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MessagePosté le: Sam 18 Mar - 02:27 (2017)    Sujet du message: COAST GUARD CUTTER SPENCER RETURNS HOME; SEIZED $92 MILLION IN COCAINE Répondre en citant

COAST GUARD CUTTER SPENCER RETURNS HOME; SEIZED $92 MILLION IN COCAINE

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U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Spencer crew members secure the helicopter to the flight deck of the ship Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. The Spencer returned from a 74-day Eastern Pacific ocean patrol after seizing $92 million in cocaine.(U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Timothy Midas)
 
March 15, 2017 — - See originally posted release by USCG

BOSTON — Coast Guard Cutter Spencer returned to their homeport in Boston, Monday after a 74-day counter-drug patrol in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

During their patrol, the crew interdicted four drug-laden vessels, resulting in the seizure of approximately 1,400 kilograms (3,080 lbs.) of cocaine worth more than $92 million. They also apprehended 13 suspected smugglers with the help of their deployed helicopter crew. The Spencer collaborated with the Costa Rican Coast Guard in the seizure of another fishing vessel smuggling about 2,900 lbs. of marijuana.

"I could not be any more proud of my crew for keeping the drugs off the streets of the United States and ensuring a safer country," said Cmdr. Peter Niles, commanding officer of the Spencer.

Along with transiting the Panama Canal twice, the crew successfully conducted extensive helicopter training with Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Florida. The Spencer hosted 13 Coast Guard pilots from three different air stations and 14 personnel from six other cutters. In all, Spencer conducted over 200 helicopter flight deck landings in three days in order to maintain proficiency and hone the pilots' skills.

The Spencer is a 270-foot medium endurance cutter with a crew complement of 15 officers and 74 enlisted personnel.


USCGC Diligence returns home after interdicting $60M worth of cocaine
The crew of U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Diligence returned to Wilmington Tuesday following a 62-day




Coast Guard offloads $30 million worth of seized cocaine in San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Coast Guard offloaded approximately 2,000 pounds of seized cocaine worth an estimated $30



Coast Guard offloads 26.5 tons of cocaine seized in Eastern Pacific Drug Transit
MIAMI — The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton offloaded approximately 26.5 tons of cocaine in

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MessagePosté le: Dim 2 Avr - 20:25 (2017)    Sujet du message: COLOMBIE : SAISIE RECORD DE SIX TONNES DE COCAÏNE Répondre en citant

COLOMBIE : SAISIE RECORD DE SIX TONNES DE COCAÏNE

C'est le temps de la récolte...
 
 
La police anti-drogue colombienne présente une saisie de plus de 6 tonnes de cocaïne, le 2 avril 2017 à Barranquilla / © Colombian National Police/AFP / HO

La police colombienne a mis la main sur plus de six tonnes de cocaïne destinées à l'Espagne, au cours de l'une des plus importantes saisies de l'histoire de la Colombie, premier producteur mondial de cette drogue, ont annoncé dimanche les autorités.

"La Police nationale (...) a porté un nouveau coup au crime organisé en saisissant 6.134 kilos de cocaïne à Barranquilla, qui avaient pour destination finale le port d'Algésiras (Espagne)", selon un communiqué.

Le ministre de la Défense, Luis Carlos Villegas, qui s'est rendu à Barranquilla, port de la côte caraïbe colombienne (nord), a déclaré qu'il s'agissait de la troisième plus importante saisie effectuée par la police sur le territoire.

"Cette drogue appartenait au Clan du Golfe", principal gang criminel du pays, "et à d'autres organisations qui opèrent dans le nord et l'est du pays", a déclaré M. Villegas lors d'une conférence de presse, précisant que la valeur du chargement saisi était estimée à "plus de 200 millions d'euros" en Espagne.

Au cours de l'opération, menée vendredi soir, des policiers de la brigade anti-stupéfiants de Barranquilla "ont découvert un conteneur rempli de 20 palettes ou caisses de ferraille et d'acier, avec des paquets rectangulaires qui se sont révélés être du chlorhydrate de cocaïne", précise le communiqué de la police.

Le ministre de la Défense a ajouté que l'entreprise exportatrice avaient déjà effectué des expéditions vers l'Espagne, mais qu'aucun envoi n'a jusqu'à révélé la présence de cocaïne à l'arrivée dans les ports de destination.

M. Villegas a cependant ajouté qu'"il y a une enquête en cours sur une exportation récente par cette entreprise, qui se trouve actuellement en haute mer".

Depuis janvier, la police colombienne a saisi 70 tonnes de chlorhydrate de cocaïne sur le territoire national, dont 15,8 tonnes dans les Caraïbes, selon la même source.

Le Clan du Golfe, dirigé par Dairo Antonio Usuga alias "Otoniel", criminel le plus recherché de Colombie, a été formé par des paramilitaires d'extrême droite démobilisés entre 2003 et 2006, sous l'ex-président Alvaro Uribe.

La Colombie est le premier producteur mondial de feuille de coca, composant de base de la cocaïne, avec 96.000 hectares de plantations, et le premier producteur de cette drogue avec 646 tonnes en 2015, selon l'ONU.

(©AFP / 02 avril 2017 20h09)

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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Avr - 06:47 (2017)    Sujet du message: TRUMP ANNOUNCES BANNING WEED MARIJUANA ON 4/20 - ABSOLUTELY SHOCKING! Répondre en citant

TRUMP ANNOUNCES BANNING WEED MARIJUANA ON 4/20 - ABSOLUTELY SHOCKING!



