Testimonials 2002

The comments and testimonials on this page were created by visitors to Drugs: Costs & Consequences and are updated on a regular basis.

A very interesting historical exhibit!

Jerry
San Jose
Dec 27, 2002

The exhibits are very interesting.

J.C. Morrison
Ashburn, VA
Dec 27, 2002

Great job with the museum! I think it is important for everyone to have an understanding about drugs, and the things they support, and what they can do to you. I think everyone should come here, and I will recommend it to all of my friends.

Alex Kornienko
Philadelphia
Dec 24, 2002

This Museum has taught me alot about drugs and how to stay away from them. Thanks, Tyler

Tyler Graham
Manassas Virginia
Dec 24, 2002

I ENJOYED MYSELF TODAY. THE MUSEUM HAD A GOOD AMOUNT OF ARTIFACTS AND DISPLAYS TO SHOW HOW MUCH OF THE WORLD IS REVOLVED AROUND DRUG TRADE. I THOUGHT IT WAS A GOOD IDEA THAT YOU PUT PARTS FROM THE WORLD TRADE CENTER AND OF THE PENTAGON IN THIS MUSEUM.

TIFFANY GOTT
WELCOME, MD.
Dec 19, 2002

The Museum contained a lot of good facts.

Rashad Spruill
LaPlata MD
Dec 19, 2002

THE MUSEUM HAD A LOT OF IMPORTANT INFORMATION, AND I LEARNED A LOT.

ELVIS CHASE II
WALDORF MARYLAND
Dec 19, 2002

Very educational. I think all police officers should visit at least once.

jason stoddard
port tobacco, md
Dec 19, 2002

This is a very interesting place to visit. I learned alot of things that were good for my knowledge. Thanks a lot.

Reginald Forbes
Brooklyn New York
Dec 19, 2002

Very educational and very informative.. Great exhibits!!!

Beth Cook
Maryland
Dec 9, 2002

I think the DEA Museum is awsome!!

Yeleana Itta
Barrow, Alaska
Nov 23, 2002

I'm so glad that I had the chance to come and see this through the DARE program. I never knew what I was missing out on. Thank you so much.

Susan Elsen
La Crosse, Wisconsin
Nov 23, 2002

Great Exhibit! It is very necessary to have exhibits that are realistic, The September 11th exhibit was almost like being back in N.Y.

Nora Ray Howell
New York City, N.Y.
Nov 23, 2002

Thank you for giving me the opprotunity to view the exhibit on how terroism and drug trafficing are connected.

Mya Oliveras
Wilmington, DE
Nov 23, 2002

Finally I have had the experience of seeing the exhibits that you have. They are educational and informative. Thank you.

Mecca Jordan-Oliveras
Wilmington,DE
Nov 23, 2002

I enjoyed the tour. Thanks!

T Caldwell
Alpharetta, GA
Nov 22, 2002

The exibit is really good. I'll highly encourage others to go.

Alan Tausend
Houston Texas
Nov 21, 2002

NICE JOB ON THE MUESEUM. IT REALLY HITS PEOPLE WHERE IT'S SUPPOSED TO. I DON'T THINK WE SHOULD HAVE PEOPLE LIKE RAP STARS, ACTORS AND MANY OTHERS SHOWING-OFF BECAUSE THEY DO DRUGS. I MEAN, WHOEVER DECIDED DRUGS WHERE "COOL"?

Matt McDonald
Houston, TX
Nov 21, 2002

I think that the main problem with drugs is that people don't understand that the law is here to protect you. People are so dead set on breaking the rules that they don't care wether or not it is a good law.

Madeleine Patton
Houston, TX
Nov 21, 2002

EXCELLENT MUESEUM. LOTS OF INFORMATION TO HELP PREVENT MORE PEOPLE FROM BECOMING "DRUGGIES". I LIKE THE WAY YOU LAID IT ALL OUT IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER. NICE JOB!

