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You are right, knoxmom, it's ridiculous to spend (insert arbitrary figure here) dollars investigating (insert prejudicial adjective here) deaths. It's not the role of county law enforcement to regulate the sale of potent chemicals manufactured by huge multinational corporations distributed under tight control of doctors and pharmacists. If none of the people who manufacture, prescribe or sell these pills can figure out how they were being used as currency in a prostitution ring, how can we expect a county sheriff to figure it out?
We shouldn't be demanding justice for the victims of addiction and black-market sales so much as marveling at the awesomeness of the pharmaceutical industry spending more money on lobbying and political campaigns than any other industry.
It's best not to think about a system that pushes kids into the seedy fringes of society when we can cower together in a group hug instead. Nothing to see here, folks.
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