Let’s get this straight once and for all. Prince died while getting high on Fentanyl. Doctors didn’t kill him. The drug in and of itself didn’t kill him. He took too much of it, then died.
It’s a shame because he was quite the musical genius, but facts are facts.
Now, the brilliant New York Times is attempting to blame Mexico, or at least Mexican drug cartels (which essentially make up the whole of Mexico) for Princes death:
The drug that killed Prince has become a favorite of Mexican cartels because it is extremely potent, popular in the United States — and immensely profitable, American officials say.
Law enforcement and border authorities in the United States warn that Mexican cartels are using their own labs to produce the drug, fentanyl, as well as receiving shipments from China. Then the cartels distribute the substance through their vast smuggling networks to meet rising American demand for opiates and pharmaceuticals.
“It is really the next migration of the cartels in terms of making profit,” said Jack Riley, acting deputy administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration. “This goes to the heart of the marketing genius of the cartels. They saw this coming.” Read more…
Those bad Mexicans killing Prince by making drugs more available in the United States! Damn those bastards!