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(Segment)   "Oh, that's weed," says man with $400k worth of heroin on kitchen table after routine noise complaint check   (segment.com ) divider line
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2014-03-10 01:04:59 PM  
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Louisiana_Sitar_Club: I know I spelled the wrong kind of heroin / heroin but I'll be damned if I'm gonna take the time to fix it.  You'll read it and you'll like it.


Actually you have to extract the morphine with solvents and react it with acetic anhydride or strong acetic acid
2014-03-10 12:53:27 PM  
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Prey4reign: fappomatic: Who counted the 1948 bags?

I coulda sworn there was 3,000 bags there before the crime lab guys started counting.


If you read the article, the bags were empty. He just had a bunch of heroin and 1948 bags, probably 10 boxes of 200 with 9 still sealed and one with 52 missing
2014-03-10 12:45:15 PM  
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Does anyone actually believe any of the "by some stupid coincidence we found this dude with a ton of drugs" stories since we found out that NSA has been passing illegally obtained information to other agencies and telling them to make up some alternative way the drugs were discovered? Sure, it's possible it was a noise complaint. It's also possible the guy used a cell phone or computer at some point in the last few months.
 
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