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Man charged with murdering his mother after she converted to Christianity from Islam

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A man in northern Israel has been charged with murdering his mother in response to her conversion from Islam to Christianity, the Times of Israel reported Monday.

What are the details?

According to charging documents, 27-year-old Muad Hib reportedly set up a meeting with his mother, 46-year-old Rasha Muklasha, on Aug. 5 near Nazareth with the intention of killing her and disposing of her remains.

Hib allegedly picked up Muklasha in his car, then “strangled [her] with a rope or his hands, alone or with others, with the intention of causing her death,” the court documents reportedly said.

Prosecutors argue it was his mother’s conversion approximately 15 years earlier that served as the motivation for the heinous premeditated murder.

They recounted that Muklasha had left her husband and cut ties with her five children — including Hib — in 2006 when she moved to Nof HaGalil and converted to Christianity, an act forbidden in Muslim communities.

But in recent months, Muklasha had resumed contact with several of her children following the passing of her ex-husband. Yet even after more than a decade, prosecutors say that her conversion of faith “greatly angered” Hib, who ultimately sought revenge.

What else?

After strangling Muklasha to death, Hib searched for a place to hide the body, eventually ramming through a police roadblock before traveling to the Jordan River. There, he dug a pit and buried the body under rocks and dry leaves “to obscure the body’s location and make it harder to locate,” prosecutors alleged.

But according to the Times of Israel, later that day, the suspect rammed through a second roadblock that had been set up as a part of the investigation, alerting police, who chased the suspect and captured him near Nahalal.

The news outlet noted that two of Hib’s brothers, ages 23 and 30, were also arrested, but it was not clear if they would be charged.

Police reportedly searched the area intently using helicopters, canine, cavalry, and reconnaissance tracker units and discovered Muklasha’s remains roughly 26 hours after the arrest.

During a news conference, Northern District chief Shimon Lavi touted “the rapid work of investigators in locating the suspect” and the “rapid and extensive operation to locate the victim’s body.”

Gabby Petito’s father delivers heartrending eulogy during daughter’s funeral, warns of toxic relationships

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The late Gabby Petito‘s father, Joe Petito, delivered a moving eulogy during his daughter’s Sunday funeral, warning against the dangers of toxic relationships and proclaiming that he is now “traveling the path the Lord has taken me.”

Petito’s family and friends gathered at Long Island’s Moloney Holbrook Funeral Home to pay their last respects to the 22-year-old. Gabby disappeared during a cross-country trip with her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie, who returned from the trip earlier in September in her van — but without her. Authorities discovered her remains in a remote area of Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming earlier this month and determined that she was a victim of homicide.

Laundrie, who remains a person of interest in the case, disappeared soon after her family filed a missing persons report. Laundrie’s whereabouts remain unknown at the time of this reporting as investigators continue a manhunt for him.

What are the details?

According to a Monday report from Faithwire, a prayer card handed out at the service read, “Do not grieve for me, for I am free. I am traveling a path the Lord has taken me. Be not burdened with times of sorrow. I wish for you the sunshine of tomorrow. Perhaps my time seemed too brief. Do not lengthen it with undue grief. Lift up your hearts and share with me the memories that will always be.”

Various reports note that hundreds of mourners showed up to pay their respects to Gabby.

During the service, Joe said, “I don’t want you guys to be sad. Gabby didn’t live that way. That wasn’t her way. … If you knew Gabby, she was always a happy girl. People would gravitate to her, her nature was always to smile and treat everybody kind. She always made people feel welcome. … She always treated people with respect. It didn’t really matter. … She cared.”

He advised anyone who might be in a toxic relationship to use his daughter’s situation as an example and to honor her life by leaving.

“I want you to take a look at these pictures, and I want you to be inspired by Gabby,” he said. “That’s what we’re looking for; that’s something that I want to see. If there’s a trip you guys want to take, take it. Now. Do it now, while you have the time. If there is a relationship that you’re in that might not be the best thing for you, leave it. Now.”

Gabby’s stepfather, Jim Schmidt — who also spoke at the service — also lamented the loss of a daughter and said, “My grandmother told me — she’s going to be 100 next month — when we buried my mom earlier this year, ‘Parents aren’t supposed to bury their children. That’s not how life is supposed to work, but it is an unfortunate reality.'”

