Posted: May 27th, 2015 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: China, CRIME!, News | Tags: Breaking Bad, China Crime, Chinese Methamphetamine, Crime, crystal meth, drugs, Methamphetamine, Walter White | Comments Off on Chemistry Professor Arrested for Selling Drug Recipe in China
A former chemistry professor has been arrested by Chinese police on suspicion of selling a drug recipe to a gang which cooked up synthetic narcotics, state media reports.
The 50-year-old former academic surnamed Lu had “a set of recipes for producing methcathinone”, a drug similar to methamphetamine, which he provided to dealers.
Amphetamine labs are growing at an alarming rate, a Chinese police raid on the house of two methcathinone dealers in 2011 uncovered a pile of 80 million yuan, $AU13 million, in cash.
In Australia Amphetamine arrests have nearly double in past five years, according to Crime Commission’s Illicit Drug Data Report. Trade workers and those in the hospitality industry are among the biggest users of the drug according to an analysis of national drug data.
Lu “worked as a professor of chemistry at a university” in Xian, the capital of the northern province of Shaanxi, before teaming up with a drug manufacturer surnamed Chen in 2013 :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: November 27th, 2013 | Author: Marcus Dangerfield | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., From The Web | Tags: Alabama, Breaking Bad, drugs, Methamphetamine, The Real Walter White | Comments Off on MUST SEE! The Real Walt White
VICE.COM When AMC’s Breaking Bad premiered in 2008, one of Alabama’s most successful meth cooks was already knee deep in building a massive meth empire. His name? Walter White. In this documentary, Walter tells us the secret behind his product, how he stacked up thousands of dollars per day, and why his partner is now serving two life sentences :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: February 18th, 2011 | Author: M.Aaron Silverman | Filed under: Blip | Tags: bill neely, drug wars, drugs, mexico, pbs | Comments Off on A Must Read From PBS Reporter Bill Neely
Mexico, the ongoing drug war took an American victim from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. Special Agent Jaime Zapata was part of an expanded American force working with Mexican authorities in the ongoing battle. He was shot to death by gunmen on a highway from Mexico City to Monterrey. A second agent was wounded.
BILL NEELY: Juarez is the worst, but just one of many Mexican cities at war — 35,000 lives lost, most in the last two years.
Along with its people, the city is dying. The government hoped to make it the showcase for its campaign against the cartels. Instead, the plaintive songs at the cemetery tell of a city of ghosts, the most lethal place on Earth, where the war has no winners.
words and picture via PBS