Robust Verbs – imagination

Heroin addicts support their habits by committing crimes in Vancouver. The “free heroin for addicts” programs drive to stop the addicts is not enough as the addicts are too dependent on the drug, which increases the crime rate. It is obvious that addicts have a hard time with life like jobs, social aspects of life, and relationships because their brain fiends for the heroin. Common crimes committed include burglary as well as stealing. How far addicts will go to retrieve heroin to feed their addiction is limitless . The program won’t help to completely stop these addicts of using heroin, but will try to save the city from rising crime rates. By providing the drug, these addicts will be off the streets, which can prevent them from committing minor street crimes, and keep them out of the emergency room. It is pointless that the hospitals have to deal with people that want to use bad drugs or unsanitary needles and find themselves being unable to afford hospital bills and hard to cope without the drug. This program can fix the city but not the disease of addiction that these people face, since they still give heroin.

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1 Response to Robust Verbs – imagination

  1. davidbdale says:

    Inventive and ambitious solutions that often fail but are still admirable.


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