Saturday, January 26th, 1-4pm - DRUG WARS: Silver or Lead, a documentary
This is an event you will not want to miss: DRUG WARS: Silver or Lead is a chilling documentary about the malignant spread of drug cartel presence in our country, our state and right here in our community. OFIR is honored to welcome Rusty Fleming, award winning producer of DRUG WARS: Silver or Lead.
Join OFIR, Saturday, January 26th from 1 - 4 pm at the Salem Public Library - Loucks Auditorium.
Learn what you should know, must know, but DON'T know about drug cartels.
Embedded in a vicious and violent drug cartel, Rusty filmed this documentary to teach us what we all need to understand about Mexican drug cartels and their malignant movement into our country and right here in our community. Meet the man that has been in the belly of the beast.Embedded in a vicious and violent drug cartel, Rusty filmed this documentary to teach us what we all need to understand about Mexican drug cartels and their malignant movement into our country and right here in our community. Meet the man that has been in the belly of the beast!
The High Intensity Drug Traffic Area (HIDTA) identifies eight counties in Oregon with critical drug problems.
The I-5 corridor is a favored route among drug runners smuggling drugs from Mexico into Oregon, Washington and Canada. We are in harms way everyday and must become educated about what is really happening on our streets, in our schools and even at our kids parties.
If you have teens, friends with teens, grandchildren that are teens or neighbors with teens, please invite them to join you at this FREE event.
Apathy and ignorance of this issue is not an excuse, it's a major part of the problem.
If you have questions about this event, would like more information, or think that you could contribute to this program in a positive way, please contact us at 503.435.0141.
NOTE: This award winning documentary is not a Hollywood movie, it's an actual, factual, behind the scenes look at how cartels operate and the dangers they pose for our children and our society. Portions of this film are sickening and horrific, but true. Please, be advised and prepare your children in advance.
NOTE: The producer of the documentary recommends that children as young as 10 should see this movie. Gangs and cartels are targeting even younger children now. Shockingly, eight year olds are the new cartel target for drug addiction. Every child is at risk.