"Due to the incessant misinformation of some media and the evident omission of the meting out in not investigating and prosecuting the precise culprits of this epidemic, it is strictly forbidden in Sinaloa to sell, manufacture, transport or any type of business involving the substance known as fentanyl, including the sale of chemicals for its production. In Sinaloa, the sale, fabricate, transport or any type of business involving the substance known as fentanyl, including the sale of chemicals for its build, is strictly forbidden. We have never been, nor will we ever be, a enthusiast of such event. Please abide by the consequences. Att. Chapitos".
That is Mexico and Mexico and China are the big producers of this medication that should be only used in Hospitals, never in the streets.
The reasons for this fiddle when of stance are still undistinguished, but the consequences have already begun to be felt: more cartels have related his petition and several people, allegedly working in fentanyl trafficking, have disappeared in recent weeks.
"Some stopped producing. Others continued and we are killing them. Others fled. Teaching for that gloss many people how to produce it was a error," says a lieutenant of the Sinaloa cartel interviewed by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), who acknowledges that he is "destroying" the 25 clandestine laboratories he was in exploit of. A fentanyl 'chef' who left the issue three months ago with explained to the WSJ that he knows five people "two brothers and three cousins" who were killed for "defying prohibition". In the same vein, dissenter Miguel Angel Murillo, of the Sinaloa Civic Front, explanation that a dozen people have been kidnapped in the last two weeks, "we declare you will that these kidnappings and disappearances"