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The East Liverpool, Ohio police department decided to share on social media a picture of a couple overdosed and passed out in a car with a young boy in the backseat. Publishing the photo, say local law enforcement, was the city’s cry for help.
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The Story Behind The Viral Photograph Of Opioid Victims | TIME


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10 thoughts on “The Story Behind The Viral Photograph Of Opioid Victims | TIME

  1. it is terrible what drugs do to our community…..but people should be smart enough and not indulge in them….crack distroyed my community but instead of the public fighting against crack they criminalized the community who used them( predominantly black)…i guess it matters who the drugs affect in order to get some true change….in my community they just arrested everbody….users and dealers….but this opioid thing….now they want to close the borders….blame minorities for the outbreak and make all the useres(predominately whites) poor victims…….smh….such hypocrites…..

  2. The POTUS should fully realize the connection between our porous borders & the opioid crisis. As long as international criminals have multilevel access to this nation, we must become a fortress before we become a prison.

  3. why are people saying opioids is the same as herion? Plus it's already classified as an addiction under the mental health act. I'm pretty sure opioids are pharmaceutical dope. Plus this is a herion overdose. In fact most people on pain pills "opioids" do not o'd.

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