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MessagePosté le: Mar 30 Mai - 09:45 (2017)    Sujet du message: USS LABOON MAKES SECOND DRUG BUST IN A WEEK Répondre en citant

USS LABOON MAKES SECOND DRUG BUST IN A WEEK

Story Number: NNS170321-02Release Date: 3/21/2017 9:22:00 AM   

From U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs

ARABIAN SEA (NNS) -- For the second time in five days, guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon (DDG 58) intercepted a small, stateless dhow in the international waters of the Arabian Sea and seized 500 kilograms of Hashish, March 17.

Laboon, conducting maritime security operations in the region as part of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 of the Combined Maritime Forces, conducted an inspection of the vessel as part of a flag verification boarding and found the illicit cargo.

Lt. Dan Foley, the boarding officer who led the team which made the seizure, credited his team for their diligence and putting in many long hours in the process.

"They worked tirelessly for over 14 hours to secure the illicit narcotics," Foley said. "I cannot praise them enough for staying calm and collected in a very tense environment. Ultimately, it was a great St. Patrick's Day. We kept the drugs off the market, and most importantly, denied terrorist organizations from benefitting off the profits of the narcotics on board."

Laboon intercepted a small, stateless dhow in the international waters of the Arabian Sea, March 13, and seized 270 kg of heroin. Royal Australian navy frigate HMAS Arunta (FFH 151) seized 800 kg of Hashish, March 2, making this the third CTF 150 seizure in the last three weeks.

CTF 150 commander, Royal Canadian navy Commodore Haydn Edmundson, praised the ship's crew for their dedication to keeping the region safe for legitimate commerce.

"These boardings, whether they result in a successful seizure or not, are some of the most complex and dangerous evolutions that our Sailors conduct on the high seas," Edmundson said. "This second seizure by the USS Laboon in such a short period of time is testament to their superb training and preparedness for this task, which is just one of the many missions the ship has while deployed."

Laboon deployed from its Norfolk homeport in January and has been deployed to the region since February. This is Laboon's second drug seizure since its deployment to the region.

Established in 2002, CTF 150 is primarily focused on disrupting terrorist organizations and their activities by denying them the freedom of maneuver in the maritime domain. In collaboration with international and regional maritime security partners, the CTF 150 teams have seized and destroyed billions of dollars in drugs and captured thousands of weapons, ensuring they are no longer available to organizations which would cause others harm.

For further questions, please contact U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs Office at 011-973-1785-4027 or navcentpao@me.navy.mil

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MessagePosté le: Mar 30 Mai - 09:52 (2017)    Sujet du message: USS LABOON SEIZES HEROIN ON THE HIGH SEAS ; SECOND CTF-150 SEIZURE IN LAST TWO WEEKS Répondre en citant

USS LABOON SEIZES HEROIN ON THE HIGH SEAS  ; SECOND CTF-150 SEIZURE IN LAST TWO WEEKS

Story Number: NNS170314-11Release Date: 3/14/2017 1:06:00 PM  

By U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs

ARABIAN SEA (NNS) -- USS Laboon (DDG 58) intercepted a small stateless dhow in the international waters of the Arabian Sea March 13, seizing 270 kilograms of heroin.

Laboon, conducting maritime security operations in the region as a part of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 of the Combined Maritime Forces, was conducting an inspection of the vessel as part of a flag verification boarding when the illicit cargo was found.

"Keeping these drugs off the street helps everyone, and keeps money from those who use the profits for harm," said Cmdr. Jason Labott, Laboon's commanding officer.

The operation could not have succeeded without cooperation between U.S. Navy and U.K. Royal Navy vessels under the command of a Royal Canadian Navy commodore. RFA Fort Victoria tracked the vessel using its helicopter and coordinated Laboon's interception.

"The execution of this operation demonstrates the abilities of multinational forces to coordinate across great distances for the common good of the international community," Labott said. "The hard work and professionalism of our boarding team, Laboon's crew, air crews from RFA Fort Victoria, and the shore side support of CTF-150 and Destroyer Squadron 50 deserve great credit."

The commander of CTF-150, Commodore Haydn C. Edmundson from the Royal Canadian Navy, commented that, "This is a big win for the coalition" and that, "We in the CTF 150 headquarters are very impressed with the superb cooperation of all units and organizations involved in this successful operation and we are particularly proud of the captain and crew of USS Laboon for their excellent performance on this important mission."

Edmundson took command of CTF-150 Dec. 8 during a ceremony in Bahrain.

"The impressive work of Combined Task Force 150, under the leadership of Royal Canadian Navy Commodore Haydn Edmundson, continued last night with the second successful seizure of illegal drugs in less than two weeks," said Vice. Adm. Kevin Donegan, commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command. "The March 2 seizure by HMAS Arunta and last night's seizure by USS Laboon has resulted in preventing more than a thousand kilograms of combined hashish and heroin from reaching their destination and will prevent transnational terrorists from profiting off these nefarious activities.

"Ultimately, the continued successes of CTF-150 demonstrate the value of the multinational collective of like-minded nations that make up the Combined Maritime Forces and certify that when navies work together all nations profit with increased maritime security."

Laboon deployed from its Norfolk homeport in January and has been deployed to the region since February. This is Laboon's first drug seizure since its deployment to the region and is the first such interdiction by a U.S. Navy ship under CTF-150 since May 2014.

