July 19, 2012
According to the Tabloid News TMZ , “Sage Stallone — Sylvester Stallone‘s son — has died and sources tell us the cause was an overdose of pills.”. In another article, by TMZ it goes on to say, “Sources tell us officials DID find “numerous empty pill bottles” in the area where Sage’s body was discovered. No word on what types of medication the pill bottles were for.”
We’re constantly told that illegal drugs are killing so many people in the U.S., but how many legal drugs are killing people in the U.S.?
According to the World News Report: “Prescription medication abuse, or “pharmaceutical” abuse is pervasive. It affects everyone from retired executives who have had knee replacement surgery to stay-at-home moms given medication to help them sleep. In the past ten years, millions of Americans have sought treatment for pharmaceutical addiction in treatment centers across the country. Medications most often abused include: Xanax, Klonopin, Ativan/Lorazepam, Valium, Vicodin, Oxycontin, Ambien, Adderall, and Lunesta.”
How come there is not much emphasis put on the fact that legal drug deaths are on the rise? Is this due to sheer irresponsibility of the victim or on doctors or both? Are Doctors and Pharmacists becoming the new drug dealers?
Read the entire article at PlanetInfowars.com.