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 meth.doc55​@gmail.com​

I want to hear from you!

Comments
  1. Tom says:

    This is a good idea Doc. It is a good thing to see you turn your expertise into a tool for people to use!

  2. Randi Ravenscroft says:

    I didnt see my story in here but I encourage those addicted to seek help. My name is Randi Ravenscroft and I apparently am on this website for my drug bust. I thank God for that day and for the courts giving me a second chance on life. I have in no way squandered my chance. since my bust in August I attend NA meetings. stayed clean, and now I work a great full time job. More then full time really. I am not proud of my past actions I am however proud of my recovery. If you know someone on meth try and help them. they probably want it even if they dont know it. dont chastise these people it doesnt help. give them literature. let them know they could have a huge support base if they want it.

    like I said I am proud of my recovery and just for today I dont want meth in my life. I am 4 months clean! I thank God and my family and friends of NA without all 3 I would have never been able to get where I am today

    • Missy Spencer says:

      Keep coming back. Seeing how destructive this is to peoples lives should be a great incentive to stay clean. God bless you. Missymac

  3. Sue Quinn says:

    Thank-you !!!!!!!

  4. Kevin says:

    What can you do if your family member is on meth

  5. axeman says:

    Step One: We realized we were powerless over our addictions, that our lives had become unmanageable..

  6. tom lucas says:

    My daughter is an addict and one of the 21 with the Aryan knights. Something you may be interested in is that she is a person with a drug problem. I thank God that she is alive, and I miss her more than I can express. She got involved with the wrong person, her boyfriend, who for three months was a informant for the FBI and a very violent criminal. He was released from Canyon County Jail and his charge of poss. of over 1 ounce of meth was dismissed. So the fbi not only lets him out as a confidential human source, they pay him over 2,000 in “expenses”, and dismiss his charge of poss.
    My daughter fears for her life. Fact is this guy is so violent yet law enforcement let him out. Knowing his record and reputation, to gather information. Law enforcement, knew that her life would be in extreme danger should his cover ever get blown, yet for three months he was with my daughter every day. He used meth daily and was rewarded with money and dismissed charges. If the gang would have found him out they would have left my daughter dead. You and I both know if that would have happened law enforcement would have shredded all field reports and it would be aired on the news as a drug related killing. They finally had information that he was armed so they picked him up and charged him with felon in possession of a firearm, and he is going to get 21/2 years my kid faces up to life. I just want people who think meth is so bad know it is and as long as law enforcement is allowed to do the job of a jury and make violent criminals charges disappear risking the safety of another human being and pay them for their expenses, we all know what his expense’s were, and then ask her to tell on others and threaten her with a life sentence if she doesn’t, where if she does she would be killed, is that justice? If you would take this story as truth and please pray to god for my kid. I thank all of you who read this and do care about others. Drug addiction can take your whole life or leave you dead, leave you with no hope and no defense. Shouldn’t we help addicts? or is it more acceptable to put them in more danger and use them, then give them life in prison, and how many deaths is there from the hasty decisions of agents like the ones who let this monster out, who would have denied anything to do with her death should she have been killed and while she gets life he is out in less than three years.

  7. j says:

    i’ve been coming to check out your site here and there. along with The Weekly Vice it paints a strong reminder of the harsh side of human nature. one thing i’d like to perhaps recommend is putting the county/city/state info leading into each story if possible. sometimes from reading a story it’s not entirely clear where things are taking place. plus maybe in the future you could filter/sort stories based on locales. just a suggestion – you are doing good work in educating. thanks!

  8. Randi ravenscroft says:

    Well I’m back and proud to say that I have stayed clean! It will be two yrs in AUG! Life is so much better. I’m happy I got a job apt and the trust of my family back. I can’t ask for anything else. All I can say to anyone struggling is go to meetings! I used na as a life support when everyone rightfully turned away from me. I have just gone to court to get my supervised visits dropped. Success! I’m slowly getting my kids back and can’t wait to see what other great things life brings me. It’s hard to see the blessing in each day when your to high to function let alone sleep…

    I pray for those still suffering

    • Doc says:

      Randi, that is truly AWESOME news indeed. I am so proud of you. And this just goes to show that addiction to meth can be defeated. Thank you so much for sharing that wonderful news!

  9. Mari Dauenhauer says:

    Thank you to all of you . I wish I could have helped my best but and yeah he did get violent and mean but I know it’s the drug because I no longer knew him. Well he is in jail now just recently got busted for sales and not his first time. He may be gone for good in prison all I can do is pray he gets the help he needs and gets out . He pretty much destroyed my life but it was the drug not him . My heart breaks every minute of everyday. I miss him . I haven’t seen or spoken to him since he split with my money in February but I pray for him and still love him. We were buds.I watched him change from day to day and could do nothing or he would hurt me. I went to his family he got mad left and they just hid him instead of helping me get him help. If there is anyone I feel anger towards is them. I hope some how some way we can all help these souls come back to us. I hope he somehow sees this as I want him to know I still love him and miss him gravely. Please don’t give up . I love you Core
    Thanks for this site Doc my family would hate me if they knew I am still here for him for they do not understand it’s the drug that did what he did but I do.
    miss mrz

  10. Josh says:

    Methamphetamine is a beautiful drug.

    Until you realise you’d give anything for another twirl
    and life seems pointless without it. It simultaneously takes hold of your mind body and soul and turns you into a self-absorbed, conscienceless vessel.
    There isn’t a day the thought doesn’t cross my mind to score. As I am sure most people who have used it will agree. But when it comes down to it.
    I may as well die now.

    Anyone who uses and feels any guilt when using,
    needs to stop being so weak and wake up to reality.
    There is still hope for you.
    If you really need help waking up go to any psychiatric ward in an area where people use meth.
    If you don’t care, I’m sure you’ll get a first hand perspective soon enough, if not you, your friends.

    Please keep updating this site.

    Josh
    Qld, Australia.

  11. Hi there – I am the publisher of Lane Today, and you posted our mugshots here. Thank you, and feel free to post anything from our site. We have meth-related articles and mugshots on our news site all the time here in Eugene-Springfield, Oregon. Keep up the great work!

  12. Jeanie Ervin says:

    My son died from an overdose, but it was a hot shot. No this doing. One day the I believe that God Almighty will show the man that took the live of my son – may he be punished by God’s standards. He knew what he was doing and all he cared about was the money to be made. He treated my son like a POS. \Granted he had been a junkie, bu tI truly believe He gave his heart to GOd and was forgiven of his sins and trespasses . Last time I talked to him, he said, ” I have asked forgiveness for my sins, and hope to meet Jesus for he is the way the truth and the life. I asked forgiveness for all my trangressions . And that I may be a better person in the future, and able to help all of those I Love to protect, and keep them all the days of their licves.

  13. Frank says:

    Great site! Thanks! I consider you an expert in this subject so I ask if you can put out more information on the cycle of a Meth Binge. I understand that once addicted that they can stay up anywhere from 4 days to two weeks. Can you explain what is happening during this period and when a meth addict may be at his/her most violent period? Also, what occurs when the violent act is committed? Do they shut down or binge some more? Any remorse in their actions? Thanks in advance.

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