“Gabby, at 22 years old, helped teach me that you can always make money, but you can’t make up for lost time,” he continued. “Gabby loved life and lived her life every single day. … She is an example for all of us to live life, to enjoy every moment in this beautiful world that she did. Love and give love, like she did.”

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Horowitz: Louisiana AG Jeff Landry warns pharmacies against blocking COVID treatment

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“Never have pharmacists been allowed to practice medicine and get between a doctor and his patient,” stated Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry in an interview with TheBlaze. “Most certainly not in middle of a pandemic.”

State attorney general might not be the elected position that comes to mind when assessing the pandemic response, but Landry believes that his counterparts in other states have a vital role to play in ensuring that pharmacies, medical boards, and licensing boards are following the laws.

Earlier this month, Landry became the first attorney general to publicly warn pharmacists against blocking COVID-related prescriptions, particularly for ivermectin. His letter was in response to an August memo from the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy titled, “Do not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19.”

In the letter to the board, Landry notes that the FDA has given clear guidance that physicians can always prescribe off-label FDA-approved drugs “when they judge that it is medically appropriate for their patient.” In fact, the FDA has made it clear that there is a particularly strong rationale for prescribing off label if there is no “approved drug to treat your disease or medical condition.” In this case, we are in middle of the pandemic, and pharmacy and licensing boards are not offering patients any other options for treatment of inflammation and thrombosis, two of the main COVID ailments for which there are numerous therapeutics that have been proven effective.

Landry also cites the Louisiana Medical Practice Act, which clearly precludes pharmacists from actively diagnosing and practicing medicine, something many of them have done by asking doctors for a diagnosis before filling the prescription. “Upon reviewing this act, I find nothing that would allow the board to second guess the sound medical judgement of a physician when it comes to prescribing legal drugs to their patients, nor do I see anything that allows pharmacists generally to object to off-label use of FDA approved drugs,” warned the conservative stalwart.

When I brought up with the attorney general the fact that some states have some form of a conscience exception for pharmacists to deny contraception when it violates their beliefs, he found it amusing that suddenly now pharmacists would discover a conscience — against a WHO essential drug in middle of a pandemic. “I don’t know where their conscience was when they were giving out opioids like M&Ms,” retorted the indignant Landry. “Ivermectin is not even a scheduled drug. All of a sudden they found a conscience.”

Landry believes that fighting back against woke censorship of lifesaving prescriptions is important to preserving health and freedom. “What’s always been great about American health care is that we allowed our doctors to practice their trade freely and do what’s best for their patients. What’s happening now is that big chain pharmacies are making the determination of whether to treat this virus. That was never, ever the job of the pharmacist. After verifying it’s a legitimate prescription by a licensed doctor, they no longer have any license to do anything but fill the prescription.”

Unfortunately, with the higher viral loads of the virus in recent months, patients have precious few days to obtain a prescription before potentially facing the dangerous cytokine storm that causes the pulmonary inflammation. Doctors in all 50 states have reported problems getting prescriptions filled for their patients.

“It’s not just ivermectin,” warned Dr. Mollie James, a Missouri ICU doctor, in an interview with TheBlaze. “I’ve had patients refused for any reason. Pharmacists have told them the scripts were ‘flagged’ as for COVID and ‘kicked out’ all of the scripts. I’ve had pharmacists refuse to fill an antibiotic for someone because they ‘think we’re using it to treat COVID.'”

James has volunteered to work in New York City ICUs since the beginning of the pandemic and understands more than almost anyone the importance of treating this virus from day one, which is why she is now helping treat people outpatient so they won’t wind up in an ICU. “I regularly have patients infuriated and in tears because they are sick and scared to death they will end up in a hospital because they can’t get their medications. There is a predictable timeline, and if people are having trouble breathing, I have about 24-48 hours to get them treated or they will end up in a hospital on oxygen. I can get anyone meds in 3-5 days, but sometimes that’s not enough.”

