Busted! Look Who The Feds Just Indicted For Trafficking Drugs From China To US

Fourteen days back, a noteworthy bust was performed in New York City that included an enormous measure of a drug known as fentanyl, which is said to be capable of killing somebody with simply the littlest dose. The drug pull that was affected in this most recent couple of weeks could kill up to one million Americans!

At the point when Donald Trump was first elected, he expressed that he would put special emphasis on the beating down of the opioid emergency in America since that was the main issue in practically every community in the nation. As is dependably the case with any of these announcements by Trump, it was met with jeering, sneering, and rolling of the eyes. “To think that Trump thinks he can solve an unsolvable problem!”

Presently, it gives the idea that the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is holding up his finish of the deal in so far as Trump is concerned. A noteworthy fentanyl bust has quite recently been made, netting a great aggregate of 2 Chinese Nationals, 5 Canadians, and 3 Americans!

Via IJR:

The Justice Department (DOJ) announced Tuesday it indicted two Chinese nationals who it called “some of the most significant drug trafficking threats in the world.”

Jian Zhang, 38, and Xiaobing Yan, 40, allegedly operated facilities in China capable of manufacturing fentanyl and distributed massive quantities of the deadly drug, along with other synthetic opioids, to customers in the United States. According to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Zhang’s and Yen’s chemicals allegedly killed and injured Americans across several states.

The two Chinese nationals face years in prison and millions of dollars in fines.

THE CASE UNVEILED HOW CHINESE MANUFACTURERS COULD USE THE INTERNET TO SEND FENTANYL AND FENTANYL ANALOGS TO UNWITTING U.S. CONSUMERS. “UNWARY OR INEXPERIENCED USERS OFTEN HAVE NO IDEA THAT THEY ARE INGESTING FENTANYL UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE,” THE DOJ SAID IN A RELEASE.

Zhang also faced charges relating to four individuals’ deaths and five individuals’ “serious bodily injuries.”
Acting Drug Enforcement Agency Administration Robert W. Patterson conveyed the importance of catching these individuals:

“Xiaobing Yan, Jian Zhang and their respective associates represent one of the most significant drug threats facing the country – overseas organized crime groups capable of producing nearly any synthetic drug imaginable, including fentanyl, and who attempt to hide their tracks with web-based sales, international shipments and cryptocurrency transactions.”

As was previously reported, President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national emergency and committed to doing “something” about the opioid crisis.

 

The DOJ’s announcement came after a Monday press conference in which Trump teased a “major announcement” next week related to the opioid crisis.

Wrapping up these sorts of cases is basic on the off chance that we need to make a dent in the criminal activities related to drugs. These opioids have unfavorably influenced not just internal city populaces of serial drug offenders and users, yet in addition provincial and remote communities too.

As the healthcare costs keep on skyrocketing, there’s not a single advising when an end will be to be found in these awful drugs that keep on plaguing an as of now the overworked medicinal industry. On the off chance that this war on drugs will be won, there should be more purposeful endeavors like these to see a distinction for our children.

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Thank you for reading.

H/T IJR

 

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