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my mother died and i have reasons to believe that a family member was iligally prescribing her his prescription of lidocaine. he insisted that she put it on her nose multiple times a day telling her that she had a spot on her nose that was cancer ND THAT SHE NEEDED TO TAKE IT, how do i get someone to take this as seriously as it should be because she was a human being even being 89 yrs old that DOENT matter she was a person and im demanding to act on my personal admendents and its my right as an american to be heard and deserve more than just o well to late, saying that just because she was creamated that thats all so sorry i need a smoking gun" lolbullshit ive got the whole story beginning to end in detail and evidence for an open closed trial heaven forbbid that yea it might take a little effort n sorting through someones life to find the truth!! well ill say this she is worth it and imn not going to give up until she is truely at peace and laid to rest in the propper manner as she intended so here i am at my last end blogging publicly hoping that theres someone reading this and has the innitiative to help me and give my mother the recolection and respect and a propper resting place. email@example.com
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