In Louisiana, the board has updated its guidance in response to Landry’s inquiry and has stated that the board has no policy regarding ivermectin. “As a reminder, pharmacists have the right to exercise discretion when presented with any prescription, including ivermectin,” wrote Malcolm Broussard, executive director of the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy, in a follow-up memo.

However, that sounds like they are still winking and nodding at policies percolating throughout the big pharmacy chains to obstruct as many prescriptions as possible, as I’m hearing from desperate patients throughout the country. Also, with the war on supply making the product more scarce, the price is rising well beyond what a generic, off-patent drug should cost. With insurance companies balking at ivermectin prescriptions, many people cannot afford the cost if they are forced to go to a smaller pharmacy that will gouge them.

For his part, Landry is monitoring the war on treatment for legal violations across the spectrum of health care in his state, which includes medical boards that are threatening doctors who are treating COVID. “We absolutely are monitoring both the medical board and licensing board for malicious prosecution beyond their purview because I believe that government actors who engage in that behavior are engaging malfeasance,” he said.

Ultimately, he believes more people need to join the fight to ensure that insurance companies, pharmacies, and medical boards don’t collude to shut out lifesaving treatment. “State legislators are going to have to step up, along with private litigation,” he advised. “AGs should also be on the lookout to make sure doctors are free to practice medicine with undue interference.”

What is so tragic is that while pharmacists block one of the safest drugs of all time, they are applying “an honor system” to those getting a booster shot that has spawned hundreds of thousands of adverse reactions. The CDC has announced that it will trust that people coming for the third shot are among the designated at-risk groups. I already know people who have gone to my local Walgreens to get a third shot weeks before it was even approved for those over age 65. They give them out like candy, yet a Nobel prize-winning drug is assailed like it’s hemlock.

The million-dollar question is – why? “Why would the government want to discourage doctors working with their patients to try to find drugs that have the ability to therapeutically heal American citizens, especially when they are more effective and cost-effective?” wondered Landry.

‘The View’ co-hosts reportedly ‘pissed’ over their false positive COVID-19 tests — which chaotically derailed ‘important’ show featuring VP Kamala Harris

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“The View” co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were reportedly victims of false positive COVID-19 test results,
Page Six reports.

Hostin and Navarro were unceremoniously
yanked from Friday’s broadcast of the hit daytime TV show after reportedly testing positive for COVID-19 halfway through the show, on which Vice President Kamala Harris was a guest.

What are the details?

According to the report, one person reported to have inside knowledge of the incident said, “[Sunny] is definitely returning to the studio [on Monday]. [Parent company] Disney said they’re clear. No quarantining is necessary.”

The outlet noted that both Hostin and Navarro immediately took subsequent rapid and PCR tests — both of which came back negative.

A second insider said that they are “95 percent” certain that Hostin will be in the studio on Monday.

Navarro is reportedly set to resume her regular hosting studies “later this week.”

“[Hostin and Navarro] were p***ed because everyone’s been waiting for this big interview for two weeks now, and then it was derailed because of a false positive,” one insider told the outlet.

The two are also reported to be unhappy with the way that the situation unfolded, and were dismayed over how their allegedly positive results were announced on-air — without their permission.

“It was not OK,” the insider added. “They made the decision to reveal their COVID-19 results in the heat of the moment when they should’ve gone to commercial break. They could’ve stopped, and thought about how to handle it, as opposed to being crazy on air and running around like chickens with their heads cut off.”

Following an abrupt commercial break, co-host Joy Behar returned and told audience members, “OK, since this is going to be a major news story any minute now, what happened is, Sunny and Ana both apparently tested positive for COVID. No matter how hard we try, these things happen, they probably have a breakthrough case and they’ll be OK, I’m sure, because they’re both vaccinated up the wazoo, you know, a lot of vaccines!”

What else?

Parent company ABC has yet to issue a public statement on the incident, and multiple sources, according to Page Six, are panning the testing protocol as an “epic fail.”

“It was so crazy,” the outlet’s second source continued. “Nobody knew what was going on. Everyone at ABC had a different answer about what was going on.”

Hostin has yet to publicly address the matter at the time of this reporting, but Navarro has said that she has taken three tests that have all returned a negative result.

Navarro on Saturday
tweeted, “Whew! Very thankful to have gotten a third negative PCR test result this afternoon. Headed home to Chacha’s dad.”

