What's the saddest drug-related tragedy that DEA head Michele Leonhart has ever seen? Botched drug raids in which innocent people were killed? Mass incarceration of poor people caught with drugs and the devastation it inflicts on their families and communities? The rise of violent drug cartels who profit from prohibition? No, no, and no.
Leonhart's "lowest point in 33 years in the DEA was when she learned they'd flown a hemp flag over the Capitol on July 4."