generations would understand the prices of going to hell.

Rock kept recalling the words of the judge who sat over his case, “It’s hard for a nation to raise a good person, but it’s very easy, for it to destroy a man.”, the estimation done by the Department of Sanitations found that there are over two hundred thousand people who’d used drugs, and, the youths took up the majority of those, and so, how can we not worry?

Dealing with drugs, gangs, to the declining of morale of the entire nation, our country is like an army, losing a war, and we couldn’t use those bad ways to fight continually, it’s time, that the schools work jointly with those released inmates, those like Rock, who’d hit rock bottom, are actually the most convincing, strongest, most adept, to reach to the younger generations out there.

So, let’s change our tactics, and go into hell, to save somebody!

So, because this person has a firsthand experience of how drug had ruined his life, so, he could better reach out to the younger generations who are slowly getting drawn into the habits, and, the prisoners are a good choice, to work alongside the schools, to educate the children, about the adverse effects of drugs, because those inmates had had firsthand experiences of how drugs had impacted their own lives.

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The Three Landowners Were Addicted to Illegal Substances, Ended Up, Squandering Over Millions Dollars’ of Their Inheritances

Because the richness does NOT surpass three generations, as the Chinese proverbs stated???  From the Newspapers, translated…

Three men who’s middle-aged, they were once, landowners worth up to over millions of dollars in the past, but, they’d all gotten addicted to illegal substances, and, ended up, squandering away their families’ inheritances, some were diagnosed with cancer at old age, some were elderly and still took their canes, as they dealt the illegal substances, the Yonghe Police Subprecinct arrested the three suspects, and learned that they were from good families, and, the police felt the chills.

The police investigated, that the team of three drug dealers, led by Cheng has the average age of sixty, back when they were younger, they’d spent listlessly, not taking up a job, and gotten addicted to drugs, in the two, three decades’ time, they’d managed to squander away all of their family inheritances, and were, living hard, and of the three, Lin had also been diagnosed with cancer, needed chemotherapy, and the other two men, because of how weak they’d gotten from the drug abuse, became immobilized, but, in order to sell the drugs, they’d still gone out, with the canes.

The police had been keeping an eye on this team of three, two days ago, they’d arrested Cheng, Lin, and Yo, and found small amounts of heroin, and amphetamine on them, and confiscated the gun off of Lin too, they’d admitted, that because they are not as able-bodied as they once were, in order to split up the risks, that, was why they’d gone to deliver the drugs together, as for the gun, they said, it was, for their own protection.

“Do I still have a chance to see my uncle?”, Lin’s niece went to the police station to visit, she’d pointed out, that her uncle didn’t get married, and had taken good care of those around him, and warned the younger generations, to NOT touch drugs, her uncle was an old-time friend of Cheng’s, perhaps, it was because of how painful his chemo got, that, was why he was willing, to break the laws.  After interrogations, the police booked the men based off of possessions of illegal substances and arms.

This, is how you can go from riches to RAGS, by getting involved in drugs, and, because you are feeding to your habits, and, your habits became this HUGE abyss, that draws you in, and, once you fell into that abyss, you won’t make it back out unscathed, and to think, that all these men, are from good families too!

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