Warning as methadone left on Plymouth bus

Mid Devon Star: Warning as methadone left on Plymouth bus Warning as methadone left on Plymouth bus

Police are urging anyone who finds some small bottles left at a bus stop in Plymouth to hand them in.

Three 100ml bottles of methadone were left at the bus stop at the end of Wolseley Road, by the Tesco Extra store, on Tuesday 18 March between 2.30pm and 4pm.

A police spokesperson said: “A woman left the bottles at the bus stop by mistake and when she went back to get them, they had gone.

“They could be lethal if consumed by anyone other than the person they were dispensed for.

“We are urging anyone who finds them to get in touch with police as soon as possible.”

Anyone who finds the bottles is asked to call police on 101 quoting property reference B/144588 or hand them in to the nearest police station.

Charles Cross police station is open from 8am until 10pm, and Crownhill police station is open from 9am until 6pm.

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9:21pm Wed 19 Mar 14

bettysenior says...

Heroin et al are terrible addictive opiate but it is the treatments for heroin that are even worse and where they are inhuman treatment as addicts perpetuate until death usually with these regimes.

The problem with all western governments is that they are overridingly influenced by the ultra-financially powerful pharmaceutical giants. So much so that they control government policy on hard drug treatments and where of course they supply methadone et al that provides billions of dollars in revenues. But they don't care about the harm that this treatment does and only look at the bottom-line. That is why this maintenance treatment policy goes on infinitum as it creates vast profits for big Pharma. Indeed governments go out to suppress all information concerning a 'cure' for these terrible treatment drugs that enslave addicts for life through dependency. There is no humanity in this form of treatment only profits as addicts spend a lifetime on treatments that are more addictive than the drugs they purportedly try to eradicate. But wouldn't it be good for once that a western government did something out of the ordinary and stopped supporting big Pharma and introduced a 'cure' that is available at a cost of a mere 10% of present treatment regimes. Then addicts would come off hard drugs for good and thereafter lead a normal life in society and give something back. But will a single western government rebel against the powerful pharmaceutical cartel, I very much doubt it as they have our politicians and leaders in their back pocket. That is what is called democracy where big business rules supreme. For an introduction of what is going on and the 'cure' that is available readers should visit - http://worldinnovati
onfoundation.blogspo
t.co.uk/2014/01/what
-successive-governme
nts-and.html

Unfortunately this is the situation in all western nations and where they protect the interests of big business to the total detriment of their people.

Dr David Hill
Chief Executive
World Innovation Foundation
Heroin et al are terrible addictive opiate but it is the treatments for heroin that are even worse and where they are inhuman treatment as addicts perpetuate until death usually with these regimes. The problem with all western governments is that they are overridingly influenced by the ultra-financially powerful pharmaceutical giants. So much so that they control government policy on hard drug treatments and where of course they supply methadone et al that provides billions of dollars in revenues. But they don't care about the harm that this treatment does and only look at the bottom-line. That is why this maintenance treatment policy goes on infinitum as it creates vast profits for big Pharma. Indeed governments go out to suppress all information concerning a 'cure' for these terrible treatment drugs that enslave addicts for life through dependency. There is no humanity in this form of treatment only profits as addicts spend a lifetime on treatments that are more addictive than the drugs they purportedly try to eradicate. But wouldn't it be good for once that a western government did something out of the ordinary and stopped supporting big Pharma and introduced a 'cure' that is available at a cost of a mere 10% of present treatment regimes. Then addicts would come off hard drugs for good and thereafter lead a normal life in society and give something back. But will a single western government rebel against the powerful pharmaceutical cartel, I very much doubt it as they have our politicians and leaders in their back pocket. That is what is called democracy where big business rules supreme. For an introduction of what is going on and the 'cure' that is available readers should visit - http://worldinnovati onfoundation.blogspo t.co.uk/2014/01/what -successive-governme nts-and.html Unfortunately this is the situation in all western nations and where they protect the interests of big business to the total detriment of their people. Dr David Hill Chief Executive World Innovation Foundation bettysenior
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