Kids from Tumblr meet up to make videos Shooting up a speed ball….So weird
This is so sad to watch. What makes someone so beautiful turn to something ugly to make them feel better? Have you ever used these drugs? Can you give some insight? Use the comments below to tell us your experiences
At what point over the last few years did making videos of drug use become popular? Did you know that guys PAY these girls MONEY so they can buy drugs and make videos of them shooting up? I guess some sick men get a chubby over this stuff. They like to see a person beg to survive without wanting to die. Drugs are evil. People taking advantage of the aftermath are even more evil.
I feel so bad for this young lady. I can see the misery and pain in her eyes. I would love to talk to her and find out her story.
Name: Krista Deluca
Location: Santa Cruz, California
DOD: Sep 29, 2015
Krista DeLuca was taken from us all too soon. She passed away to due severe heroin withdrawal, and the lack of care she received whilst incarcerated at the Santa Cruz County Jail. We’re attempting to have the Jail investigated, and bring justice to our dear friend Krista.
Name: Matthew P. Hill
Location: Saratoga Springs, New York
DOD: October 13th, 2016
City police are investigating the death of an Oneonta man as likely caused by an overdose of illegal drugs.
Matthew P. Hill, 45, of 1A Orchard St., was found dead at about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday but had died several days before, according to Oneonta Police Department Lt. Douglas Brenner.
A family member who hadn’t heard from Hill went to check on him, then called Emergency 911 for help, according to Brenner, who said authorities responded to find a person down and not breathing.
Brenner said a coroner was at the scene and Hill’s body has been sent to a hospital for an autopsy.
Hill had a needle in his hand and a tourniquet on, an indication of heroin use, Brenner said. An investigation is continuing and toxicology results are pending to determine the cause of death, the lieutenant said.
City police had arrested Hill on a felony drug possession charge Aug. 18 after an investigation into illegal narcotics trafficking. After a search warrant was served, police confiscated 78 bags of heroin and cash.
Name: Jesse Rathmann
Location: Wellington, Florida
DOD: November 01, 2016
Jesse A. Rathmann, 26, of Wellington, Florida passed away November 1, 2016. Jesse was the beloved son Joanne Rathmann and William Dunn; loving father of Leonardo and Giavanni Rathmann; the dearest grandson of Donna Dunn and Dean & Arlene Poupis; and the dear brother of Rachael. Chapel services are 9AM on Sunday November 6, 2016 at Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, 11115 Jog Rd., Boynton Beach, Florida 33437 followed by entombment at Eternal Light Memorial Gardens in Boynton Beach. Contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of choice.
Name: Allie Weidner
Location: Honesdale, Pennsylvania
DOD: May 13, 2017
Allison Elisabeth Weidner, 21, of Honesdale, died on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale.
Born on March 5, 1996 in Honesdale, she is the daughter of Larry and Luanne Westbrook Weidner of Honesdale. She attended Honesdale High School and was a member of St. John the Evangelist Parish in Honesdale. During her teenage years, she enjoyed volunteering at Wayne Memorial Hospital.
She was an avid cross country runner and enjoyed pottery and the arts. Most of all, Allie loved her daughter Anna.
She was employed at the Alpine Restaurant where she was a cook.
Also surviving is her daughter Anna Lee Rake; her brothers John and Mark Weidner; her sister Jennifer Weidner-Clark and husband Frank; nephews Dale Weidner, Mahlon Clark and Joshua Clark; her maternal grandmother Joan Westbrook; aunts, uncles and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather L. Sterling Westbrook and paternal grandfather John J. Weidner.
A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, May 18th at St. Mary Magdalen Church, Honesdale at 10 am. Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Arrangements by Hessling Funeral Home, Inc., 428 Main St. Honesdale, PA.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Wayne County Heroin Prevention Task Force, 252 Grandview Ave. Honesdale, PA 18431 or waynecountyheroinpreventiontaskforce.com
Name: Elizabeth Loranzo
Location: Middletown, Ohio
DOD: Mar 19, 2017
Liz had battled addiction through a rehab program in the summer of 2015 and was in recovery for 19 months when she relapsed and died from heroin laced fentanyl during a bout with depression. She leaves behind her finance Kyle and her then 9-month-old son Carson. Liz was a loving, warm, beautiful and funny young woman who was a very talented beautician who loved making her clients feel special and beautiful on the inside and out.
In the wake of Liz’s untimely death, her family started the I Care Foundation for Elizabeth (Liz) Loranzo, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a voice for addicts and addiction; educating parents and loved ones; help for those battling depression, anxiety, domestic abuse and alcoholism; and is committed to saving lives. The Foundation promotes Compassion, Advocacy, Recovery and Education (CARE).