What Is This Site All About? What Are My Goals?
Some of you may not like what I highlight on this site. I am not trying to be cute or funny, although I use the somewhat catchy name to attract attention.
This site is dedicated to SHOWING THE DANGERS OF METHAMPHETAMINE
I collect news from around the United States – and abroad – and highlight the most significant reports regarding the horrors of meth.
These news reports fall into several categories:
1. People are arrested every day for methamphetamine-related charges. These can include:
• People arrested for the possession of methamphetamine
• People making meth (those magnificent meth “chemists”)
This includes men AND women – and this highlights the dangers to innocent children since women are generally the primary caregivers for children. This becomes a major problem when you add meth!
Meth is a problem across the United States. It is no longer a West Coast or rural problem found only in the Heartland. Meth is a problem in urban centers as well as in rural areas, and this site demonstrates this problem through these news reports.
2. Crimes committed by people high on meth
• Some of the most horrific crimes you have ever heard about were committed by individuals high on meth. The brutality is almost unimaginable. There are reports of rape, torture, murder and pedophilia. Of course not everyone who commits a crime like these is a meth addict, but you will be surprised to learn how many ARE meth users. This is also illustrated here.
3. Meth trafficking
• People are found trying to smuggle POUNDS of meth into and around the United States. It only takes 100 mg or so to get someone high – pounds of meth will get a lot of people high. This illustrates that there are probably a whole lot more meth users out there than anyone realizes!
• A lot of the meth trafficking involves the brutal Mexican drug cartels, and there have also been connections to known terrorist groups such as Hezbollah!
• Meth trafficking is often associated with guns, bombs and other weapons. These crimes are also found on this site.
4. Violence and domestic abuse – and hypersexuality
• Methamphetamine is often associated with violence and aberrant sexual behavior
• Meth trafficking is also associated with violence
• Drug cartels
• Organized crime
• Mom and pop organizations and 1-pot chemists
• Meth chemists often resort to violence or greed – brutal horrific violence
If you have a story about methamphetamine to share, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I want to hear from you!