Gary Webb before they blew him up The calm before the storm This 1996 interview with Gary Webb took place after his “Dark Alliance” newspaper series made waves across the country for piecing together the puzzle of the US crack epidemic. The pipeline of CIA backed drug smuggling into the country and money smuggling out of the country to support the Nicaraguan Contras was wide open from the mid 1970s on, with players using everything from their shoes to freighters to move cocaine. Webb was widely smeared by the CIA’s favorite newspapers (The New York Times, the Washington Post,...Read More
Category: The bogus drug war
Meet the Sackler Family The biggest toxic drug dealers in the world Who is making money from the opioid crisis? Meet the Sackler Family. They invented Oxycontin, they lied about its nature and flim flammed doctors into prescribing it. Who is “they”? One family: The Sackler Family. The death toll so far: 200,000 people A comment from YouTube about them: “The biggest drug dealers in the world…Escobar has nothing on these crooks.” How was this kept secret all these years? They followed a model used by the Sinaloa drug cartel. Instead of fighting the government, they bought the government....Read More
A lucrative sideline for criminals Tax free too “Freeway” Rick Ross says there are informants who make as much as $5 million a year. That’s an extreme of course, but incomes of $50,000 to $200,000 a year are not unusual. And it’s all tax free. There’s another side to it. In a town near me, the Chief of Detectives was arrested for flat out stealing money from the informant budget. No one was auditing him. He claimed to paying informants and just pocketed the money. He got three well deserved years in prison for that. Here’s some research that...Read More
Conceived as a fraud “Did we know we were lying?” There’s been a “war on drugs” for at least 100 years, but it went into warp overdrive under Richard Nixon. Why? Now, at last we know. It was a political game to excuse attacks on the the black community and the anti-war movement. John Ehrlichman, White House Counsel in 1969. Here’s the bottom line: “Did we know we were lying about the drugs?” “Of course we did.” Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...Read More
The war on drugs is a disaster CopsSayLealizeDrugs.com Judges and cops on the payroll won’t tell the truth. But retired ones do. The war on drugs is a disaster. Drugs abuse is an unfortunate thing – but it’s a medical and mental health issue. The War on Drugs is authorization for a bunch of otherwise unemployable sadistic thugs in uniform to abuse people and costs the US billions of dollars and damages hundreds of thousands of lives every year. Who benefits? Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...Read More
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