Police Offer Free Testing For Coronavirus Contaminated Drugs. Worried that your drugs may be contaminated with the Coronavirus? Fear not, the police are offering a drug testing service as part of their public safety program. Just bring your drugs into your local police station and they will test them for free. Can't make it into the police station? No problem, they also make house calls. Just pick up the phone and ask to have one of their Coronavirus testing units to be dispatched to your home or office.

Police Free Coronavirus Drug Testing

Police Offer Free Testing For Coronavirus Contaminated Drugs

"If you have recently purchased Meth, it may be contaminated," with coronavirus, Merrill Police Department said on Facebook. "If you're not comfortable going into an office setting, please request any officer and they'll test your Meth in the privacy of your home. Please spread the word! We are here for you!"
"Bring it by our station and we will test your batch within minutes!" Tavares Police Department said.
Yes, this is satire. If you ask the police to test your drugs, you can expect to be arrested for possession of drugs, so please don't be foolish enough to actually do this. 

 


 

Coronavirus is a very serious worldwide health issue and may reach pandemic status here in the United States as well as the rest of the world. At least 2,976 people have died from coronavirus globally. There are now 71 confirmed and presumptive positive cases of the virus in the United States, including two fatalities. The fact that law enforcement officials would joke about such a very serious health matter shows a lack of professionalism on their part.

 

This is not the first time law enforcement has used these types of tactics in an attempt to lure unsuspecting people into incriminating themselves.
"Just to give you some history, we have actually experienced people report their illegal drugs being stolen, being ripped off in a drug deal, being sold a look-a-like illegal substance, etc.," the department said. "So this attempt, although a long shot, still had some possibility behind it."
"It is our hope that every drug arrest both works to hold offenders accountable for their deeds and provides them with a path toward treatment options."

This is what the drug war has produced. Our law enforcement agencies spend more time chasing around people with green-leafy substances than investigating real crimes should be enough to end the failed war on drugs. The fact that law enforcement is making jokes about something as serious as Coronavirus should only verify that they also think the drug was is a joke!

 

About Barry Cooper

"You may have seen him on the pages of Maxim, or during one of his many appearances on CNN, Fox News and Spike TV. He’s the cop who turned against the drug war. In American pop culture right now, there’s nobody quite like him. As one of the former top drug cops working the Texas highways, he was ferocious, bringing down hundreds of people for possessing even tiny amounts of an illegal substance. In his new life as a humanitarian crusader and activist filmmaker, he’s just as ferocious. Cooper is on a mission to free America’s pot prisoners. In the terminology of war, Barry is an insurgent, lobbing bombs into the fourth estate as his form of penance for all the people he put behind bars on drug offenses.”—True/Slant Barry recently starred with Woody Harrelson, 50 Cent, Eminem and Susan Sarandon in the anti drug war documentary, “How To Make Money Selling Drugs.” His internet fame via his website NeverGetBusted.com has received global attention by being reported in Rolling Stones, High Times, a feature in Maxim Magazine and a front cover feature in Cannabis Culture and the Texas Observer. His story was picked as a feature on NPR’s, This American Life. He has been a guest on scores of cable news channels discussing the Drug War. He has also appeared as a drug and legal expert in five episodes of SPIKE TV’s reality show, MANSWERS.

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