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BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) - A Rhode Island man arrested for trafficking in the powerful opioid fentanyl has been sent to federal prison for 2 ½ years.
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The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is providing additional descriptive information with respect to five specific substances already covered by a temporary scheduling order that appeared in the Federal Register on February 6, 2018. That order placed fentanyl-related substances temporarily in schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act. The order further stated that if and when DEA identifies a specific new substance that falls under the definition of a fentanyl-related substance, the agency will publish in the Federal Register, and on the agency website, the chemical name of such substance. Consistent therewith, this document provides the chemical names of five substances that fall within the definition of fentanyl- related substances.
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Zero Hedge 04/18/2019 15:25
An internal government memorandum attained by Task & Purpose reveals that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is considering labeling fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction (WMD.
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AlterNet - Environment blog 04/17/2019 11:52
Typically produced in China and then smuggled through Mexico or sent directly to the United States via package delivery services, fentanyl has been implicated in tens of thousands of drug overdose deaths in recent years.
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US officials warn drug 100 times more potent than fentanyl is driving a new spike in overdoses.
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MedPageToday.com 04/17/2019 09:00
The Department of Homeland Security may classify fentanyl as a "weapon of mass destruction.
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CBS News 04/17/2019 06:56
Officials in San Diego County have issued an alert after three people have suffered documented fatal overdoses from a new form of the drug fentanyl know as carfentanil.
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Gizmodo 04/16/2019 16:20
Roughly 59 percent of opioid-related deaths in 2017 were caused by fentanyl, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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His charges are as follows: carrying a loaded firearm without a license, trafficking in more than 10 grams of fentanyl, trafficking in cocaine, possession of a class “E” drug, and possession of ammunition without a firearms identification card, police said.
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In July 2018, the FBI Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate assessed that 'fentanyl is very likely a viable option for a chemical weapon attack by extremists or criminals,'" McDonnell added in the Feb. 22 memo with the subject line "Use of counter-WMD authorities to combat fentanyl.
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Forensic Magazine 04/16/2019 10:21
The big thing about fentanyl—and now carfentanil, a fentanyl analog that's a thousand times stronger than morphine and heroin—is that it's very easy to export.
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BlackListed News 04/16/2019
McDonnell wrote that "as little as" 2 to 3 milligrams of fentanyl can induce respiratory depression, respiratory arrest and possibly death.
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USAToday (United States) 04/15/2019 11:35
In some published reports, experts have suggested that dealers are mixing fentanyl with cocaine to create a new group of fentanyl addicts.
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