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Friends of Narconon President's Briefing--Issue 95   PDF  Print  Email 

"Not a single thing was stirring, not even a mouse!"

If you have ever had mice in your home, then you no doubt tried many things to catch them.

Cheese is among one of the well known items used to catch mice.

Well now drug dealers are using "Cheese" to catch young teenagers.

It's a mouse trap that's catching kids by the dozens!

Aside from being a favorite addition to any sandwich, "Cheese" has taken on a whole new meaning for drug dealers.

Now they are marketing "Cheese Heroin" to our kids.

You heard right. Cheese heroin is formed by combining heroin with crushed tablets of certain over-the-counter cold medication, such as Tylenol PM.

Such a cold medication contains acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, and the antihistamine diphenhydramine, the active ingredient in Benadryl. (An allergy relief medication)

This highly addictive drug has killed 21 teenagers in the Dallas area over the past two years, and authorities say they are hoping to stop the fad before it spreads across the nation.

On April 15, 2007, The Dallas Morning News published the results of a lengthy analysis of autopsy results between 2005 and 2007, conducted in concert with the Dallas County medical examiner's office, which suggested that the 21 deaths among adolescents during that period were attributable to cheese heroin.

"Cheese" is typically found folded inside a ....

"Cheese" is typically found folded inside a small paper bindle, and in the Dallas area is popular among juveniles, both male and female, with known users as young as 13 years old.

It is usually a light tan colored powder.

Kids typically snort the powder through the nose using a tube, much in the same fashion used with cocaine.

Users have described the effects as causing euphoria, disorientation, lethargy, sleepiness, and hunger.

As with any form of heroin, "Cheese" appears to be highly addictive, and withdrawal symptoms may onset as fast as within 12 hours of cessation of use.

Next time you see kids out playing, just think about how they are marketed to by drug dealers.

Then think about what you can do to help them avoid the pitfalls of the drug dealers efforts.

At Friends of Narconon we think about this everyday.

It is our mission to provide youth with the "Truth About Drugs" that they can relate to.

The Narconon Drug Education Program is very effective in accomplishing this goal and we make this available on video for schools.

Now you can do something to help us reach kids before it is too late.

Sponsor as many schools as you can to get our "Educators Kits".

These kits include videos and lesson plans to assist teachers in making sure our kids get the real truth about drugs, before its too late.

Don't let the kids in your neighborhood be the next victims.

Do something now by sponsoring schools today.

The faster we work, the harder it gets for the drug trade.

So call Donna Miller today and sponsor those schools! 1-800-882-6862

Sincerely,

Robert Hernandez
President, Friends of Narconon, Intl.

P.S. To Sponsor a school. Click here (or copy and paste into your browser):
<http://www.friendsofnarconon.org/drug_education/school_sponsorship_program/>

Make a donation right now. Click here (or copy and paste into your browser):
<http://friendsofnarconon.org/>

PSS: I still need a few more answers to the quiz "What is the cause of Boredom?".

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