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Man Dies in Jail of Kratom Overdose

Man in Jail Died Of “Kratom Overdose” – Physically Impossible for Several Reasons

JULY 6, 2018

Source: Starship Earth: The Big Picture

Here’s another example of how the controllers manipulate circumstances and kill people to suit their agenda. The media jumps in to do their part and voilĂ ! — a new psyop is born, freedoms are stripped, and it’s Big Pharma to the rescue with their killer opioids at killer prices.

I wasn’t familiar with the kratom plant, and found this at Wikedpedia. They don’t even try to hide the propaganda.

In February 2018, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stated that there is no evidence that kratom is safe or effective for treating any condition.[6]

Sounds about right, eh? Florida. No surprise there. Another swamp that needs to get drained, and I don’t mean the Okefenokee. It will be easy to round these dudes up because they continue their crimes against Humanity. The evidence files are very thick. ~ BP

Zacharriah Simmer, Mitragyna speciosa tree (kratom)

Man in Jail Died Of “Kratom Overdose” – Physically Impossible for Several Reasons

May 21, 2018

By Markab Algedi, Natural Blaze

At Florida’s Indian River County jail, an autopsy report released last week claimed that a man died from a kratom overdose.

People who use kratom understand that an overdose on the leaf material is about as impossible as overdosing on weed, but for the past several months and in particular since September 2017, several suspicious stories about kratom have circulated in the headlines.

The medical examiner for District 19 in Florida ruled that inmate Zacharriah Simmer’s cause of death was an “accidental kratom overdose.” Mind you, this was county jail not prison.

Just hours before his death, on April 4th he appeared before a judge and had court. The 42 year old man was arrested the day prior on April 3rd.

This story is not only impossible on account of the fact that it’s physically impossible to overdose on kratom, but the amount required for such a hypothetical scenario would be so great, it would be completely impossible to smuggle it into prison.

The amount of kratom required to even experience symptoms like nausea, and never more severe symptoms, would be zip-lock bag sized, let’s put it like that.

A giant bag full of green powder, to even experience discomforting symptoms, even though a fatal or even mild overdose is impossible: that bag is what this guy would have had to get past jail guards and correctional officers for this to be even remotely plausible.

People don’t sneak giant green sacks of powder past jail guards and cops after court into a facility often. But you know what happens often? Police or jail guards kill people in prison and then blame drugs or give other excuses, that happens all the time.

This man was known to have an underlying heart condition, according to the autopsy. Simmer was observed making “gurgling noises” by a cellmate who reported his condition to corrections staff, and they supposedly found him unresponsive. At the time he was already in the medical wing of the jail, so one might wonder how he got there. Then, they tried to perform CPR on him and you can imagine how the rest went down.

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