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Attention all media in the San Bernardino and Los Angeles areas!

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You are cordially invited to attend a press conference addressing the devastating fentanyl epidemic and the tragic murder of Ashley Marie Carter, a 33-year-old mother of two. This event is a crucial opportunity to shed light on the ongoing crisis and discuss the urgent need for action.

In the wake of the tragic loss of Ashley Marie Carter, we must urge the San Bernardino Police Department to investigate her death and consider the possibility of foul play. It is essential to recognize that criminals often exploit the fact that police do not usually investigate deaths related to drug overdoses, finding strength in knowing that their crimes may go unnoticed and unpunished. By treating these cases with the seriousness they deserve, we can not only bring closure to the families affected, but also help to dismantle the networks that profit from the illegal distribution of these dangerous substances.

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As the opioid crisis continues to claim lives, it is crucial for law enforcement to recognize the importance of investigating these deaths, regardless of race or locale.

It is essential to highlight that Ashley had been drug-free for three years, making her death even more suspicious and indicative of potential foul play. Her killer had threatened to kill her with fentanyl, a fact that underscores the urgency of investigating her death and bringing her murderer(s) to justice.

We implore the police to take a stand against this injustice and dedicate the necessary resources to investigate Ashley's murder. By doing so, we can send a powerful message that no life is disposable, and that every victim of this epidemic deserves justice.

Join us as we discuss the impact of fentanyl on our communities and the steps needed to combat this deadly epidemic. Hear from experts, advocates, and local officials as they share their insights and discuss potential solutions.

The press conference will be held on Thursday, March 21st at 1:30PM on the steps of the San Bernardino Police Department, located at 710 North D. Street in San Bernardino, California. Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 20th at 5:00PM to secure your spot and receive further details.

Don't miss this important event. Together, we can raise awareness and work towards a future free from the devastating effects of fentanyl.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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