(WASHINGTON, DC) — The unusual and untimely death of 15-year old Quawan “Bobby” Charles is heart-wrenching and infuriating. The lack of transparency and urgency put forth by the authorities in Louisiana is a moral failing in the face of a family looking for answers to a loved one’s suspicious death. The dismissal of the Charles family’s concerns by law enforcement and the refusal to issue an amber alert are responsibilities that they failed to implement in a time-sensitive situation involving a minor.
As more information about this case continues to unravel, we expect and demand that the family is presented with nothing less than justice from those entrusted with managing this case.
Our hearts go out to those affected by this tragic loss. We stand in solidarity with the family and those seeking justice for Quawan and will remain vigilant to ensure the truth is reached.
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Charles Myrick,President/CEO of American Consultants Rx Inc. (a.k.a. ACRX) announces the release of 20-80 million ACRX discount prescription cards.ACRX is working hard to supply much needed assistance to uninsured consumers who are looking for a way to cut costs on prescription drug costs. The ACRX discount prescription cards save up to 80% off the cost of medicine. There is no enrollment or activation needed. One card will cover a family. No expiration as well.
ACRX goal is to donate between 20-80 million ACRX free discount prescription cards to charities, non-profits, churches, businesses, state and federal agencies, etc. to be distributed to people in need throughout the country. As an additional request from doctors, clinics, and directors across the country the ACRX cards can also be downloaded by installing the ACRX app designed for Android users, or by visiting our website at http://www.acrxnews.com and printing the card. All organizations and individuals in need can also request the free ACRX cards (hard card to be shipped) as well from the website.
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