Established in 2002, CTF-150 is primarily focused on disrupting terrorist organizations and their activities by denying them the freedom of manoeuvre in the maritime domain. In collaboration with international and regional maritime security partners, the CTF-150 teams have seized and destroyed billions of dollars in drugs and captured thousands of weapons ensuring they are no longer available to organizations that would cause others harm.

For further questions, please contact U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs Office 011-973-1785-4027 or navcentpao@me.navy.mil

For more information, visit http://www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy

For more news from Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/5th Fleet, visit www.navy.mil/local/cusnc/.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 6 Juin - 09:14 (2017)    Sujet du message: DROGUE EN IRLANDE. UN GROUPE DE REPUBLICAIN REVENDIQUE L'ASSASSINAT DE DEUX DEALERS Répondre en citant

DROGUE EN IRLANDE. UN GROUPE DE REPUBLICAIN REVENDIQUE L'ASSASSINAT DE DEUX DEALERS

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06/06/2017 – 08h50 Belfast (Breizh-Info.com) – Un groupe paramilitaire républicain a revendiqué l’assassinat de deux hommes à Belfast au cours de l’année écoulée. Le groupe, prénommé Action Against Drugs (AAD) a déclaré qu’il a assassiné Dan Murray et Joe Reilly , expliquant que ces deux individus étaient impliqués dans le trafic de drogue, un trafic qui n’a jamais été toléré par une large partie des militants nationalistes irlandais.

Le groupe a également affirmé qu’il avait mené trois autres opérations à Belfast au cours des 12 derniers mois, ordonnant aux cibles nommées de quitter l’Irlande ou de mourir.

La presse irlandaise pense que l’une des personnes menacées était impliquée par ailleurs dans le meurtre d’un ancien commandant de l’IRA, Gerard ‘Jock’ Davison, il y a presque deux ans.

Les deux hommes abattu l’ont été avec des armes de poing.

Ces assassinats montrent un changement dans la façon de procéder avec les dealers et les personnes impliquées dans le trafic de drogue. La balle dans la tête (ou dans l’estomac) se substitue en effet à la traditionnelle balle dans le genou, qui bien souvent mettait un terme (notamment chez les plus jeunes) à toute velléité de trafiquer de la drogue.

Le journal Irish News rapporte que les nationalistes irlandais revoient leurs méthodes car ces blessures dans le genou seraient désormais considéré comme une « médaille » dans le milieu de la drogue. Le journal explique par ailleurs que désormais, les ressortissants étrangers seraient également menacés par les militants républicains anti drogue.

Dolores Kelly, ancienne élue locale, est l’une des rares a avoir dénoncé ces pratiques, exprimant son inquiétude face au manque de réaction publique : « c’est presque une approbation tacite » a-t-elle expliqué  « comme si une telle barbarie était acceptable dans la société nord-irlandaise. Ce type d’incident est trop commun, les gens sont devenus tolérants à la violence. Est-ce vraiment le type de société dans laquelle nous voulons que nos enfants grandissent ? ».

Des propos pleins de bon sentiments, mais qui sont loin de convaincre les différentes communautés à Belfast notamment – qui voient de plus en plus de jeunes tomber dans la cocaïne, dans l’héroïne, et dans la spirale infernale de la drogue sans que les pouvoirs publics ne réagissent.

Aux Philippines, le Président Rodrigo Duterte a décidé de prendre le problème de la drogue à bras le corps en faisant abattre les dealers. Entre le 10 mai et le 15 juillet 2016, au moins 408 personnes ont été abattues par les forces de l’ordre ou par des milices. En juin, il avait déclaré à la radio nationale aux citoyens apercevant des dealers : «Appelez-nous ou appelez la police, sinon faites-le vous-même si vous avez une arme, vous avez mon soutien.».

Pas le même type de « shoot »…

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 15 Juin - 09:52 (2017)    Sujet du message: CTF 150 MAKES RECORD NUMBER OF DRUG BUSTS IN FOUR MONTHS Répondre en citant

CTF 150 MAKES RECORD NUMBER OF DRUG BUSTS IN FOUR MONTHS

Story Number: NNS170614-12Release Date: 6/14/2017 3:39:00 PM 

 

170428-N-VK873-059 U.S. 5th FLEET AREA OF OPERATIONS (April 28, 2017) Sailors assigned to the guided-missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG 66) visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) team and U.S. Coast Guardsmen assigned to the Maritime Security Response Team approach a vessel to conduct a VBSS exercise. Hue City is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations in support of maritime security operations designed to reassure allies and partners, and preserve the freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce in the region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kayla Cosby/Released)
By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kevin Steinberg, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs

MANAMA, Bahrain (NNS) -- In a four-month span, Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 of the Bahrain-based Combined Maritime Forces has proven itself a formidable force against narcotics trafficking, with 10 drug seizures totaling over 3,300 kilograms of heroin, cocaine, cannabis resin and hashish since March.

It started with the Royal Australian Navy frigate HMAS Arunta (FFH 151) on March 2, when the crew seized 800 kilograms of hashish, a drug made from cannabis. Eleven days later on March 13, the U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon (DDG 58) seized 270 kilograms of heroin and then again on March 17, when the crew seized 500 kilograms of hashish. All seizures were from small stateless dhows in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations.

The French frigate FS Surcouf (F711) added to the list with seizures that collectively totaled nearly 400 kilograms of heroin from two dhows between April 28 and May 3.