She also shared an Instagram video in which she lambasted the “false alarm” test result.

“Obviously, what happened yesterday was a false positive — a very public, very inopportune, very melodramatic false positive,” Navarro said in the video. “Thank you to all of you who checked in. … I didn’t get my g**d**** margarita last night, but I’m gonna get one tonight. Wishing you all a good day.”

‘The View’ co-hosts reportedly ‘pissed’ over their false positive COVID-19 tests — which chaotically derailed ‘important’ show featuring VP Kamala Harris

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“The View” co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were reportedly victims of false positive COVID-19 test results,
Page Six reports.

Hostin and Navarro were unceremoniously
yanked from Friday’s broadcast of the hit daytime TV show after reportedly testing positive for COVID-19 halfway through the show, on which Vice President Kamala Harris was a guest.

What are the details?

According to the report, one person reported to have inside knowledge of the incident said, “[Sunny] is definitely returning to the studio [on Monday]. [Parent company] Disney said they’re clear. No quarantining is necessary.”

The outlet noted that both Hostin and Navarro immediately took subsequent rapid and PCR tests — both of which came back negative.

A second insider said that they are “95 percent” certain that Hostin will be in the studio on Monday.

Navarro is reportedly set to resume her regular hosting studies “later this week.”

“[Hostin and Navarro] were p***ed because everyone’s been waiting for this big interview for two weeks now, and then it was derailed because of a false positive,” one insider told the outlet.

The two are also reported to be unhappy with the way that the situation unfolded, and were dismayed over how their allegedly positive results were announced on-air — without their permission.

“It was not OK,” the insider added. “They made the decision to reveal their COVID-19 results in the heat of the moment when they should’ve gone to commercial break. They could’ve stopped, and thought about how to handle it, as opposed to being crazy on air and running around like chickens with their heads cut off.”

Following an abrupt commercial break, co-host Joy Behar returned and told audience members, “OK, since this is going to be a major news story any minute now, what happened is, Sunny and Ana both apparently tested positive for COVID. No matter how hard we try, these things happen, they probably have a breakthrough case and they’ll be OK, I’m sure, because they’re both vaccinated up the wazoo, you know, a lot of vaccines!”

What else?

Parent company ABC has yet to issue a public statement on the incident, and multiple sources, according to Page Six, are panning the testing protocol as an “epic fail.”

“It was so crazy,” the outlet’s second source continued. “Nobody knew what was going on. Everyone at ABC had a different answer about what was going on.”

Hostin has yet to publicly address the matter at the time of this reporting, but Navarro has said that she has taken three tests that have all returned a negative result.

Navarro on Saturday
tweeted, “Whew! Very thankful to have gotten a third negative PCR test result this afternoon. Headed home to Chacha’s dad.”

She also shared an Instagram video in which she lambasted the “false alarm” test result.

“Obviously, what happened yesterday was a false positive — a very public, very inopportune, very melodramatic false positive,” Navarro said in the video. “Thank you to all of you who checked in. … I didn’t get my g**d**** margarita last night, but I’m gonna get one tonight. Wishing you all a good day.”

Glenn Beck: Here’s how the 15k Haitians got to our border and WHO they are

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Todd Bensman, senior national security fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, joined Glenn Beck on the radio program to share the new information he’s gathered after spending time with the thousands of Haitians who arrived at our southern border earlier this month.

Bensman explained how the Haitian migrants got to Del Rio, Texas, where they actually came from, and why Democrats should stop pretending this group is in “dire straits” for a better life.

“Most of the Haitians that are coming are not fleeing earthquakes in Haiti. And they’re not fleeing presidential assassination. Or even grinding poverty. They have been living in Chile and Brazil for many years … in relative prosperity. And with resident cards. And with permission to work in those countries,” Bensman said. “But they saw the Biden administration opening the border, bang, in January [and] February and they started to come en masse. And that is really what is behind this. These people are not asylum seekers, like a lot of Democrats are saying. Lawmakers on the progressive left [are] talking about, you know, we have to bring in these poor people who are in dire straits. They are not in dire straits at all. And I think people need to understand that, when they apply for asylum, they will be lying and committing mass asylum fraud, because they’re going to skip over the fact that they were living safely and securely in these other countries.”

