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    Vietnam, Afghanistan Invaded To Supply Drug Trade

    K.I. Sawyer, Michigan — The link between drugs like heroin and terrorism has been long known and well established among most conspiracy theorist circles. And investigators have uncovered connections suggesting America invaded Vietnam and Afghanistan for the sole purpose of supplying an...
  2. Denise

    Supreme Court rules Drug Companies exempt from Lawsuits

    Of course they are, now they can beginning testing directly on us. Read more: http://www.whiteoutpress.com/article...from-lawsuits/
  3. Denise

    Doctor tells the truth about Cholesterol - Is cholesterol bad?

    Get off LIPITOR! Excerpts: More: http://thepeopleschemist.com/does-th...r-and-aspirin/
  4. 100th Monkey

    FDA Sued for Withholding Data on Antibiotic Use in Food Animals

    Even more evidence the Food and drug administration(FDA) is really just a corporate tool. This matter is equally as significant as fluoride, 'Monsanto', etc. The excessive use of antibiotics in animal feed in America which is increasing disease in humans. The petition...

    Man suspected in tourist deaths arrested in Mexico

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — An alleged drug trafficker suspected of helping abduct and kill 20 Mexican tourists has been arrested in the resort city of Acapulco, federal police said Tuesday. Moises Montero Alvarez, nicknamed "The Korean," was captured Monday along with a 21-year-old and two teenagers...

    27 killed in Guatemala massacre near Mexico border

    At least 27 people were killed this weekend in a Guatemalan village near the border with Mexico in one of the worst mass killings in a generation, local police said. The bloody incident started when 200 raiders attacked the small town of Caserio La Bomba about 275 miles north of the capital...

    Medicare to pay for $93,000 prostate cancer drug

    Medicare officials said Wednesday that the program will pay the $93,000 cost of prostate cancer drug Provenge, an innovative therapy that typically gives men suffering from an incurable stage of the disease an extra four months to live. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid said the biotech...

    Suspected Mexican cartel operative dies

    VERACRUZ, Mexico – A suspected top operative of the brutal Zetas drug cartel died Wednesday during a confrontation with Mexican security forces in a city in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz It was one of several developments throughout Mexico linked to the grinding battle between drug...

    Mutilated bodies found near Mexico's richest city

    MONTERREY, Mexico – Police found five mutilated bodies outside the wealthy city of Monterrey on Tuesday, part of a series of attacks that killed 23 people and dragged the region deeper into Mexico's drug war. Gunmen dumped the five dead men, their arms and legs chopped off, on a street in the...
  10. Truth Vibrations

    Manitoban charged in alleged Sask. drug ring

    An alleged prescription drug trafficking ring in Saskatchewan has spread to Manitoba. Mounties have issued a warrant for a Manitoba man — 78-year-old Henry Ironstand of Valley River First Nation. Two other warrants have been issued for Dean Elder, 50, of Yorkton, Sask., and Brent Woloschuk...
  11. CASPER

    8 slain in drug shootout near Mexico City

    TOLUCA, Mexico – Police say eight people have died in a shootout among drug dealers in a poor suburb of Mexico City. Mexico State Attorney General Alfredo Castillo says drug dealers who once worked together are fighting over control of the La Esperanza neighborhood in the city of...
  12. Unhypnotized

    Facebook generation suffer information withdrawal syndrome

    Turning off mobile phones, avoiding the internet and tuning out of the television and radio can leave people suffering from symptoms similar to those seen in drug addicts trying to go cold turkey, researchers have found http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technolog...-syndrome.html
  13. CASPER

    Biogen reports four more Tysabri cases, one death

    Four more patients taking Biogen Idec's multiple sclerosis drug Tysabri have developed the serious brain infection known as PML and one of them died, according to the biotechnology company's monthly update. The four new confirmed cases of potentially fatal progressive multifocal...
  14. Unhypnotized

    How the US Drug Enforcement Agency became a global intelligence operation

    Today Online Monday, December 27, 2010 WASHINGTON – The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been transformed into a global intelligence organisation with a reach that extends far beyond narcotics, and an eavesdropping operation so expansive it has to fend off foreign...
  15. CASPER

    Drug shootout mars religious festival in Mexico

    GUADALAJARA Mexico – Suspected drug cartel gunmen attacked each other during annual religious celebrations in a small Mexican town, killing 11 people and wounding 22 others, local authorities said on Saturday. The rival gangs shot machine guns into the packed central square of Tecalitlan late...
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    Mexico arrests mayors, police chiefs in drug war

    Mexico arrests mayors, police chiefs in drug war May 26th, 2009 in Breaking News Mexico arrests mayors, police chiefs in drug war | International | Reuters. MORELIA, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexican troops rounded up 10 mayors and a string of police chiefs on Tuesday suspected of links to drug gangs...
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    MEXICO: Washington Post uses the martial word

    April 1st, 2009 in Breaking News, Martial Law FREE PRESS INTERNATIONAL Home About FPI Global Emergency! Targeted Populations MEXICO: Washington Post uses the martial word As Mexico Battles Cartels, The Army Becomes the Law - washingtonpost.com. U.S. and Mexican officials describe the drug...
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    Health-Nigeria: Govt Struggling to Guarantee Safety of Medicines

    Health-Nigeria: Govt Struggling to Guarantee Safety of Medicines by Toye Samuel (lagos)Monday, March 09, 2009 Inter Press Service In 2008, as many as a thousand children were hospitalised with diarrhoea and vomiting after taking 'My Pikin' teething syrup. At least 84 children are known to have...
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    Nearing Riot Level at US - Mexican Border

    Nearing Riot Level at US - Mexican Border: There has been an increase of activity lately on the Mexican US borders that is showing the major political unrest in Mexico over the drug policies of the USA this protest was supposedly staged by the Mexican drug cartels But my belief is that just the...