Faisal Hassain had a brother named Fahad, the brother is in a coma of an apparent drug overdose.
In 2017 Fahad police found 33 guns and 42 kilograms of a deadly drug known as carfentanil, a deadly drug so potent that one grain can bring down a elephant, that’s what it was originally designed to do in the 70’s reports Faith Goldy.
But is carfentanil just a drug? A quick google search brought this up:
The toxicity of carfentanil has been compared to that of nerve gas, according to the Associated Press’ article “Chemical weapon for sale: China’s unregulated narcotic”. The article quoted Andrew C. Weber, Assistant US Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Defense Programs from 2009 to 2014, as saying “It’s a weapon. Companies shouldn’t be just sending it to anybody.” Weber added “Countries that we are concerned about were interested in using it for offensive purposes… We are also concerned that groups like ISIS could order it commercially.” Weber described various ways carfentanil could be used as a weapon, such as knocking troops out and taking them hostage or killing civilians in closed spaces such as train stations.
So why would a small time street dealer need 42 kilograms? Watch below as Faith Goldy explains.
It’s very simple to connect the dots, but maybe we need to wait until the brother wakes up from his coma to get more answers.