posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 01:04 PM
...lets see if we can get people to turn in their unused prescription medicine too.
My little town in the midwest, is hosting an unused prescription "turn-in" day at the local hospital. There will even be police, and a DEA agent there
to welcome you with open arms, and to make sure the drugs turned in stay connected in name to the person returning them. Isn't that sweet of them?
(Where's my puke emoticon!)
Seriously. Has anyone else heard of this? I have questions!
Do we really need local police, and a DEA agent there?
Do the drugs turned in really need to be recorded, and linked to the person turning them in?
What happened to the no questions asked scenario, like they did with the guns?
Are they planning on re-dispensing these drugs through the hospital?
Or maybe they're going in the back door of the local pharmacies, to be re-distributed that way?
I know. It's all above board and innocent. And they just want to get these drugs off the street, and away from children, who might get them from the
medicine cabinet at home. Sure. I believe that. And so do you. Right?
edit on 10/9/2013 by Klassified because: clarity
10/9/2013 by Klassified because: title