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Sydney police warn of highly toxic drug circulating (PMA)

  1. ~lostgurl~
    Sydney police warn of highly toxic drug circulating

    Thu-22-Feb-2007
    TV3 News - NZ

    Sydney police have issued an urgent public warning about a new and highly toxic recreational drug that has hit the city's streets.

    20-year-old Annabel Catt collapsed and died just hours after leaving a festival on the weekend, and tests show she had PMA in her system.

    It is a highly toxic amphetamine that is commonly passed off as ecstasy or included in the drug itself.

    Sydney police say it is clear the rare drug is on the market, and could potentially be more lethal than other recreational drugs.

    http://www.tv3.co.nz/News/NewsDisplay/tabid/209/articleID/21756/Default.aspx

Comments

  1. renegades
    What is this from TV3, "a highly toxic amphetamine... could potentially be more lethal than other recreational drugs? " Is this a trick statement? No I don't want to take an RC but rather do some highly toxic PMA. Rather than say "potentially be more lethal", try "is more lethal."
  2. ~lostgurl~
    TV3 NZ.... yup, the media can't even get it right when it's legitamite negative drug hype.
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