JACK MIHOFF
HOUSTON, TX
Nov 21, 2002

THIS IS A VERY INTERESTING MUSEUM. IT'S VERY POWERFUL AND IT GIVES YOU A LOT FOR YOU'RE MIND TO CHEW ON. THANKS AND GOOD LUCK. NOVEMBER 21, 2002

Laura Murphy
Houston, Tx
Nov 21, 2002

GREAT MUSEUM!

Gina Logue
Shelbyville, TN
Nov 19, 2002

Very informative!

Johnny Boy
Silver Spring
Nov 15, 2002

DARE to say no to drugs!

Allison Quie
Utah
Nov 15, 2002

The displays give me a deep knowledge about illegal drugs. It is a very interesting tour.

vicky huang
millersville,md
Nov 14, 2002

Exhibit is very interesting, and well done.

Leon Lyle
Nathrop, CO
Nov 13, 2002

This museum is really great. Keep up the good work!

Dustin Hanchock
Lerona, WV
Nov 1, 2002

This museum is very nice. It provides a wealth of information for people of any age. Keep up the good work!

Lyndsay Jasper
Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Oct 31, 2002

Absolutely amazing. The information and presentation of the drug world is simply stated in this exhibit. Wonderful job!

Michael A. Sterchak
Forest City, PA
Oct 31, 2002

I thought that the museum was very informative and interesting.

Danny Mitarotondo
Bridgewater, NJ
Oct 31, 2002

Great exhibit!

Rene Guillen
Tucson, AZ
Oct 25, 2002

Just say NO!!!

jaydon kino lentz
Puyallup, Washington
Oct 24, 2002

This was a very interesting exibit to explore.

Katie Jones
Arlington, Tx
Oct 24, 2002

This a great exhibit and I have enjoyed it thoroughly. Keep up the good work.

Jason Hicks
Bremen, Ga
Oct 11, 2002

As a nurse and an American, I loved the museum, the information, and the work the DEA does.

Karen Francis
New York Mills, N Y
Oct 11, 2002

Very impressive, and interesting.

Suzy Winterble
Princeton, MA
Oct 5, 2002

I really enjoyed the exhibit, very well done!

Anne Kilpatrick
Westerville, OH
Oct 5, 2002

I really had a good time. I learned a lot about things that I didn't know about before. Keep up the good work on informing young people about drugs.

Ta'Keia Terry
Baltimore, MD
Oct 3, 2002

This was a great experience for me. Who knew that drugs consisted of so much? I learned so much.

Genesis
Baltimore,MD
Oct 3, 2002

This was such an eye-opener, more people need to come and see the effects of drugs on the world. It's so much deeper than it seems...

Danielle
Largo, MD
Oct 3, 2002

I learned a lot today about drugs, trafficing, terrorism, and prevention of this continous process on a day-to-day basis. Everyone should come to the DEA museum to become more educated on drugs and to better those around you with the information I gained.

Sherleka N. Payne
Maryland
Oct 3, 2002

DRUGS ARE NOT THE THING TO DO P.J.C.C POTOMAC T.E.A.P

T-RAY
FORSYTH GA
Oct 1, 2002

This is a powerful illustration as to how greed facilitates "man's inhumanity to man." I was impressed at your demonstration of history repeating itself. Very well done!!

HENOCK D. MULUGETA
ARLINGTON
Sept 27, 2002

This is a powerful illustration as to how greed facilitates "man's inhumanity to man." I was impressed at your demonstration of history repeating itself. Very well done!!

Steve
Indianapolis
Sept 25, 2002

Exhibit is very well put together and informative... We enjoyed it!!!!

Randi Glossman
Jacksonville, Florida
Sept 20, 2002

Great Exhibit. God bless all involved in the fight

p m georgeo
jacksonville fl
Sept 20, 2002

Very educational. It will help me to better educate my children.

Monica Cannon
Lanham, MD
Sept 19, 2002

Just back from Afghanistan with Royal Marines.This makes sense why we were out there.God bless the victims of 9/11

Ady
England
Sept 19, 2002

Excellent! Nice work on the new 9/11 section. It really brought tears to my eyes. I have not been able to go to New York yet. This brings some closure for me. Thanks and God bless!!

