Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Families Demand Justice Against Drug Dealers
The Vancouver Province is reporting that families of people who have died from fentanyl overdoses are upset the police are hiding information as to whether or not the drug dealer that sold the fentanyl to their child has been arrested or not. Repeated examples of solid evidence identifying the drug dealer selling the tainted drugs and still no arrests. That is indeed criminal.
Yet it goes far beyond that. December 22nd Crime City Surrey reported that they observed people buying drugs from a drug dealer as soon as they cashed their social assistance cheque then minute later passed out from a fentanyl overdose. The police know who the drug dealers selling the lethal drug but they refuse to arrest them. You can't get any more absurd than that. This is the root of the problem. It is a dereliction of duty and a breach of the Charter of Rights.
The National Post has run the article under the headline: "He killed my son. And for nothing to be done about it? Police should act on fentanyl dealer’s texts, families say."