On May 10, Arunta confiscated another 250 kilograms heroin from a small dhow. The U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Truxtun (DDG 103) and the U.S. Navy guided-missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG 66) seized another 12 kilograms of cocaine on May 16.

Led to another dhow by a Royal Danish Air Force maritime patrol aircraft operating in direct support of CTF 150, Surcouf then made another seizure of 116 kg of heroin on May 18.

On May 26, Royal Navy frigate HMS Monmouth (F235) seized 455 kilograms of cannabis resin and 266 kilograms of heroin. Two weeks later, on June 8, Arunta made another seizure of 280 kilograms of heroin. Collectively as a task force, coalition warships have seized 3,349 kilograms of illegal substances since March.

"Ultimately the continued successes of CTF 150 demonstrate the value of the multinational collective of like-minded nations that make up the Combined Maritime Forces and certify that when navies work together, all nations profit with increased maritime security," said Vice. Adm. Kevin Donegan, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and the Combined Maritime Forces (CMF).

CTF 150 is one of three task forces under the CMF, and its mission is to promote maritime security in order to counter terrorist acts and related illegal activities which terrorists use to fund or conceal their movements. CTF 150 has been led by French Marine Nationale Rear Admiral Olivier Lebas since April, supported by a combined French-U.K. staff. Participation in CTF 150 is purely voluntary on the part of each of the CMF's 31 nations. Prior to Lebas, CTF 150 was led by Royal Canadian Navy Commodore Haydn Edmundson.

Vital to the detection of the drug smugglers in the vastness of the Indian Ocean are the coalition maritime patrol aircraft such as the French Marine Nationale F50, Royal Danish Air Force C604, Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3C, and UK Royal Navy Sea King helicopters operating from the fleet replenishment ship Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Fort Victoria (A387). These aircraft provide support to CTF 150 through surveillance of the sea lanes and their ability to direct warships to the dhows suspected of trafficking narcotics. CMF officials estimate that a street value of over $300 million-worth of narcotics has been confiscated from March to May. The confiscation of such a large quantity of illicit drugs aims to prevent transnational terrorists and other extremist groups from profiting from the drug trade.

CTF 150 members take on added risk with these boardings due to dangerous nature of the organizations involved in the smuggling.

"Despite the arduous nature of boarding operations, successful seizures are rewarding for the highly trained and well-equipped boarding teams and crews of the CMF warships." stated Lebas.

Visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) is not a task which teams take lightly or with any sense of routine. The evolution of searching vessels for illegal cargo is a huge undertaking for the assigned crews.
"The times we conduct VBSS operations, whether they result in a successful seizure or not, are some of the most complex and dangerous evolutions that our sailors conduct on the high seas," said Edmundson, the previous CTF 150 commander.

Drugs, illegal weapons and everything in between are often hidden in unlikely places. In some instances, it can take days for a VBSS team to finish searching one vessel. On Monmouth's seizure on May 26, the team had searched the dhow for two days before finding the 721 kilogram drug stash, which was only found after first removing over 6,000 pounds of ice.

"After such a long search, I had doubts we would find anything," said Lt. Alison Ross, one of Monmouth's boarding officers. "The reactions of the crew in regards to our activity in certain areas were enough to convince us that there was illegal cargo. Eventually the breakthrough was made and we could bring the operation to a close, having successfully put a stop to the progress of the drugs."

In collaboration with international and regional maritime security partners, CTF 150 teams have seized and destroyed billions of dollars in drugs and captured thousands of weapons since its inception in 2002, ensuring they are no longer available to organizations that would cause others harm.

"This is the French navy's tenth time in command of CTF 150, and I am delighted by the successes that the CMF ships and aircraft operating in support of CTF 150 have enjoyed so far this time round. We will continue to work tirelessly to suppress terrorist activities by attacking the networks that fund them, and deter the unlawful use of the seas in this area of the world," said Lebas.

CMF is a 31-nation naval partnership which exists to promote security, stability and prosperity across approximately 3.2 million square miles of international waters, which encompass some of the world's most important shipping lanes. CMF's main focus areas are defeating terrorism, preventing piracy, encouraging regional cooperation, and promoting a safe maritime environment. CMF counters violent extremism and terrorist networks in maritime areas of responsibility; works with regional and other partners to improve overall security and stability; helps strengthen regional nations' maritime capabilities and, when requested, responds to environmental and humanitarian crises.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 21 Aoû - 06:54 (2017)    Sujet du message: PHILIPPINES : L'EGLISE MONTE AU CRENEAU CONTRE LES MEURTRES Répondre en citant

PHILIPPINES : L'EGLISE MONTE AU CRENEAU CONTRE LES MEURTRES


Le chef de l'Eglise catholique des Philippines Luis Tagle à Manille, le 2 mai 2016 / © AFP / TED ALJIBE

Le chef de l'influente Eglise catholique des Philippines a appelé dimanche à mettre fin au "gâchis de vies humaines" après une semaine particulièrement violente dans la guerre contre la drogue menée par le président Rodrigo Duterte.

Les opérations antidrogue de la police ont fait au moins 76 morts, selon les autorités. Les défenseurs des droits et des parlementaires ont dénoncé "une série meurtrière alarmante".

