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The article is the result of a parent and sibling who needed to set the story straight.
Nevertheless, the intentionally-false message was sent.. and the other papers picked it up pushed it along. And though we, the LA FP, brought the facts to the Front Page, the ball was rolling.
Was it a good thing – pinning a young man’s death, in part, on a psychedelic – or the ultimate irony? Best to tell the young public how drug use could be devastating – with manufactured facts – or worse not to present the real story and bury the possibility of discovering their true potential?
…THIS column is awaiting a (your) cogent, comparative view of how we, as a society, have progressed (or not) from the report given on the left. Are we at the Tipping Point of the societal shift that the LA Free Press helped to establish more than 50 years ago?
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