High priced illegal drugs lead inexorably to corruption in law enforcement. Look at Mexico. Whiteville will have bodies hanging from the 74-76 overpass, just like Nuevo Laredo, if things keep on like they are going. From Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP)
"Ask yourself this simple question: Has it(the war on drugs) worked? As most of us can answer from experience: No. The war on drugs has never worked. Today, drugs are cheaper, more potent, and easier to get than they were in 1970 when the war on drugs began. On federal surveys, teenagers consistently report that it’s easier to buy marijuana than alcohol, which is legal and age-regulated. And beyond its failure, the war on drugs has had unintended but devastatingly violent consequences. As with alcohol prohibition, drugs are under the control of bloodthirsty cartels fighting over untaxed profits and killing police and innocent civilians in their crossfire.
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