Les raids font partie d'une campagne baptisée "One Time Big Time", un nom qui semble banaliser la situation et qui fait référence à une séquence éponyme d'une émission télévisée aujourd'hui défunte, regardée par des dizaines de millions de Philippins pauvres. Dans cette séquence, sorte de "Roue de la fortune" à la philippine, les candidats pouvaient gagner d'énormes sommes d'argent.

Le cardinal de Manille Luis Tagle, personnage le plus influent de l'Eglise catholique de l'archipel, où plus de 80% des habitants sont catholiques, a exprimé dimanche ses inquiétudes face à l'augmentation du nombre de morts.

"Nous interpellons les consciences de ceux qui tuent jusqu'aux gens sans défense, en particulier ceux qui recouvrent leur visage de cagoules, pour leur demander d'arrêter de gâcher des vies humaines", a dit le cardinal Tagle dans un communiqué lu dans toutes les églises de la capitale pendant la messe.

"Le problème de la drogue illégale ne doit pas être réduit à un problème politique ou criminel. C'est un problème humanitaire qui nous concerne tous".

M. Duterte avait remporté la présidentielle de 2016 après une campagne sécuritaire outrancière. Il s'était engagé à éradiquer le trafic de drogue dans les six mois au moyen d'une campagne dans laquelle des dizaines de milliers de trafiquants et de toxicomanes présumés seraient abattus.

L'Eglise catholique, l'une des institutions les plus anciennes et les plus puissantes de l'archipel, est l'une des rares voix à s'élever pour dénoncer les meurtres alors que les sondages montrent que M. Duterte jouit d'une très forte popularité.

En 14 mois, la police a confirmé avoir abattu plus de 3.500 personnes qualifiées officiellement de "personnalités de la drogue", affirmant agir en état de légitime défense.

Des inconnus ont tué au moins 2.000 suspects dans des affaires de drogue. Des milliers d'autres personnes ont été abattues dans des circonstances non élucidées, selon les chiffres de la police.

Ces statistiques macabres ont connu un pic soudain cette semaine. Lorsque 32 personnes ont été abattues par les policiers lundi dans une seule province, le président Duterte a demandé à leurs collègues de les imiter.

Après cet appel, au moins 44 personnes ont été tuées dans différentes localités, y compris un adolescent de 17 ans jeudi dont la mort a scandalisé le pays.

(©AFP / 20 août 2017 12h06)

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PHILIPPINES : LES FUNERAILLES D'UN ADOLESCENT TOURNENT EN VASTE MANIFESTATION CONTRE DUTERTE




Protestations contre la guerre anti-drogue de Rodrigo Duterte à Manille, le 25 août 2017. / © AFP / NOEL CELIS




Des milliers de Philippins ont réclamé samedi la fin des exécutions extrajudiciaires lors des funérailles d'un jeune homme tué par la police, qui ont tourné à la plus grande manifestation contre la guerre brutale anti-drogue du président Rodrigo Duterte.

Le meurtre la semaine dernière de Kian Delos Santos, âgé de 17 ans, a déclenché des protestations - chose rare - contre la campagne controversée mais populaire de Rodrigo Duterte pour éradiquer les drogues.

Pour les manifestants, la mort du jeune homme met en lumière les violations répétées des droits de l'homme perpétrées par la police.

Depuis que M. Duterte est arrivé au pouvoir il y a 14 mois, la police a signalé avoir tué 3.500 personnes lors d'opérations anti-drogues. Des milliers d'autres sont mortes dans des crimes reliés à la drogue et aux circonstances inexpliquées.

M. Duterte et sa guerre anti-drogue sont soutenus par une large majorité de Philippins, exaspérés par une forte criminalité et un système judiciaire au ralenti, selon des sondages nationaux.

- Indignation -

Mais le meurtre de Kian Delos Santos, fils d'un vendeur ambulant et d'une mère immigrée, femme de ménage, a fait la Une de tous les médias et a déclenché l'indignation de la population.

Selon la police, l'adolescent était un trafiquant de drogues qui a tiré sur des policiers lors de son arrestation. Cependant, des images de vidéosurveillance montrent deux policiers traînant le jeune homme non armé avant qu'il ne soit tué.

Après une veillée avec la famille au domicile du jeune homme, environ 3.000 personnes - des camarades de classe, des voisins, des nonnes, des prêtres et des activistes des droits de l'Homme - ont défilé sous un ciel couvert pour protester contre son meurtre, a constaté un photographe de l'AFP.

"Nous allons poursuivre ce combat. Ce qui lui est arrivé était tellement injuste", a déclaré à l'AFP sa cousine de 21 ans Jhai Delos Santos, présente à la marche.

- "Empêcher la vérité de mourir" -

"Nous avons des droits aussi. Ils ne peuvent pas juste faire une guerre anti-drogues contre des personnes qui n'ont pas d'antécédents de drogues et ne prennent pas de drogues", a-t-elle dit, ajoutant également que le père et le grand-père du garçon avaient depuis reçu des menaces de mort anonymes.

"Kian est le nom et le visage de la vérité. Nous devons empêcher la vérité de mourir avec le meurtre de Kian", a déclaré le père Robert Reyes, un des prêtres catholiques qui a célébré samedi une messe pour l'adolescent.

Sillonnant les rues étroites, les participants à cette lente procession portaient sur eux des rubans noirs et brandissaient des affiches aux slogans protestataires comme "Justice pour Kian" ou bien "Stop aux meurtres des pauvres".

Le cortège s'est brièvement arrêté pour se recueillir devant le bureau de police des trois policiers qui ont arrêté le jeune homme. Ces trois policiers ont depuis été suspendus.