Mark Gatanas
Springfield, VA
Sept 18, 2002

This was an excellent exhibit and I hope people will be able to enjoy and learn from it.

STEVEN REGAN
BROOKLYN
Sept 13, 2002

This is a great show. America's kids need to see this.

ZULAUF, Barry A.
Vienna VA
Sept 10, 2002

It's important for as many Americans as possible to know about this exhibit.

Joe Ross
Burke, Virginia
Sept 7, 2002

The DEA museum staff should be commended for creating such an important educational exhibit.

Naomi
Washington, D.C.
Sept 7, 2002

Very Impressive.

Richard Stacy
Littleton, Co
Sept 6, 2002

Great exhibit.

John Parascandola
Silver Spring, MD
Sept 3, 2002

Congratulations to all those who put together this excellent and informative exhibit.

Caroline Hannaway
Baltimore, MD
Sept 3, 2002

Great exhibit and really wonderful artifacts. No one will ever forget September 11th and seeing how these events relate to drug trafficking was excellent.

Alexandra M. Lord
Rockville, Maryland
Sept 3, 2002

An excellent exhibit. Terrific program. Good to see such strong support from the top of the agency and the department.

John Swann
Bethesda, Md 20814
Sept 3, 2002

Wonderful and informative museum. A thank you not only from myself, but also from the thousands of kids that I work with in after-school programs.

Jill Roberts
Arlington, VA
Sept 3, 2002

I hope that many people take the time to visit and I hope schools and youth groups take trips to these exhibits. Thank You and God Bless America

Jason Farrell
Johannesburg, South Africa
Age 24
Visitor
Sept 3, 2002

Great exhibit.

John Parascandola
Silver Spring, MD
Sept 3, 2002

This is a fantastic exhibit. The importance of this will hopefully be understood by all.

Jeff Fox
Centreville, VA
Age 27
Sept 3, 2002

This is an excellent educational exhibit. It should give people a great deal more knowledge about the dangers of drugs and terrorism.

Rudy Giuliani
NYC
Sept 3, 2002

This exhibit has been put together with great diligence and respect to the subject it presents. I am deeply moved by the entire experience.

Steve Chapman
Slidell, LA
Age 27
Sept 3, 2002

An excellent exhibit, with an excellent message!

Michael N Emmerman
New York, NY
Age 56
Sept 3, 2002

Excellent exhibition

Patrick J. Brown
Nashville, T.N.
Age 36
Sept 1, 2002

Wonderful Exhibit

Greg Liberto
Phenix City, Alabama
Age 33
Sept 1, 2002

This exhibit was very powerful. I believe viewers of the exhibit will be amazed with the amount of in-depth information presented. This exhibit will be a good educational tool for all Americans.

Dianne Martin
LaPlata, MD
Age 26
Aug 31, 2002

Nice job

Vince Lutes
Silver Spring
Age 27
Aug 29, 2002

I hope everyone enjoys this exhibit as much as I have. This exhibit provides a great opportunity to educate the public on narco-terrorism, and that's the first step in stopping it.

Jeremy Wetzel
Alexandria, VA
Age 26
Aug 29, 2002

This has been a very moving experience for me. I am glad to have had the opportunity to contribute to such a powerful exhibit.

C. Kotcho
Crofton, MD
Aug 28, 2002

I very much enjoyed this exhibit. It was very engaging, and brought back a lot of memories of the September 11th tragedy. I learned a lot about world narco-terrorism, and that the choices we make have reverberations throughout the world.

Geoff Gaudreault
Alexandria, VA
Aug 28, 2002

This exhibit presents, for the first time, the facts about the connections between drugs and terrorism for the American people. The exhibit opens with the bloodiest act of terrorism, September 11th, and stretches back to the violent drug trade on Asia's Silk Road, spanning some 2,000 years and 40 countries.

Asa Hutchinson
DEA Administrator
Jun 19, 2002

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