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Jan 18, 2022

A widespread fentanyl myth is scaring cops and leading to arrests. John Iadarola and Lindsey Ellefson break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/lindseyellefson/fentanyl-accidental-exposure-police?s =09
"Every year, police officers claim to have suffered near-fatal overdoses after accidentally touching fentanyl, a synthetic opioid more powerful than morphine or heroin.
“Deputy Nearly Dies of Fentanyl Overdose,” read a headline from the Sacramento Bee this summer. “Officer Exposed to Fentanyl & Transported to Local Hospital,” stated a press release from the Santa Rosa Police Department in 2020. “Police Officer Overdoses After Brushing Fentanyl Powder Off His Uniform,” read the headline on a CNN story from 2017."
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