Une autopsie de la police a conclu que le jeune homme a été abattu de deux balles à la tête alors qu'il gisait au sol.

- Payés pour tuer -

M. Duterte, qui a par le passé établi des parallèles très controversés entre sa campagne anti-drogue et l'extermination des juifs par Adolf Hitler, a promis d'amener les tueurs de Kian devant la justice.

"Le président a clairement déclaré que la guerre contre la drogue n'est pas une licence pour violer la loi", a déclaré le porte-parole de M. Duterte, Ernesto Abella, dans un communiqué publié vendredi.

Amnesty International a accusé en février la police philippine de tuer des gens sans défense, de monter des preuve de toutes pièces, de payer des assassins pour abattre des trafiquants, de voler les victimes ou leur famille.

L'ONG a ajouté que les policiers sont payés par leur hiérarchie pour tuer, et a identifié des victimes très jeunes, certaines étaient âgées de huit ans.

(©AFP / 26 août 2017 12h28

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THE AMERICAN OPIUM EPIDEMIC

April 18, 2017

By Dr. Arthur Lavin

Our nation is in the grip of a historic opium epidemic, and our state is one of the hardest hit.  The epidemic has had tragic impact on all groups in America, including our children.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recent published an important review of how this has impacted our children over the last 40 years, from 1976-2015.  This essay goes over some of these key findings and talks about what we can do.

What is Opium?

The word opium comes to us from the Greek language, where opos simply means juice, and from that came the Greek word opion meaning poppy juice.

That word says it all.  The beautiful family of flowers called the poppy includes one that forms a big pod of seeds containing a milky fluid, called opium.

That milky fluid, opium, contains a number of compounds including morphine and codeine.   The raw mix, the opium from the opium poppy, can be dissolved in alcohol creating a tincture called laudanum, which was the most popular opiate in the 1800’s in Europe.

Opium itself can be dried and smoked and this was the dominant form of the drug in China during their opium epidemic, also in the late 1880’s to early 20th century.

Today, the main forms of opium used are synthetic drugs derived from opium.  Those would include morphine, but also heroin, fentanyl, carfentanyl, oxycodone, hydrocodone, and many others.

How do Opiates Work?

It turns out opiates cannot do anything without working with our own brain’s opiate-like compounds, the endorphins.  Everyone’s mind makes endorphins, a set of compounds that once connected to the right receptor in our brain, decrease pain and enhance mood.

All opiates work by directly activating those endorphin receptors causing an unnaturally high spike in decreased pain and enhanced mood.  When these endorphin receptors are activated with such intensity, the other impact is to quiet the mind, depress its activity, including depression of breathing.  It is the high spike in mood and calming of the mind that leads to addiction.  It is the calming of breathing to the point of no longer breathing that causes overdose death.

Strong addictions draw their strength from the ability of the substance or habit to become a drive, and the stronger that drive, the harder it is to literally live without it.
The addiction to opiates is one of the strongest known.

How Strong are the Various Opiates?

There is a tremendously wide variation in how potently an opiate excites the endorphin centers of the brain.

The standard is a dose of oral morphine, which is traditionally given a strength value of 1, to allow comparison to all others.

You might be curious to know that acetaminophen is 1/360th as powerful a pain killer as morphine, and ibuprofen 1/222nd as potent.

Hydrocodone (Vicodin) is just as strong as morphine, and oxycodone (Oxycontin) 1.5 times more potent.

Heroin and Methadone are about 5 times as potent as morphine.

Hydromorphone (Dilaudid) is 5-7 times more potent than morphine.

The opiates take off in potency when we get to various forms of the anesthetic opiate, fentanyl.

Fentanyl itself is 50-100 more potent than morphine.

A new opiate hitting Ohio streets is carfentanyl, which is 10,000-100,000 as potent as an equivalent dose of morphine!

Addiction

The way I think about addiction is that it is a reflection of a very normal process.

That process is the structure of our minds called drives.  Drives are essential to life, no drives, no breathing, no eating, no reproduction.  Just to put that into some perspective, when some of us get old enough, the drive to eat, called appetite, will stop happening.  Once that drive is gone, no one will eat, at all.  Even if fully aware that we need to eat to live, the person with no appetite will not eat, knowing that this decision will end their life.   That’s how powerful drives are, our minds and bodies are defined to a very large extent by them.

Another example is breathing.  Opiates all weaken that drive, and once it is eliminated, we do not breathe.  Even knowing we have to breathe to live, without the drive, there is no breathing.

Addiction is the opposite of the disappearance of the drive.  We humans have figured out how to produce chemicals that suddenly boost this or that drive.  Since we are all built to respond to drives, to orient our lives around our awareness of them and response to them, when our minds experience as sudden spike in a drive, it simply overwhelms all other mind functions, we enter into relationship with the chemical that delivers.

The strength of addiction, then, can be measure best by the relative strength of our relationship to the drug.  In a strong addiction, the drive to obtain the drug is stronger than our love for our family, for having a job and achieving financial stability, for observing the law, for having any friends.

There are few addictions as strong as those created by any of the opiates.  Some say that most opiates, certainly heroin, create drives that many find impossible to recover from, leaving those affected to find legal means of opiate use, such as methadone.

The Path to Heroin

Heroin deserves special mention.  It was created a synthetic form of morphine, with high hopes it would relieve pain without the risk of addiction. This hope failed utterly, but the ironic name persists.

