Just to be clear, what you're presenting aren't facts. They're anecdotal accounts that represent a statistically very, very small percentage of people who are actively using illicit drugs. I in no way mean to trivialize the work that you do. It's important and I am sure that few people here, if any, can describe the damage that illicit use of drugs can do to a person, family or community. But even though the videos are undoubtedly true, the conclusions you draw from them aren't "facts." They're based on your own anecdotal experience. Again, to be clear, because I worry that this might be misunderstood. You are undoubtedly an expert on what happens when drugs are abused. You are also closer than probably anyone here to the day to day issues that surround them. The question isn't whether use of PCP, Meth, Heroin or Crack is damaging. Clearly, it is. They are dangerous, addictive drugs. The issue is that we couple marijuana use in with these dangerous drugs, which really wastes a lot of time and energy. We may as well declare caffeine a dangerous drug and skew the statistics even more. The people you are dealing with represent a small but significant and destructive portion of our population. The people you're referring to don't even represent a fraction of the people who actively use illicit drugs. The lion's share use either marijuana or are abusing prescription meds. If we're really intent on helping society, pick the low hanging fruit so that we can then focus on the relatively small number of people who are like the ones in the videos you posted.