drug addict

Human Rights Lawyer Files Judicial Review Application to Stay Execution of Drug Trafficker

From April 2011, Suhail gradually increased his intake of heroin until he was taking roughly 12g to 18g of normal grade heroin a day around the time of his arrest on 3 August 2011. He described the normal grade heroin as “coklat gelap” or dark chocolate. He clarified that he did not reach this rate of consumption, which would cost an estimated $5,000 a month, overnight. In August 2011, his dependency level had got to the point where he was injecting himself every two or three hours just to delay the onset of withdrawal symptoms. When he had to work, he would smoke the heroin.

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S'PORE GIRL CONSUMES DRUGS (METH ICE) ON LIVE VIDEO CHAT, SHOWS HARMFUL EFFECTS OF DRUG TAKING

A Facebook user by the name of Chen Yu Xi shared disturbing photos of a local girl consuming the drug ICE or methamphetamine on live video chat. It showed the girl heating up the drug before consuming the drug using a long straw. The girl was visibly high and showed the terrible effect of illegal drug consumption. She had heavy dark eyebags and looked disoriented in some of the pictures taken. I hope you will share these images with your readers to spread awareness and encourage our Singapore youths to stay away from drugs or end up like this addict.

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DOCTOR MADE S$260,000 PROFITS BY SELLING CODEINE COUGH SYRUP TO DRUG ADDICTS

A doctor who was jailed and fined for illegally selling codeine-laced cough syrup can no longer practise medicine. In July 2012, Dr Ho was found to have made more than $260,000 in profits from a scheme to supply codeine-based cough syrup to addicts.

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LAWRENCE KHONG: BEING GAY IS THE SAME AS A DRUG ADDICT TELLING ME THAT HE CAN'T QUIT!

I hear the same from wife beater, gambler, kleptomaniac, pedophile, homosexual, lesbians, etc. I have them crying profusely in my office about their struggles. They are so genuine, so honest with their feelings, so sincere but SO WRONG. I have to challenge them to act against their own passion. Confront them with their wrong. Help them not to give excuses. Teach them to take personal responsibility and not to blame others. And above all help them to encounter God and His power.

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