Overtaken Documentary (Edited) [Original Version]


Overtaken Documentary (Edited) [Original Version] – Jodi Barber and Christine Brant have teamed up with Ashley Media to produce a documentary about the ongoing prescription pill epidemic in Orange County. Please visit onechoicecandestroy.com to learn more about Jodi and Christine’s fight against this crisis, and take a second to share this with your friends and family. Please also check out previous videos of Jodi’s, such as Mark Melkonian’s Tree Dedication and the 2011 Aliso Niguel Drug Assembly. Edited to preserve the identities of a few individuals included in the original film by Kaard Bombe.


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7 Responses to Overtaken Documentary (Edited) [Original Version]

  • xJosh5 says:

    HHS for? life!!!!

  • Tim ewejin says:

    The information regarding Cannabis on this documentary is false, it has been proven false by every reasonable study that hasnt had? funding by big pharmaceutical interests.

  • Tim ewejin says:

    Marijuana is not a gateway drug , idiocy is the gateway take fucking responsibility for? your actions.

  • becij13 says:

    great movin documentary, i totally agree people should avoid hard drugs but i have to disagree 100% on cannabis bein the gateway drug. only 1 in every 140 cannabis smokers go onto harder drugs. ive smoked cannabis for 16 yrs &dont do or have ever done any other drug, includin alcohol. also a sibling of mine spent 17yrs wasted on a heroin addiction? who used cannabis to go cold turkey &now theyre totally clean of all drugs today, 5 yrs on!

    well done to you all & good luck in the future.

  • zz941 says:

    I’ve brought my classmates to one presentation and my family to the next one and I want to “Thank You” once again. Please keep sharing……………?

  • M3talfingers says:

    RIP? my friends 🙁

  • Andrae Vigil-Romero says:

    This is documentary is heart-breaking. Great job to the team who produced this – beautifully done and definitely needed to be? made and I am truly glad that it was. Condolences to those affected.

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