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  • The Gangster Next Door: An Illegal Drug Industry

    As we all heard about the history of Vancouver gang and the worst shooting in the Vancouver. It was all about the drug gang in the British Columbia. Some people say that it was done by middle class boys. It was a threat that no one is safe and may be killed at any time. This video is all about ‘the Gangster Next Door’. Vancouver was an illegal drug industry. The drug is the reason behind all these crimes. The middle class young man are responsible for all this gang war. Gangster next door documentary (Part 1/5), “Police are now heavily armed against the gangs of Vancouver”. This gang was very dangerous. Police had to find these gang members because public are now afraid from such incidents. They may be anyone’s neighbour. In 2006 a shooting…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Legalizing Illegal Drugs

    Is it moral, ethical, or even practical to legalize illegal drugs? Let's begin with the practical side of this discussion. In a pure world drug would not exist, but this is not a perfect world, and so we put forth the effort to provide alternate solutions to iron out the issues. Allowing these drugs to be sold in stores is not the way to control dealing and distribution of unwarranted pharmaceuticals on the streets of America. First of all smokers are subjected to a tough time, by peers, due to…

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  • The Importance Of Prohibition On Illegal Drugs

    use of recreational drugs is one of the good things about the U.S. government and society. Many drugs are or can be dangerous to the human mind and/or body, so this restriction helps to keep the general population safe from those dangers. However, the government is considering lifting the prohibition on recreational drugs in the near future. The use of recreational drugs should not be legalized because children and teens would have easier access to them, many addicts would physically…

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  • Decriminalization Of Illegal Drugs Essay

    Introduction: The abuse of illegal drugs should be treated as a matter of public health instead of criminal justice. For years, jails have failed at providing efficient solutions for the rehabilitation of drug users. This is why it is necessary to provide better alternatives within the public health system. I believe that exploring the decriminalization of illegal substances would not only help stop the war on drugs, but also help protect society as a whole. My value: Public and individual…

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  • Illegal Drugs: The Legalization Of Marijuana

    37,000 deaths a year. One might ask, “Deaths from what?”, and almost immediately assume that some kind of illegal drug was involved. Cannabis, more commonly known as marijuana, is an illegal drug that some may say causes harm, but it is not responsible for these deaths. In fact, alcohol is the cause of that large death rate, and that number does not even include alcohol related accidents. The CDC (U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention) has never had the need to create a category for…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Illegal Drugs

    Despite its apparent economic or health benefits, users of cannabis often progress onto more hazardous and addictive drugs that in turn, manifest a potentially criminal lifestyle. A larger number of people abuse marijuana compared to cocaine and heroin and are more likely to turn to more addicting and harmful drugs. This is inferred in the gateway hypothesis that shows users are more likely to be shown to narcotics that produce a better “high” (Kilmer). Why would one stop at second base when he…

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  • Should Performance Enhancing Drugs Be Illegal For Student Athletes?

    Should performance enhancing drugs be illegal for student athletes? All the way back in 1865, “canal swimmers in Amsterdam and Holland were the first competitive athletes charged with doping” (ProQuest staff). During these time periods many of these athletes would mix cocaine and heroin to make a concoction called the speedball (ProQuest staff). These athletes would mix the substances to get the extra boost of performance for them to believe that they were at their best every competition. Many…

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  • The Abuse Of Illegal Drugs Should Be Treated As A Matter Of Public Health

    affirm: Resolved: The abuse of illegal drugs ought to be treated as a matter of public health, not of criminal justice. I define the following key terms: Treated- to act or behave toward (a person) in some specified way to consider or regard in a specified way, and deal with accordingly: 2. to consider or regard in a specified way, and deal with accordingly deal with (a disease, patient, etc.) in order to relieve or cure. ( Public health- health services to improve and…

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  • Illegal Drug Trafficking At Fedex

    FedEx FedEx is charged with illegal drug trafficking in San Francisco at night. FedEx knew for a decade that they were using pharmacies services. They took steps by setting up special credit policies for internet pharmacies to protect its business. They did this because so when the police shut down the internet pharmacies they won't be broke. According to USA Today it stated that FedEx was ignoring all of the warning from DEA- Drug Enforcement Administration also form the FDA- Food and Drug…

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  • Illegal Use Of Performance Enhancing Drugs

    Illegal Use of Performance Enhancing Drugs In Professional Sports and Competitions Even though some people believe that Performance Enhancing Drugs are beneficial to the users, PED 's have extremely bad consequences and should not be allowed in professional sports. Athletes use Performance Enhancing Drugs for short-term use whenever they compete in professional competitions. Competitors use these drugs in times of their athletic career to get an edge over other competitors. But these people…

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