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Shocking reportage by a team of TF1 on Subutex in Mauritius

Shocking reportage by a team of TF1 on Subutex in Mauritius
 A report entitled "mules of Mauritius" on Subutex (substitute for heroin of hard drugs considered in Mauritius) programmed in the series "Sept à huit"of Harry Roselmack was broadcast on TF1 on Sunday evening.
The sentence of 20 years imprisonment, Thursday, January 31, 2013, for drug trafficking of the French Mathieu Blondeau aged 21, has served as the basis for inquiry of investigations conducted by journalist Emmanuel Reitz and a cameraman of Elephant Production, who tried to highlight channels Subutex between France and Mauritius.
Journalistic work in the field who has not been helped by the Mauritian authorities have refused all official authorizations made ​​in advance by the crew to film including the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport Plaisance, instead of prerequisite Subutex who arrived in Mauritius in luggage "mules" drug couriers.
With a hidden camera, the team of TF1 also reacted Mathieu Blondeau who confesses his past ignorance on Subutex, before falling into the cracks. "I thought that Subutex was a medication, but in Mauritius it is a drug. I was sentenced and when I will be out, my baby will be already a major", he confesses.
In the report of TF1-shock, we see three addicts trying to shoot. For Ally Lazer, social worker Mauritian been fighting for years against the ravages of drugs in Mauritius and has collaborated with the team TF1, Subutex "sells like hotcakes" on the island, he says to the site.
"There is no staging ... Subutex invaded Mauritius. 90% of addicts who consumed Brown Sugar switched to Subutex ... I sounded the alarm in 2002. Proposed that I use Subutex as a substitute drug for heroin addicts ... I proposed not to put Subutex prescription, but to distribute it under the supervision of a doctor or a nurse",said Ally Lazer.
Watch the documentary "The mules of Mauritius" on Subutex show broadcast in TF1 "Sept à huit"

Fabrice François

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