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  • Drug dealers are not intentionally causing overdoses

    Drug dealers are not intentionally causing overdoses in West Virginia. Although there has been a spate of heroin overdoses recently in a small region, it is implausible that dealers would do this intentionally. This would be killing off their best customers. More likely, it was a bad batch that was old on the streets accidentally.

  • I don't think drug dealers try to make people overdose.

    I think that drug dealers probably just want to make money more than anything. I think that they are selling greater quantities of hard drugs to people who don't know how to use them or people who are using them for the first time. Why would they want to kill the people they sell to?

  • No, it may be too early to tell what is causing the overdoses in West Virginia

    No, it may be too early to tell what is causing the overdoses in West Virginia. Youngsters may have used the drug in a binge. This would also cause a significant number of deaths due to overdoes in a short period of time. The death s of the people in West Virginia could be due to bad drugs are another event.

  • No, drug dealers are not intentially causing overdoes in West Virginia.

    It is highly unlikely that drug dealers would be causing overdoses in West Virginia. These drug dealers would not want to kill their own customers. Furthermore, all of these overdosing deaths raises the level of attention on drugs in West Virginia. Most dealers would not want this extra scrutiny. It is more likely that these overdoses are caused by people abusing heroin with unsafe amounts of the drug.


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