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Cotton

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my husband is an ex heroin and meth  user who has been clean for 16 years.  Today I found an empty visine bottle with 5 small pieces of brown tinted cotton in it.  This is the second I’ve found the cotton pieces in two months.  I know he used the cotton to shoot up heroin 15 years ago and he claims he found them recently while we were renovating our home.  Is it possible that these are really that old?   Thanks in advance for your time and advice. 

Posted: 10/16/2018 7:47 PM

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