Mike Millette sits in the visitors center at the state prison in Concord, N.H. Millette’s friend, Ed Martin III, was found dead in the bathroom of a convenience store, slumped over on his knees with a needle and a residue-stained spoon in his pocket. He’d mainlined fentanyl, an opioid up to 50 times more powerful than heroin. Martin's overdose would bring tears to his eyes. But he was scared too. He was his dealer, the man who sold him his final fix.
Mike Millette sits in the visitors center at the state prison in Concord, N.H. Millette’s friend, Ed Martin III, was found dead in the bathroom of a convenience store, slumped over on his knees with a needle and a residue-stained spoon in his pocket. He’d mainlined fentanyl, an opioid up to 50 times more powerful than heroin. Martin's overdose would bring tears to his eyes. But he was scared too. He was his dealer, the man who sold him his final fix. Jim Cole Associated Press
Mike Millette sits in the visitors center at the state prison in Concord, N.H. Millette’s friend, Ed Martin III, was found dead in the bathroom of a convenience store, slumped over on his knees with a needle and a residue-stained spoon in his pocket. He’d mainlined fentanyl, an opioid up to 50 times more powerful than heroin. Martin's overdose would bring tears to his eyes. But he was scared too. He was his dealer, the man who sold him his final fix. Jim Cole Associated Press

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