When You See What This PIECE OF TRASH Did To Man After Giving Him THIS You Are Going To FREAK OUT

Posted by DINO PORRAZZO at AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS

 

Drug usage is a huge problem in America and around the world and has always been.

But the problem here in the USA has escalated to unprecedented heights which can be directly attributed to Biden’s policies that allow these dangerous drugs to come across the border from Mexico.

The Soros installed DA’s, prosecutors and judges have made penalties for criminal activity extremely low in the name of social justice.

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We see murderers arrested and released on the same day with little or no bail.

Drugs are  pouring into our country and people are dying but democrats don’t give a crap.

Thank God we still have Law Enforcement officers that continue to do their job in spite of the fact that a hell of a lot of these criminals that they risk their lives daily are set free and get a slap on the wrist.

Hopefully this scumbag we are reporting on is punished for MURDER and spends the rest of his life behind bars.

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Only time will tell.

Here’s the 411:

NEW JERSEY – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Medford Township Police Chief Art Waterman announced that a 19-year-old Cinnaminson Township drug dealer has been charged with causing the death of a Medford Township teenager who fatally overdosed in his home early last year on counterfeit prescription drugs that contained fentanyl.

Zachary DiBattista, of the 500 block of Camelot Court, was charged earlier this month with Strict Liability for Drug-Induced Death (First Degree). He was taken into custody Wednesday by the U.S. Marshals Service New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force, with assistance from the Camden and Atlantic City divisions. The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department is a member of the task force and participated in the apprehension.

He was lodged in the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly pending a detention hearing in Superior Court.

The investigation began on March 6, 2021, after officers from the Medford Township Police Department were dispatched to a Yorkshire Drive home for a report of an unattended death. Upon arrival, officers found the body of Max Mather, 18, in his bedroom.

Burlington County Medical Examiner Dr. Ian Hood determined that Mather died from fentanyl toxicity. The toxicology report also noted the presence of Xylazine, an animal tranquilizer not approved for human use.

The investigation revealed that Mather fatally overdosed on pills he had purchased from DiBattista a day earlier at a Marlton convenience store during a meeting that was arranged on Snapchat. The investigation further revealed that Mather was purchasing what he believed to be Oxycontin pills, when in reality he was provided with counterfeit controlled prescription drugs (CPDs) containing fentanyl that were designed to resemble authentic oxycodone 30 mg tablets.

The counterfeit CPDs are blue and are stamped with “M-30.” They tend to be off-color from legitimate tablets, can be speckled and are easier to crush. Most important, they commonly contain fentanyl, which can be 50 times stronger than heroin, meaning those who take them are unaware of the potentially lethal consequences.

“One of the most tragic aspects of the unrelenting substance use disorder epidemic is how young overdose victims tend to be,” Prosecutor Coffina said. “In this case, the victim was only 18 and still in high school, with his whole life ahead of him. He presumably thought he was taking a prescription drug that would not harm him, and it is nearly impossible for the untrained eye to distinguish a ‘real’ Oxycontin pill from a counterfeit one. To avoid similar tragedies, we need to do everything possible to make sure our children (and adults) understand that there is no such thing as a ‘safe’ prescription drug unless prescribed by a licensed professional and supplied by a licensed pharmacy.”

The case was investigated by the Prosecutor’s Office Gang, Gun and Narcotics Task Force (GGNTF) and the Medford Township Police Department.

Mather will be prosecuted by Assistant Prosecutor Michael Angermeier, supervisor of the BCPO GGNTF.

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