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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-31-05 10:47 PM
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42. Interesting word, "Counselor."
Here's an interview with one of the DEA agents on record as stating that the US Government -- CIA -- turned its back on drug dealing. The late Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Gary Webb was ruined for daring mention that "associates" of Iran-Contra CIA contacts were involved. Please see Post 41 for details.

Back to "Counselor"...

DEA Agent Michael Levine

by Linda Davis Kyle

Michael Levine is one of the most celebrated drug enforcement agents in the history of the Drug Enforcement Administration. During his 25-year career Levine arrested more than 3,000 criminals and confiscated millions of dollars worth of drugs. His training included that from the Bureau of Alcohol, Drugs and Firearms, U.S. Customs, Drug Enforcement Administration. He served as a special agent for the Organized Crime Division of the IRS and BATF; as the assistant group supervisor of the FBI/DEA task force; inspector of DEA field operations wordwide; and special operation officer to South America.

Levine knows personally the devastation that drugs can cause. He lost his brother, David, who ended his 19-year addiction to heroin with a suicide note that read, Im sorry. I just cant stand the drugs anymore. Levine also lost his best friend: his only son who never used drugs to the villainy of narcotics. On December 28, 1991, off-duty New York Police Sgt. Keith Richard Levine, 27, was murdered by a crack addict attempting robbery who had a lengthy arrest record including two previous homicide convictions.


PC: How can counselors redefine societys concept of narcotic addicts?

ML: They can disclose that the majority of homicides in this nation are fueled directly by druggies who pay from $50 to $100 billion a year directly to the massive death machine known as the drug economy.

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