On-site at the 6th Annual Drug Prevention Summit. Thom Browne about what is added to drugs to make them more potent and lethal. He has a master’s degree in criminal justice, is the President and CEO of the global criminal justice and demand reduction consulting firm Rubicon Global Enterprises. He created treatment systems and prevention programs in over 70 countries on five continents during his 25-year career at the U.S. Department of State/Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs.
Browne served at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), where he developed strategies, designed programs and authored research/intelligence reports addressing the original fentanyl analog/synthetic heroin and crack cocaine epidemics in the 1980s. He finished his DEA service as Chief of the Latin American Intelligence section where he authored the Reagan Administration’s cocaine suppression strategy. At INL, Browne supported the formation of the International Society of Substance Use Professionals and International Society of Addiction Medicine.
You will be shocked at what is reports is actually in drugs. Heroin might be cut with quinine to double it’s price and it’s now more powerful. Besides fentanyl, what about other poisons? Current adds include banned pharmaceuticals, veterinary products, fungicides, aspirin, benadryl, blood pressure meds and other cutting agents.