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Thread: Anti Drugs Picket In The Sunday World

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    Default Anti Drugs Picket In The Sunday World

    Found this article in todays Sunday World.Fair play to the people who picketed this play, its sick that this man who has done so much damage to young people in Lower Crumlin and the South Inner City is doing a play about child abuse.

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    I wish someone would explain to some of the young eejits around here what class A drugs actually do to people and places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cactusflower View Post
    I wish someone would explain to some of the young eejits around here what class A drugs actually do to people and places.
    They probably dont care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by netron View Post
    can someone give a bit of background on this guys criminal past?
    Yeah he was burnt out of Dolphin House for selling Heroin to local kids so he built a big house off Sundrive Rd in Crumlin which has been shot at many times and was marched on many times in the 90s.

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    Ah well if drugs were legalised ruthless individuals like your man wouldn't be a multi millionaire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True Republican View Post
    Ah well if drugs were legalised ruthless individuals like your man wouldn't be a multi millionaire.
    And what would be good about legalising drugs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by True Republican View Post
    Ah well if drugs were legalised ruthless individuals like your man wouldn't be a multi millionaire.
    If Class A drugs were legalised there would be people robbing to pay for them just the same, and there would be billionaires not millionaires profiteering off their misery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by netron View Post
    can someone give a bit of background on this guys criminal past?
    I don't think Paul Williams has a criminal past.

    His columns are criminal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by discosunbeams View Post
    And what would be good about legalising drugs?
    It would take away the market from organised crime and the manufacture of drugs would be properly regulated, quite frankly that story that came out in the paper I couldn't care less about all the scummy little junkies who are stupid enough to take heroin.

    The war on drugs is unwinnable, stop trying to fight an unwinnable war.

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