In 2021, Mexican authorities seized more than 55 pounds of a chemical precursor used to produce fentanyl at the airport in Guadalajara, Mexico. The chemical was shipped from Suzhou Xiaoli Pharmatech Co., located in Jiangsu Province, China.
In a press release, the U.S. Treasury Department stated:
In 2021, PRC-based chemical company Suzhou Xiaoli Pharmatech Co., Ltd (SXPC) shipped 25 kilograms of N-BOC-4-Piperidone (CAS No.: 79099-07-3), a fentanyl precursor chemical to Guadalajara, Mexico with an ultimate destination in Sinaloa, Mexico. At the time of the N-BOC-4-Piperidone sale, the SXPC sales representative was aware that it would be used for the purpose of aiding in the manufacturing of illicit fentanyl and/or fentanyl pills. The SXPC sales representative additionally noted that SXPC was a supplier of fentanyl precursor chemicals for Mexico-based narcotics traffickers.
OFAC designated SXPC pursuant to E.O. 14059 for having engaged in, or attempted to engage in, activities or transactions that have materially contributed to, or pose a significant risk of materially contributing to, the international proliferation of illicit drugs or their means of production.
Despite assurances from Chinese officials, no action was taken against Suzhou Xiaoli Pharmatech Co., and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) knows full well that these chemicals are being sent to the cartels (mainly the Sinaloa Cartel), then smuggled into the United States.
Of course, China is a totalitarian dictatorship and no business operates without the permission of, or orders from the PRC leadership.
Due to our open border with Mexico, fentanyl overdoses are now the leading cause of death for Americans between the ages of 18-45.
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