by Mary Wilder, Newstarget
It should come as no surprise that the Drug Enforcement Administration is up to no good once again. Over the years, being corrupt has become their M.O. for the most part, frequently stepping beyond the boundaries of the law in order to make unjust arrests that inevitably line their pockets with dirty money.
Because of this, it is far from shocking that the DEA is now trying to gain full access to the American public’s prescription information without having to obtain consent. But what’s even more infuriating than that is that in 31 states across the country, this is already a reality — and you may not even know it yet.
In an article published by Fox 4 Now , journalists Mark Greenblatt and Angela M. Hill report, “The disclosures to police agencies often take place without notifying the person targeted in a search and without offering a chance to object. That means no court ever approves the release of records that can reveal treatment for private medical conditions such as cancer, psychiatric disorders, HIV or gender reassignment.”
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