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Originally posted by cownosecat
Is there any reason why '___' is no longer being sold? I heard it was a few dead heads that spread it around the US, and when they got busted, it was pretty much over for '___'. But you would think more people would replace them.
A big producer of '___' got busted in a missle silo about 5 years ago.
Originally posted by Legalizer
I would only recommend against it if you are of weak character and weak mind or in a vulnerable state of mind.
Pickard And Apperson Sentenced On '___' Charges
Largest '___' Lab Seizure In DEA History
William J. Renton, Jr., Special Agent in Charge of the St. Louis Division, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and United States Attorney Eric Melgren announced today that William Leonard Pickard, 58, Mill Valley, California, and Clyde Apperson, 48, Sunnyvale, California, were sentenced this afternoon by U.S. District Judge Richard D. Rogers. Pickard was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. Apperson was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment without parole.
Melgren stated that according to court testimony, this was the single largest seizure of an operable '___' lab in the history of the Drug Enforcement Administration. DEA agents seized approximately 41.3 kilograms (90.86 pounds) of '___', approximately 97.5 kilograms (214.5 pounds) of lysergic acid, a precursor to '___', approximately 23.6 kilograms (51.92 pounds) of iso-'___', a by-product from the manufacture of '___' and 19 kilograms (41.8 pounds) of ergocristine, a precursor to '___' with the ability to create an additional 12.4 kilograms (27.28 pounds of '___'.
Further trial evidence established that in the history of DEA there have only been four seizures of complete '___' labs and three of these seizures involved Pickard and Apperson including a lab in Mountainview, California in 1998, a lab in Oregon in 1996, and this lab in Wamego, Kansas.
Originally posted by jrod
they are all convinced that '___' and pot are illegal and the consequences of getting busted are high because those drugs promote free-thinking and the government doesn't like thinkers.
"Timothy Francis Leary (October 22, 1920 – May 31, 1996) was an American writer, psychologist, and drug campaigner. He is most famous as a proponent of the therapeutic and spiritual benefits of '___'. During the 1960s, he coined and popularized the catch phrase "Turn on, tune in, drop out."