Students hospitalised after taking rare drug
A FORMER student admitted supplying a rare psychedelic drug which put ten people in hospital.
Andrew B. (pictured) peddled 2C-B – similar to LSD – and ketamine to friends and students.
Ten people, including Andrew B., went to the Queen's Medical Centre with hallucinations.
Police helped ambulance staff due to the strange behaviour of those affected. Most victims left hospital within 48 hours.
Andrew B., 24, West Bridgford, was arrested and charged. He admitted supplying drugs and will be sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court on October 27.
Friday, October 16, 2009, 19:37
comment My first thought was whether they had their facts wrong and this was related to the 2c-b-fly situation. But quite possible it is actually 2c-b- with the low dosage and steep response curve its an easy one for the inexperienced to mess up on...
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