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Teacher ordered to take down ‘political’ Thin Blue Line flag honoring her brother, a former cop — but Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ symbols are just fine

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A school district in western Washington state ordered a teacher to take down a pro-police Thin Blue Line flag in her classroom that honors her brother since it’s a “political symbol” and could cause a “disruption” — yet Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ symbols and messages apparently are just fine, Jason Rantz of
KTTH-AM reported.

What are the details?

Chris Sutherland — the brother of the unnamed teacher at Marysville Middle School, which is about 40 minutes north of Seattle — is a former officer who served with the Marysville Police Department and also was a school resource officer during a deadly high school shooting in the city, Rantz wrote.

Sutherland’s sister initially placed a Thin Blue Line sticker on her laptop to honor her brother and other law enforcement officers, KTTH noted — but an assistant principal objected to the sticker.

Rantz — citing a human resources document on the incident — reported that the assistant principal had “concerns about how students, families, and community members might interpret what the image is intending to communicate, and that this interpretation may cause a disruption to the learning environment.”

But the objections were soon dropped, KTTH reported.

The HR document added that the the teacher also displayed a Thin Blue Line flag on her classroom’s bulletin board surrounded by photos of her brother, Rantz wrote.

Well, that prompted a second assistant principal to order the teacher to take down the flag, KTTH said.

“They told her that it’s controversial to have that flag up,” Sutherland told Rantz on his KTTH program. “That it makes kids and staff feel unsafe, which to me, that does not make sense at all.”

Rantz added that an HR representative from Marysville School District 25 sent the teacher a letter of clarification about the issue indicating officials were “highly concerned about the impact of this political symbol on students, staff, and families of Marysville Middle School” and that there were “concerns from other staff members about how this political symbol might negatively impact the overall professional work environment.”

Remove the flag!

The letter ordered the teacher to remove the flag and told her her to “refrain from using the ‘Thin Blue Line Flag’ symbol” in the classroom, KTTH said, adding that failure to do so “may result in further disciplinary action.”

The district confirmed to the station that the situation is a personnel matter and wouldn’t comment. Rantz added that while the letter of clarification said the district supports police, a district spokesperson wouldn’t explain why a Thin Blue Line flag is banned for being political while Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ messages and symbols are allowed.

BLM, LGBTQ messages apparently are no problem

Sutherland told Rantz that his sister has seen BLM messages in classrooms and “hanging on walls, which she was told is OK. Just for whatever reason, just the Thin Blue Line flag cannot be hung up there.” Rantz added that the teacher also displayed an LGBTQ pride flag to support a gay family member.

Yet, KTTH said, symbols of BLM and LGBTQ — which have political undertones — haven’t been targeted by the district for removal.

Teacher takes down Thin Blue Line flag

Rantz said the teacher took down her Thin Blue Line flag display but told the district that the ordeal “has been the most traumatic and hostile” experience for her at the school to date.

She added that the order to remove the flag came from “an agenda rather than really wanting to gain any understanding of me, who I am, or my story,” she added in respond to the HR rep, KTTH reported.

LOUDER WITH CROWDER: Chris Cuomo Gets ‘MeTooed’

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Last week, Chris Cuomo was accused of sexual harassment, so today, Crowder is going through his brother Andrew’s accusations. Then, vaccinated celebrities keep getting COVID, Billie Eilish said she lost followers because of boobs, and the mainstream media doesn’t want you to know what’s happening at the border. That and more on Monday’s episode of “Louder with Crowder”.

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New audio from 911 dispatcher proves officers were informed that Brian Laundrie was aggressor in domestic incident

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New audio from 911 dispatchers show that Utah police who responded to a call about a potential domestic violence incident between Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie had been informed that Laundrie was the aggressor.

The audio throws yet another wrench into the wild story that has gripped the nation.

What is the background?

Audio from the 911 call that triggered the Aug. 12 interaction between Utah police and Petito and Laundrie indicated that Laundrie was the aggressor.

The anonymous 911 caller told dispatchers that he had witnessed a “domestic dispute.” The caller told dispatchers, “We drove by and the gentleman was slapping the girl.”

