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    It's called "Extreme Ecstasy", now being produced in Canada and packaged for export to the U.S. (We're already seizing millions more dosage units of Ecstasy along the northern border than ever before). This stuff will be much worse - very possibly lethal.

    Side Note: A member of the RCMP acknowledges that Canada has now become a drug-producing and exporting nation, no longer just a "way-station" for drugs coming through Canada from overseas.

    Here's the news article - Extreme Ecstasy.

    Sure hope Canada can get a handle on this.
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    I'd rather buy Extreme X from the Canuks than Cocaine from Afganistan. What would Canadian terrorists use the money for? To invade the US and force us all to speak French? Beats the heck out of the plans the Taliban have.
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    • #3
      Add this one to the list

      DISD officials have said they were slow to see cheese as a threat when it was first detected in the fall of 2005 because they didn't know what it was. They say the number of arrests has picked up because now they know what they're looking for.

      Cheese, which sells for as little as $2 a hit, is a highly addictive blend of black tar heroin and crushed Tylenol PM, or any similar cold medicine containing a sleep aid. It has spread fastest in a cluster of middle and high schools in northwest Dallas.

      Rehab centers also are reporting a surge in requests for treatment from students, some as young as 9, who are hooked on the drug.

      http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcont...e.39c5f2e.html
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      • #4
        It seems like new drugs are always showing up And especially when at times it looks like the drug agencies might be making a dent in the trafficing. I know that in the town where I moved from which is an hour from Amarillo, was really starting to have a serious drug problem. It included a mixture of meth, cocaine, weed.....you name it
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        • #5
          When we busted a shipping crime syndicate we found they were getting druggo's to do the dirty work because they needed the $$$ for a fix - instant army of crooks. We may say oh it is XXX $$$ for 1 druggo but the innocent people who have their lives ruined with theft, home invasians, etc it keeps going on from there.
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          • #6
            Do we need to send in the "World Police" to curtail this drug activity?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by EMTGuard View Post
              I'd rather buy Extreme X from the Canuks than Cocaine from Afganistan. What would Canadian terrorists use the money for? To invade the US and force us all to speak French? Beats the heck out of the plans the Taliban have.
              Lucky for you, the Taliban has no intent to invate the US either, so I guess you don't have anything to worry about.

              In all seriousness, the money is basically used to fund some of the many street gangs that have started to plague the larger cities - Vancouver, for example. The RCMP don't do a particularly good job at controlling drugs with the exception of major marijuana operations.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by EMTGuard View Post
                I'd rather buy Extreme X from the Canuks than Cocaine from Afganistan. What would Canadian terrorists use the money for? To invade the US and force us all to speak French? Beats the heck out of the plans the Taliban have.
                No EMT Guard thats what the geese are for, P.S. Not all of us speak french, and I am one who doesn't.

                As far as the report saying that Canada's views about drug use are lax, is BS. Try comparing this issue to the Meth labs in every other city. Drugs are just as much a problem here as in the US. Seems that as soon as one lab or grow op is shut down another another opens it's doors. Unfortunatly law enforcement have rules to follow where as criminals don't.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by JB diligence View Post
                  Try comparing this issue to the Meth labs in every other city. Drugs are just as much a problem here as in the US. Seems that as soon as one lab or grow op is shut down another another opens it's doors. Unfortunatly law enforcement have rules to follow where as criminals don't.
                  That's one nice thing about where I live...In years past, our area was said to have the highest concentration of meth labs in the US (Pierce County, WA). Nowadays, nearly all of the cooking has been 'outsourced' to Mexico or Canada.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by OccamsRazor View Post
                    That's one nice thing about where I live...In years past, our area was said to have the highest concentration of meth labs in the US (Pierce County, WA). Nowadays, nearly all of the cooking has been 'outsourced' to Mexico or Canada.
                    I guess thats one job that you don't mind going off shore eh...
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                    • #11
                      This guy will fix our problems so he says or does he?
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                      • #12
                        For some time now there has been debate over at least decriminalizing marijuana, for a little while about up to a year ago one who was caught with a personal amount of marijuana on there person was ticketed similar to the offence of open liquor in public, I don't recall the exact amount deemed "personal". This has since been dropped and it is again a criminal offence (= felony).

                        I believe that if marijuana was decriminalized, sold and used similar as alcohol, that law enforcement would be better able to focus on the harder drugs. Now in saying this I also want to say that I think the marijuana should be grown and licensed/taxed the same way as tobacco and alcohol are.

                        The benefits society and government would gain are positive. The street level marijuana has a certain quality, meaning that it will not be "cut" and mixed with crap as it is now, giving the user a safer product.

                        Tax benefits, look at how much tax we pay as on alcohol and tobacco products as is, I know personally that a pack of cigarettes (25 per) sells for between $10.00 and $10.75. A 24 bottle case (commonly referred to as a "two-four" of brand name beer is around $30.00-36.00/case This is a huge mark up when you look at how much the products cost to make, and it's all taxes.

                        There is no question that some will abuse marijuana just as some abuse alcohol. Yes "bootlegging" will undoubtedly surface as it has with cigarettes.

                        The point is people want marijuana and people will get it, just as people got booze back in the days of prohibition, and still do in communities where alcohol is banned.

                        I would much rather see marijuana decriminalized and regulated than the way it is now where law enforcement are nailing dangerous grow ops, when they could be better focused on hitting the Cocaine importers/suppliers, Meth & Crack labs and so on up the chain.

                        But sadly I do not believe drugs will ever be removed from our society.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by OccamsRazor View Post
                          That's one nice thing about where I live...In years past, our area was said to have the highest concentration of meth labs in the US (Pierce County, WA). Nowadays, nearly all of the cooking has been 'outsourced' to Mexico or Canada.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by SecTrainer View Post
                            Sure hope Canada can get a handle on this.
                            Great, besides cold masses from the north, French speaking tourists and geese invasions, we have a new name.

                            Seems to me, anytime I tried to get into the US a US Border Agent allowed it, so are these "deliveries" getting in through non controlled areas? Canada and the US does over 1 billion dollars a day in trade, truck / containers traffic may be another avenue.


                            I guess trying to stop (slow) the product before getting to people, is easier than trying to get people to stop buying it.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Eric View Post
                              Great, besides cold masses from the north, French speaking tourists and geese invasions, we have a new name.

                              Seems to me, anytime I tried to get into the US a US Border Agent allowed it, so are these "deliveries" getting in through non controlled areas? Canada and the US does over 1 billion dollars a day in trade, truck / containers traffic may be another avenue.


                              I guess trying to stop (slow) the product before getting to people, is easier than trying to get people to stop buying it.
                              A few years ago I remember watching a story on the news regarding an underground tunnel in B.C. to Seattle, used for drug shipment's (and God knows What else) at that time and possibly now as well, marihuana AKA "BC Bud" was the best stuff one could get. Thing is some people are professionals at smuggling anything, drugs, guns, people and anything else.

                              We share a large land and in some areas water border with our American friends and illegal items crossing the border is a two way street.
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