Feds Are Charging Drug dealers in Client Overdose Deaths
Drug dealers are being held accountable and federally prosecuted when a client overdoses and dies. Police are actively pursuing the dealers and charging them with murder. So often, what really might be in that little baggie you just purchased, is not what you thought. In the article below, it was fentanyl that was 50-100 times stronger than the heroin he thought it was, and it killed him. Drug dealers had no reason to care what they are selling, its all money to them. Hopefully, these arrests may at least make them think twice, but even more powerful and effective, would not becoming a statistic yourself!
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A drug dealer who prosecutors said showed “total disregard for human life” was sentenced Friday to 30 years in federal prison for supplying the fentanyl that caused a Palm Beach County man’s fatal overdose.In the first federal prosecution of its kind in Palm Beach County, Christopher Sharod Massena, 25, of Lake Worth, was found criminally liable for the death of Christian “Ty” Hernandez, 23, of Wellington.
The prosecution said the most recent statistics available show that drug overdoses in Palm Beach County have increased 425 percent and the county has a higher number of overdose deaths than Broward or Miami-Dade counties. Investigators said they hope other drug dealers will pay attention to the case and the legal consequences they could face.