The dispatcher responded, “He was slapping her?”

“Yes,” the caller responded. “And then we stopped. They ran up and down the sidewalk. He proceeded to hit her, hopped in the car, and they drove off.”

That message seemed not to have been relayed to responding officers. In fact, bodycam footage from one police officer showed that law enforcement thought Petito was the aggressor. At one point, police even photographed parts of Laundrie’s body to document evidence of the alleged dispute.

What are the details?

The audio, obtained by Fox News, proves that 911 dispatchers relayed that the witness had identified Laundrie as the aggressor.

“RP [reporting party] states seeing a male hit a female. Domestic. He got into a white Ford transit van. Has a black ladder on the back…Florida plate of QFTG03,” the dispatcher said.

“The van turned right onto Main Street from Moonflower Market and headed north onto Main Street,” the dispatcher continued.

When a responding officer asked for information on the 911 caller, the dispatcher responded, “Phone number is [redacted], name’s [redacted].”

“I’m not sure [inaudible], but the female who got hit, they both — the male and the female — both got into the van and headed north,” the dispatcher reiterated.

What happens now?

Attention will now turn to the responding law enforcement officers and why they treated Petito like the aggressor despite Laundrie being identified as the one who assaulted Petito.

The City of Moab has requested an external investigation into how officers responded.

The city said in a statement, CNN reported:

The Moab City Police Department has clear standards for officer conduct during a possible domestic dispute and our officers are trained to follow those standards and protocol. At this time, the City of Moab is unaware of any breach of Police Department policy during this incident. However, the City will conduct a formal investigation and, based on the results, will take any next steps that may be appropriate.

Utah attorney Brett Tolman, a former U.S. attorney for the District of Utah, told Fox News the officers involved in the stop will probably face disciplinary action.

“I think they will find that they sort of manipulated the situation to not take someone into custody,” Tolman said. “I think the fact that they had another eyewitness that is not involved in it, and is objective, and said ‘he hit her’ … you’re going to have a majority of officers take him into custody.”

Utah law, in fact, mandates an arrest or citation in situations like the alleged domestic incident between Petito and Laundrie.

“[W]hen a peace officer responds to a domestic violence call and has probable cause to believe that an act of domestic violence has been committed, the peace officer shall arrest without a warrant or shall issue a citation to any person that the peace officer has probable cause to believe has committed an act of domestic violence,” the Utah statute reads.

Authorities seize super-haul of synthetic opioid potent enough to kill more than 50 million people

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Authorities have
arrested two California residents in connection with the discovery of a massive, 46-pound haul of synthetic opioid.

What are the details?

Andres Jesus Morales, 30, and Christine Ponce, 27 — also known as Alyssa Christine Ponce in some reporting — were both charged with four felony counts of possession of a controlled substance for sale, the Riverside District Attorney’s Office said in a Thursday statement, according to
USA Today.

Officials from the Riverside Police Department discovered the drug — carfentanil — as well as nearly eight pounds of cocaine and two pounds of heroin during an August raid on a Perris, California, residence.

The report noted that carfentanil — a synthetic opioid — is “typically used as a tranquilizing agent for elephants and other large mammals.”

“When administered to humans, the drug is 10,000 times more potent than morphine and 100 times more potent than fentanyl,” the outlet added.

In a statement on the find, the district attorney’s office said, “If mixed with other drugs, the 21 kilos of carfentanil seized could have been enough to potentially kill more than 50 million people.”

The statement added that both Morales and Ponce pleaded not guilty to the charges. The two are being held in the Robert Presley Detention Center without bail and are set to attend a Nov. 9 court hearing.

“Since the beginning of the year, Riverside police detectives in the department’s Narcotics Unit have been investigating a suspected drug trafficking organization believed to be supplying fentanyl, cocaine, and heroin in Riverside County,” the statement added.

KTLA-TV reported that Riverside County authorities have been investigating a suspected drug trafficking ring that they believed were supplying fentanyl, cocaine, heroin, and more in the county.

The station noted that at least 11 people face charges for reportedly selling fentanyl and other opioids.

The investigation into the criminal behavior is ongoing.

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