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Quite shockingly, the The Oklahoman and Tulsa World are reporting the unexpected resignation of Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs Director R. Darrell Weaver. The Article is here.
Weaver’s resignation, entered quietly in an email to agency staff, comes after a blistering 2 weeks of unending negative publicity surrounding his agency, embarrassing disclosures including the Training Program Sex Scandal cover up, failure to impact out-of-control drug abuse, drug deaths and diversion in Oklahoma, and mandatory agency budget cuts which threatened his ability to remain in his position. His “stepping down” also occurred coincident with the DrugTestOBN Petition which has been circulated to Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and Oklahoma State Senators and Representatives.
You can review and sign the #DrugTestOBN petition here.
The implication he leaves behind his quick exit is that Drug-Testing of the management, employees and staff of his agency may reveal the reason behind the “impaired Judgement” and misguided decisions that the agency has made under his leadership.
There is power when people stand up and use their collective Voices.
Signers of the petition agree that the change in leadership will lead the way for better decision-making, implementation of better policy, and formulation of the right strategy to curb drug abuse in the State of Oklahoma. Darrell Weaver’s exit will create the opportunity to reorganize and permit replacement of the current management with energetic people, moral people and ethical people committed to solving the Oklahoma Drug Problem. Oklahoma Lives will be saved by this move.
It’s a new day in Oklahoma. Our work is not complete. Please support my effort for beating back the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics by donating to my GoFundMe account for my legal fight, Harvey Jenkins MD vs The State of Oklahoma. We are about $20,000 behind, and would greatly appreciate your support.
We wish Darrell Weaver better luck in his next endeavor, and are thankful he stepped aside befor more damage was done and more Oklahoma lives were lost through his agency’s mismanagement.
We will also be watching to see where he lands….
And we are sure that this is not where this story ends. Stay tuned. There will be more ugliness to follow.