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  1. chillinwill
    Customs officers in Cork have seized a range of products believed to contain the banned drug BZP after a raid on a head shop in the city.

    Customs officers searched the shop and its storage premises under warrant and seized a number of products which they believed contain benzyl -piperazine.

    Last March, Minister for Health Mary Harney made possession or sale of BZP a criminal offence.

    A file is to be prepared for the DPP.

    February 4, 2010
    Ireland On-line
    http://breakingnews.iol.ie/news/ireland/cork-customs-officers-raid-head-shop-444746.html

Comments

  1. Abrad
    Would be a little surprised if any of the products turned out to contain BZP. Why would a shop sell BZP when the newer beta ketone based products are legal and much more pleasurable? I would say the authorities have just adapted a policy of harassment in light of recent media attention. They did something similar when mushrooms were legal, holding shipments for customes inspections etc.
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