AFP lead Cambodia Drug burn

By buseman · May 21, 2010 · ·
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    With a need to assist in the world wide war on drugs the AFP sent their best to Cambodia earlier this year for the destruction of close to 15 tonnes of pre-cursor material.

    On the Streets the safrole oil had a potential value of up to six billion dollars when manufactured into MDMA or Ecstasy.
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    The AFP's SRATS teams had the job of overseeing the burn taking along some new technology which would lessen the impact of the burn on the environment.
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    With the assistance of the Cambodian government the team worked around the clock over a week to destroy all the pre-cursor delivered to the site in Battambang.

    The event kicked off with a public ceremonial burn attended by the Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia and the Australian ambassador.

    February 07, 2010
    http://www.afp.gov.au/AFP-Homepage/media-centre/news/afp/2010/february/cambodia-drug-burn.aspx

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