(ed:..i’ll say it again: legal cannabis would a great aid to those people trying to stop using this most destructive of drugs..
there was a widespread warning in the drug-culture of the 1960’s – ‘speed kills’..and it does – it kills brains and central nervous systems..it is one of the worst recreational-drug choices anyone can make..
and i repeat: legally available cannabis would be a great tool for those trying to kick meth..)
Police are finding fewer labs but more of the drug.
And it’s reaching a wider range of people than ever before.
‘It’s not going away’.
Detective Inspector Greg Murton’s statement about meth in Christchurch is one echoed by many of the agencies that try to combat its impact.
Police are finding larger quantities of the drug but fewer meth labs.
It is reaching people from wider age groups and in varying social circumstances.