Drug-busting task force lands at Brookfield Place

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March 28, 2014- Crain’s reports, “The Drug Enforcement Agency’s New York Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Strike Force—an elite, joint federal, state and local group—will take one acre of space in lower Manhattan along the Hudson River. The feds will pick up the tab.”

Editor’s note: The DEA does a good job. The abuse of prescription pain pills kills all walks of life, and the DEA was the only agency that did anything about it. The FDA was asleep at the wheel. See out interview above.

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2 Responses to Drug-busting task force lands at Brookfield Place

  1. Robert says:

    It is amazing that we are only hearing this from you!
    There are no signs posted at gateway

  2. Cathy says:

    Maybe they can do something about the Gateway pot issue! You cannot live here if you are subject to random drug tests at work. Everything reeks of pot here.

    I’m sitting here in the 400 building knocked over by the pot coming thru the walls wondering if I will pass a drug test if I have one at work next week. My clothes reek of pot and the halls reek of pot.

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