Heroin has become one of the leading drugs of choice for Americans addicted to heroin.

There are two main paths for all Americans, including our kids, to become addicted to heroin.

Both paths are made possible by the historically high production of heroin.  The peaks are both in affordability and purity.

Sadly, both of these peaks are the result of world history playing out in Afghanistan.  When the Taliban first took over Afghanistan, after the defeat of the Soviet Union, they banned all growing of any opium, and enforced it nationwide.  World opium production sharply decreased.  But when the US invaded Afghanistan to punish the Taliban for their continued support of al-Qaeda after 9/11, our invasion was supported by the Afghani Northern Alliance, which included many warlords who had been opium drug cartel chiefs prior to the Taliban.  When the Taliban fell, opium returned to Afghanistan as a major world supplier of all opium, it is now even grown in the Taliban controlled areas.  This surge in production and supply has yielded massive quantities of amazingly pure heroin.

These events now allow for the two paths to American heroin addiction:
  1. Via prescribed opiates.  An adolescent or adult breaks her leg, the doctor prescribes Oxycontin, leading within a few weeks to a potentially lifelong addiction.  After some rounds of renewing the Oxycontin, doctors and pharmacies will no longer refill, and even if they do, Oxycontin is dearly expensive.  Heroin works as well, is always available, and far cheaper, the shift is made, the broken leg leads directly to heroin addiction.
  2. Via parties and peers.  Heroin is so pure and cheap, it floods American high school parties and peer groups.  The purity allows for a powerful high without injecting, a simple sniff will do.  And the cheapness allows for the supplier to offer free doses to new users with ease.  A couple parties, and a couple friends, and a new addiction Is launched.

The State of the American Opiate Addiction

Opiates are used by those addicted to them mainly in the form of smoked or injected heroin, or as oral solutions or pills.

If you take all the powdered heroin and all the opiate pills created in the world, Americans consume roughly 80% of the total amount,every year.

Opiate addiction is everywhere on the planet, but no country eats and smokes and injects more opiate than the United States.

A detailed look at the American Opiate Addiction Epidemic is found in this essay:
https://www.firstthings.com/article/2017/04/american-carnage

The death toll is 52,000 Americans dead from opiates in 2015.

That is up dramatically from past years.

It is 4 times the number of Americans killed by guns, and 50% more than died by cars.

No illegal drug in the history of the country has killed more people.

[Alcohol, as we recently read, still reigns as the #1 drug of death at 100,000 deaths a year]

The impact of the American opiate addiction epidemic has actually led to life expectancy dropping, only in white America.

And that brings up an interesting pattern in today’s opium epidemic in America.  It is the element of despair, of color, of place.

The biggest jumps in American opiate use are in the white population, in rural America, where futures are bleakest.

Some say the opium epidemic is only a symptom of pockets of American hopelessness, vast swaths of rural America where the economy has stalled or stopped, where hope is absent.  But we do see opium addictions in every ethnicity, amongst rich and poor, so that’s not the whole story.

To the extent it is a disease of despair, it directly links it to the opium epidemics of China at the end of their imperium.

The Opiate Epidemic in Our Children

http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/139/4/e20162387

Now we come to the trends in opiate addictions and use in our kids.

The key findings can be summarized as follows:
  1. Our kids are using opiates, and have been for decades.  Most opiate use in our kids started with the prescription of opiates.
  2. About 15-20% of our kids will be given a prescription for opiates sometime by the end of their senior year in high school.
  3. About 5-15% of our kids will try out and use an opiate without any prescription by the end of their senior year in high school.
  4. As opiate prescription rates go up, opiate use without prescriptions go up, and as the prescription rate drops so does the other.
  5. The peak use hit in 1991, 1989, 2002 (the highest).  2002-2013 were the highest use rates in our kids since 1975.
  6. Prescriptions of opiates to our kids have dropped since 2013, but the rate in 2015 is still 15%.  Same goes for non-prescribed use of opiates, but the rate in 2015 was still 8% or so.
  7. This is an epidemic that affects white kids more than Hispanic or African-American kids- affects us all, just whites more.
  8. Males tend to use opiates more to get high, females to relieve pain.

What to Do

One town in West Virginia has a population of 400 people.

The pharmacy in that town dispensed 9 million opiates pills last year.

So what to do?
  1. Get drug companies and doctors and states to prescribe opiates very, very carefully to our kids.
  2.  Know that opiates do not treat chronic pain well, and should not be prescribed for that reason.
  3. Doctors should only dispense a few days worth of opiates at a time for post-injury or post-op pain, this is now a law in Ohio.
  4. Pediatricians should screen adolescents for use of opiates that are not prescribed, to try to find those leaning into addiction as early as possible.
  5. Once diagnosed, support ease of access to effective recovery programs and support for families experiencing the powerful cruelty of addiction.
  6. Beyond all these actions steps lies the ultimate to do, namely:  find a path to managing the drives of the human mind and soul.  Find society wide solutions to despair.  Find neuroscience pathways to relieve us of the burden of an overly powerful drive.

