RCMP warning prompts communities in New Brunswick to threaten drug dealers after fentanyl death


2 thoughts on “RCMP warning prompts communities in New Brunswick to threaten drug dealers after fentanyl death

  1. Congrads to these First Nations for dealing at the lowest level instead of waiting for any outside law enforcement to do it. Addressing the drug problems within your own communities will probably have more of an impact than strangers dealing with the issue.

  2. Banishment is a serious consequence however, the drugs can still be sold by him via cousin or freind. Money is the motive and a banished member will be closer to his source and need more money to survive outside the Rez. After having nothing to lose he’ll find a way to continue. I think it’s time we have community jails for long term. Let them see their Rez from a window, see life going on without them, see their woman walk by with a new man. That would be even more cruel. Imagine being locked up for a year?

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