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BLOTTER ACID MIMIC (ACTUALLY CONTAINING PHENAZEPAM) IN NORTH CAROLINA

BLOTTER ACID MIMIC (ACTUALLY CONTAINING PHENAZEPAM) IN NORTH CAROLINA The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Crime Laboratory recently received a submission of suspected LSD. The submission consisted of one sheet of paper that was perforated into 72 squares (total net mass 0.63 grams). Each square was approximately 0.5 centimeters by 0.5 centimeters, and had a print of an angel on each square (See Photo 14). There were two different poses of the angel that alternated from one square to the next. Most of the squares were a purple color, while a few were white. Analysis of two squares by p-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde (PDMAB) (negative), and GC/MS indicated phenazepam (a benzodiazepine). This is the first submission to the Raleigh crime laboratory of phenazepam on LSD mimic blotter paper. December 2009 DEA Microgram

BLOTTER ACID MIMIC (ACTUALLY CONTAINING PHENAZEPAM) IN  NORTH CAROLINA
Terrapinzflyer, Jan 29, 2010
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