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May 5, 2015
When things were quiet – which was almost NEVER – Gordy regaled Davey with tales of horror from the U.S. government’s war of choice and horrific immoral actions performed by soldiers in Vietnam.
He noted the near-epidemic incidence of heroin addiction among U.S. soldiers and provided clues as to the unlikely yet cunning method by which soldiers were enslaved to this highly addictive substance.

First, the dealers – whether Vietnamese or U.S. soldiers – would hook the men on cocaine, then gradually begin adding heroin into the mix.
Needless to say, they would soon have a willing “customer” to which to sell their wares.