Ketamine Floods Into BC
Posted by Childress on October 21, 2006
Police in British Columbia are worried about the sudden appearance of Ketamine on the streets of western Canada — for good reason.
Recent police intelligence indicates that Ketamine is fast becoming a popular street/club drug throughout the province. Police say a significant Ketamine bust in Richmond at the end of September — in which 28 kilograms of the drug was seized along with several firearms — indicates organized crime involvement.
Ketamine is used by doctors and vets to knock out patients for surgery. As such, it is carefully applied by specialists — vets or anaesthologists — under controlled situations. On the street … well, let’s just say controls are not quite so good.
While you’re there, please buy a set. Beth Pearce tells me she’d like to do another film — this one covering DXM, GHB and alcohol — and your purchase will help her achieve that goal.