[ibogaine] Eating the Patch...

Carla Barnes carlambarnes at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 23 01:51:16 EDT 2002

This is one of those things that happens to many
times, I know soooooooooooo many people who sell their
pain meds. Whatever happens is going to be so awful
for that lady. Her nephew is already dead and I'm sure
the media will have so much fun turning her into some
kind of evil drug dealing monster. 

Carla B

--- Dana Beal <dana at cures-not-wars.org> wrote:
> So how can you expect some one on a fixed income NOT
> to sell a bit of 
> their medicine?
> Dana/cnw
> Pubdate: Wed, 17 Jul 2002
> Source: Baltimore Sun (MD)
> Copyright: 2002 The Baltimore Sun, a Times Mirror
> Newspaper.
> Contact: letters at baltsun.com
> Website: http://www.sunspot.net/
> Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/37
> Authors: Sheridan Lyons and Athima Chansanchai
> Man Overdosed Abusing Pain Patch Medication
> A Carroll County woman has been charged with
> involuntary manslaughter in
> the death of her 27-year-old nephew, who overdosed
> after eating the gel
> from a pain medication patch that is sometimes
> abused for its heroin-like high.
> Regina Raye Kesselring, 47, of New Windsor also was
> charged with drug
> distribution and reckless endangerment in the death
> Feb. 4 of Steven E.
> Spivey, a heroin user who had been "begging" her for
> one of the Duragesic
> patches she had been prescribed, court records show.
> Kesselring, who lives on disability payments of less
> than $600 a month,
> told police she sold her nephew the patch for $50 -
> and also said she had
> sold him patches two other times to supplement her
> $545-a-month disability
> income, according to the charging documents.
> URL:
> http://www.mapinc.org/drugnews/v02.n1344.a11.html
> ------------------------------

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