Justice For Death Due To Overdoses

Justice For Death Due To Overdoses

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Benjamin Prinzivalli started this petition to Politticaian and

I'm writing this Petition on behalf of the residence of New York State. Currently, New York has one of the highest overdose rate in the United States Of  America. A big portion of the overdoses in New York is the lacing of other drugs with a deadly drug know as FENTANYL. Fentanyl is another narcotic which is used for pain and is between 50 and 100 times more powerful than morphine. It's being used on the "black market" and being added to other drugs by dealers who know the consequences of it being mixed with other narcotics. These drug dealers that are already committing serious felonies, by selling illegal drugs on the streets are now acting selfish, and showing a grave indifference to human life and the safety and welfare of others. These "drug-dealers" should be charged with second degree murder due to the amount of overdoses that contain fentanyl. Drug dealers are pushing "substances" laced with Fentanyl because it is the cheapest drug on the streets that drug addicts can afford. Drug dealers selling any substances laced with another substance will be charged with 2nd Degree Murder. When someone knowingly selling a drug that will cause the death of any person it is MURDER. In fact, the individuals that have the intent to cause death, serious physical injury, and/or life threatening injuries need to be held accountable to the highest degree. 

      Charges related to death by overdose are not being taken to the highest degree possible by the State Of New York. We as a community askes that " drug dealers" be charged with 2nd Degree Murder. We have zero tolerance for these inhumane acts. Our communities are suffering and the only way to resolve or limit the amount of deaths by overdoses is to go directly after the "Dealers" themselves. 

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