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Snaky drug claim keeps man out of jail

By buseman, Jun 7, 2010 | |
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    A man who told a court the Chinese could ward off snakes with an ingredient used to make the drug speed has been given a suspended jail sentence.

    Ken Lee, 25, pleaded guilty in the District Court in Adelaide to importing 85 grams of pure pseudoephedrine into Australia last year in a shampoo bottle.

    The judge said he was sceptical about Lee's claim that Chinese people used the ingredient as a poison and to keep snakes at bay.

    He gave Lee a six-month suspended jail sentence and fined him $2,000

    07/06/2010
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/06/07/2920214.htm?site=news

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