BOTTOM LINES
  1.  This is an alarm bell.  More than any other illegal drug on our history, opiates are ripping across America, about 1 in 6 of our kids are affected.
  2.  Much opiate addiction starts with doctors prescribing opiates for pain relief, the time is NOW for all doctors to use these drugs far more sparingly.
  3. Attention to screening for non-prescribed opiate use, and to responding to signs of addiction is essential.
  4. At the national level, efforts to monitor drug production (legal and not) and use (legal and not) is urgently required. To promote recovery.  To find paths to weaken the grip of the addiction- by decreasing despair, and by finding neuroscience paths to relieving the burden of a too powerful drive
To your health,
Dr. Arthur Lavin

http://www.advancedped.com/american-opium-epidemic/


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USING TECHNOLOGY TO AID THE OPIOID CRISIS' INNOCENT VICTIMS


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By Mark Forman and Denise Winkler October 16, 2017

Mark Forman, former U.S. Administrator for E-Government and Information Technology at the Office of Management and Budget, is global head of Public Sector at Unisys.
Denise Winkler, a senior engagement manager at Unisys, has served as an administrator and
senior advisor to government health and human services systems in California, New York, Ohio and other states.

The morning headlines and nightly newscasts remind us every day of how persistent our nation’s opioid epidemic has become. More than 33,000 people overdosed from a prescription or illicit opioids in 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That’s more than 90 people a day, with thousands of children caught in an already overwhelmed system over the past three years.

Today’s technologies can help governments address this risk to children. The possibilities start from the moment a caseworker identifies substance abuse as a problem. While technology is already used for monitoring the prescription and dissemination of opioids and to collect and analyze abuse and overdose data, there is much untapped potential.

Why not an automated application and approval process? While an in-person home visit is necessary for final approval, the rest of the process could be automated, saving time and resources. The application could be completed online using a single authoritative database that eliminates the need to retype data on multiple forms. Required documentation could be uploaded via cellphone cameras. Digital signatures could authenticate identities, and electronic tools could be used for notifications, verifications and background checks.

Online tools have become a significant force in making successful marriages, according to the Pew Research Center. Similar technology could rapidly match a child to a family. Foster parents could stipulate the number of children they can house, as well as the age, gender, special needs and other characteristics they are willing to accept. Social workers wouldn’t have to spend hours on the phone in search of a good match; they would instead have a list of families who were willing and able to care for the child.

Foster parents would not be the only beneficiaries of improved technology. The opioid crisis has also spurred a large increase in kinship placements. About 2.5 million grandparents and other family or friends have stepped in because moms and dads are wrapped in the throes of addiction. But 21 percent of grandparents caring for grandchildren live below the poverty line, and 26 percent have a disability, according to a Generations United report. Governments, local social services agencies and volunteer groups could jointly create “care portals” that serve as one-stop shops for kin looking for everything from bunk beds to child care to winter boots. Suddenly, help is only a mouse click away.

It is estimated one-quarter of the 2.2 million child welfare cases involve substance abuse. The nation is filled with parents trying to get clean so they can either keep their family intact or regain custody of their children. Those parents are on “case plans” that require them to complete certain steps such as substance abuse treatment. Often, the casework—finding a treatment facility as quickly as possible, sharing information about the parent, reporting on the parent’s progress—is performed manually, either in person or over the phone. Many parents have to wait months for available treatment.

A database of treatment centers could help caseworkers identify open slots in a matter of minutes. An Indiana resident could be placed in a nearby Ohio facility, so he or she doesn’t lose the motivation to get clean. This is possible if governments are willing to create pacts to share vital information, automate processes and apply appropriate cybersecurity.

Predictive analytics also can play a role in reducing risk to children. Connecting data from child welfare systems with data from other systems—birth certificates, death certificates, public assistance programs, zip code analysis, criminal records—and employing algorithms that assign risk scores can help child welfare agencies focus their resources on the cases that require the most attention.

Fear of sharing confidential information is the most cited roadblock to using technology to address this crisis. But secure information sharing happens every day in areas like national security. The opioid crisis warrants use of equivalent cybersecurity controls to manage risk. Our nation is in a war with opioids, why not arm ourselves with every available weapon? Rolling Eyes

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Un navire transportant 3,8 tonnes de drogue en provenance de Colombie a été arraisonné par la police espagnole. Les sept membres de l'équipage ont été arrêtés.

La police espagnole a annoncé samedi sur Twitter la saisie de 3,8 tonnes de cocaïne à bord d'un navire, le remorqueur Thoran, en provenance de Colombie. Le bateau a été arraisonné à quelque 870 kilomètres des Canaries, l'archipel espagnol situé au large de l'Afrique.

«Les sept membres de l'équipage ont été placés en détention», a indiqué la police, précisant que la drogue était dissimulée dans un compartiment situé dans les cuisines du bateau.

La cocaïne avait été placée dans 165 colis d'environ 23 kilos chacun.


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La Marine nationale française saisit 1,4 tonne de cocaïne dans le Pacifique Sud

Le navire a été arraisonné dans l'océan Atlantique alors qu'il reliait la Colombie à l'Espagne. L'opération a été menée par la Garde civile espagnole, la police nationale, l'Autorité adjointe de surveillance douanière (DAVA) et la NCA (National Crime Agency) britannique sous la coordination du Maritime Analysis ans operations centre — Narcotics (MAOC-N) à Lisbonne.

Cette quantité constitue presque le triple de ce que la Marine nationale française avait saisi le 27 juillet dernier en arraisonnant un voilier avec 1,4 tonne de cocaïne dans le Pacifique Sud. La saisie avait eu lieu à l'Est de la Nouvelle-Calédonie, à 900 milles marins au Sud-Est de Nouméa, au large des îles Tonga.

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