Drug Dealing

  • Convery Interview
    • 00:00:40-00:01:59
      How did you first get introduced to the opioid epidemic?
    • 00:01:59-00:03:38
      Why his area of Philadelphia is the center of the drug crises. Trailer/teaser moments
    • 00:03:38-00:04:47
      Where are drug suppliers coming from? Where are they getting their product?
    • 00:04:47-00:05:53
      Product branding, stamps.
    • 00:05:53-00:07:02
      What is a bad batch of heroin?
    • 00:08:28-00:09:57
      What is the most prevailing issue related to the epidemic? A: The drug market violence.
    • 00:13:06-00:15:08
      How do you go about arresting drug "landlords"?
    • 00:15:08-00:17:13
      How quickly do dealers get replaced? Specifically the head of a drug ring? effectiveness of bikes.
    • 00:17:13-00:18:24
      Can Kensington be likened to a war zone?
    • 00:18:24-00:20:23
      Mentality of the rookies in relation to rapid growth.
    • 00:22:53-00:23:55
      Insight on how drug dealers manufacture the product.
    • 00:23:55-00:24:43
      How has fentanyl changed the crisis?
    • 00:24:43-00:25:46
      Has fentanyl made the job harder?
    • 00:25:46-00:26:19
      How quickly is fentanyl effecting the market?
    • 00:26:19-00:27:28
      Are most of the drugs coming from within the city or elsewhere?
    • 00:30:08-00:30:42
      Supply and demand related to this crisis.
    • 00:33:12-00:34:53
      Where do you guys do the handle in the Law Enforcement process?
    • 00:34:53-00:36:37
      Do you have any undercover officers? "They outnumber my officers"
    • 00:36:37-00:38:16
      Similar to the bikes, are there any other initiatives that give you hope?
  • Kensington
    • 00:43:44-00:54:18
      Interview of Officer Ginion inside squad car. Primary angle. Discussion: How long have you been with the Philadelphia Police Department (PPD)? You started here in Kensington? Whats one of the most surprising thing you've seen related to this epidemic? A: how long it took for people to realize the epidemic was an issue. Where are you from? Why do like being back here? Police division camaraderie. Civilian relationship. "Dip" real life example complete with gentlemen on opioids. Narcan training. Difference for heroin and any other drug. Difference that the bikes have made.
    • 00:57:12-01:00:16
      Philadelphia police officer Ginion street interview, Primary angle. Discussion: Impact of bike officers. Rookie process. Walkthrough of the literal current setting.
  • Purdue Press Conference
    • 00:00:00-00:00:33
      Introductions.
    • 00:00:33-00:01:55
      Announcement of legal action against the marketing and sale of opioid pain killers. Investigation background. Perdue failure to come up with meaningful settlement offer.
    • 00:01:55-00:02:18
      Perdue opioid epidemic impact and responsibility. Official OAG lawsuit announcement against Perdue-2:18
    • 00:02:18-00:02:18
      OAG lawsuit against Perdue detail. "Our lawsuit is the first in the nation to greatly detail how Purdue targeted Pennsylvanians with a sprawling salesforce."
    • 00:02:18-00:05:21
      Opioid background and impact by Perdue's behavior. *3:19-5:21: Statistics; drug overdose #1 accidental killer.
    • 00:05:21-00:05:52
      Perdue opioid perception. "For them opioids have been a goldmine." 5:52-"The opioid epidemic is man made."
    • 00:05:52-00:07:24
      Perdue impact and OAG thoughts. 5:52-"The opioid epidemic is man made." *6:14-Statistics: "Nearly 70 in 100 patience walked away with a prescription for opioids in 2017." 6:52- "Purdue's oxycontin's sole active ingredient, oxycodone, is a molecule nearly identical to heroin.
    • 00:07:24-00:11:48
      Perdue tactics; launching a multifaceted illegal effort targeting PA doctors and patience. *Outlined list. Good information throughout.
    • 00:11:48-00:12:59
      Purdue negligence.
    • 00:12:59-00:13:28
      OAG legal action against Perdue. "We are holding doctors criminally liable when they break the law."
    • 00:13:28-00:15:35
      Perdue opioid effect on Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Dr. Beto's actions with Perdue and statistics. Perdue negligence.
    • 00:15:35-00:16:55
      Why Perdue changing the opioid perception for market gain was wrong. Background on original opioid usage. "Specifically we alledge, they went after the elderly and veterans."
    • 00:16:55-00:17:57
      Perdue marketing. "Specifically we allege, they went after the elderly and veterans." *Number statistics on Perdue sales. "Perdue has soled more than 2.9 million prescriptions."
    • 00:17:57-00:19:16
      Perdue and previous lawsuit. And adaption to market creating "pseudo addiction."
    • 00:19:16-00:20:12
      Perdue misrepresentation. Perdue violation of the Pennsylvania unfair practices and consumer protection law. 20:00-"Back on May 2nd 2017 I sued Pharma. Legally I've been unable to talk about this suit until today."
    • 00:20:12-00:21:52
      OAG Pharma lawsuit goal.
    • 00:21:52-00:23:14
      Conclusion. 22:07: "Opioid addiction has savagely inflicted pain on the most vulnerable Pennsylvanians....Perdue owes is the thousands of Pennsylvanians.
  • Charles Rocca
    • 00:15:10-00:17:17
      Final Remarks.
  • Treatment Trends Video Clips 2
    • 00:00:00- 00:00:46
      Video Clip 10: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/5924fd02-d75d-45d2-a1dc-d7c0f519aef4 "Until we're putting together a series of insight-"
  • Treatment Trends Video Clips 3
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      Video Clips 11: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/e67c69a1-1531-4082-947a-19b2efa29be4 -Exterior b roll shot of illicit opioids being dealt. (This video includes Audio)
  • OAG-Podcast-S01E04
    • 00:03:29-00:04:30
      Drug lacing in the current drug crisis.
    • 00:13:35-00:14:21
      Overall prevalence of drug lacing in todays drug crisis.