Federal agent, Samuel Krane who was fired from the agency for protesting the War on Drugs has written a tell-all book that may cause several heads to roll in the Federal Government.
According to Krane, there have been 30 million U.S. citizens arrested for drugs over the past 50 years (many of them minors).
This is unacceptable, says Krane, since the War on Drugs program was initiated in 1952 to safe-guard Americans from drugs, especially American children. There have been 5 million cases of drug over-dose leading to death, 15 million long prison terms given to Americans whose lives were ruined by drugs, and 10 million Americans who are presently addicted to drugs in one form or another.
Krane also claims in his tell-all book that each and every American whose lives have been afflicted by drugs should file a class action lawsuit against the Federal Government for pathetically and miserably failing to win the War on Drugs after being engaged in it for over 50 years, and spending a whopping 200 million dollars of tax payer's money fighting it.
Yolanda Mentidosa, spokes person for the agency fighting the War on Drugs stated the following about Krane's tell-all book.
"Samuel Krane's tell-all book exaggerates the facts. We've built over 20 new prisons in the past 50 years, and yes, we have short-comings but this is do to the agency being understaffed and underfunded. We need more money to continue the War on Drugs and it's each and every American citizen's obligation to do what they can to help us."