What the DEA Gets Wrong about the Current Fentanyl Crisis

What the DEA Gets Wrong about the Current Fentanyl Crisis

The DEA is once again missing the forest for the trees in its assessment that the sons of “El Chapo” are primarily responsible for scaling up fentanyl production and trafficking after their father’s arrest. While they may be significant players, the DEA fails to acknowledge how their own policies created the conditions that allowed fentanyl to become such a scourge.