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by:HICOOL     2021-10-11
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FRESNO, Calif.
In the dirty underworld of meth, human traffickers disguised the drug as liquid and smuggled it from Mexico to the United States.
Dissolved in a solution, sealed in a bottle of tequila or a container of plastic detergent to fool border agents and traffic officers.
Once deep into California's Central Valley, meth chefs turn it into crystal --
Most popular
After finishing the form on the street
Severe regulation has pushed the super poison
The lab south of the border, where meth is made outside the U. S. eye. S.
But smaller conversion labs are rapidly emerging in domestic communities, such as a house explosion in Fresno two years ago.
The people at home sealed it tight so the story-
Tell the smoke not to give them away.
"These guys, they don't have a PhD. D.
"I'm a chemistry major," said Sgt . "
Matt Alexander from Fresno County Sheriff's Office
"They focus on not being caught.
"Investigators say it's impossible to know how much liquid meth has crossed the border, but agents in Central California say they 've seen more in the past few years.
On 2012, a California Highway Patrol stopped a 20-year-
An old man on Interstate 5 said he seemed nervous about traveling from southern California to Oregon.
The officer found 15 bottles of meth in a box full of dissolved meth but labeled with Mexican tequila.
The man admitted drug trafficking and was sentenced to 46 months' imprisonment by the Federation.
At the end of 2013, three men were charged and 12 gallons were found in a drug task force (45 litres)
Liquid meth and 42 pounds in Fresno House (19 kilograms)
Of the drugs available for sale, there are four guns and 5,000 rounds of ammunition.
Earlier this year, officials raided a Madera home and found a laboratory to convert liquid meth to 176 pounds (80 kilograms)
Crystal worth more than $1 million.
No one was arrested, but agents said the blast hit the organization behind the lab.
Mike Prado, permanent agent for the United StatesS.
The Fresno office of the US Department of Homeland Security says law enforcement agencies have been looking for creative ways for cartels to smuggle meth.
"We have become better at detecting something," Prado said . ".
"When they understand this, they modify their approach. "The super-
Laboratories traveling south to Mexico are notoriously toxic to people and the environment, but Prado says small conversion laboratories in the Central Valley are more dangerous.
His agent found them in a densely populated apartment building and found them in the quiet neighborhood where the children were playing on the street.
During the conversion process, the chef evaporates the liquid and uses highly combustible chemicals such as acetone to make crystals.
The smoke was trapped inside.
"The spark can turn it into a fireball," Prado said . ".
That's what happened in 2012, when a middle-class family
Fresno's class was blown off.
The explosion shot the air conditioner into the neighbor's yard.
The other neighbor had to replace the roof that had turned over due to a concussion.
Two men ran out of their homes and investigators said one more was seriously injured.
Officials say inter-state and close proximity to Mexico in Central California make it an attractive distribution center for cartels.
John Donnelly, who has been in charge of the United States until recentlyS.
S. Drug Administration's Fresno office says agents across the country are tracking meth in the central California Valley.
"We are the source of the Far East in Seattle, Portland, Alaska and Carolina," Donnelly said . ".
Not all the meth on the north shore can reach Central California.
Two men were arrested in San Bernardino last month when investigators found a conversion lab, 206 pounds (93 kilograms)
Meth and 250 gallons (945 litres)
Can produce 1,250 pounds liquid (567 kilograms)of crystals.
Investigators suspect the seized drugs were worth $7 from Mexico. 2 million.
Not all liquid meth will cross the border.
Last year, a 16-year-
The old man from Mexico was stopped at a crossroads near San Diego.
He volunteered to take a big sip and convince the inspector that the liquid he drank was only apple juice, not ice poison.
The teenager began to scream in pain and died within hours. Eric L.
Orson, a Latin American researcher at the Woodro Wilson International Center in Washington. C.
He said he witnessed agents on a 2012-kilometer border patrol in Laredo, Texas, capturing liquid meth disguised in water bottles.
Liquid meth, he says, is only the latest innovation in transporting drugs to make a profit.
Smugglers used tunnels, submarines, drones, Orson said. year-
The old farmer was used as bait.
"When there is demand, there is no end to the creativity of bringing drugs to the market," he said of turning to liquid meth.
California-related presfresno
In the dirty underworld of meth, human traffickers disguised the drug as liquid and smuggled it from Mexico to the United States.
Dissolved in a solution, sealed in a bottle of tequila or a container of plastic detergent to fool border agents and traffic officers.
Once deep into California's Central Valley, meth chefs turn it into crystal --
Most popular
After finishing the form on the street
Severe regulation has pushed the super poison
The lab south of the border, where meth is made outside the U. S. eye. S.
But smaller conversion labs are rapidly emerging in domestic communities, such as a house explosion in Fresno two years ago.
The people at home sealed it tight so the story-
Tell the smoke not to give them away.
"These guys, they don't have a PhD. D.
"I'm a chemistry major," said Sgt . "
Matt Alexander from Fresno County Sheriff's Office
"They focus on not being caught.
"Investigators say it's impossible to know how much liquid meth has crossed the border, but agents in Central California say they 've seen more in the past few years.
On 2012, a California Highway Patrol stopped a 20-year-
An old man on Interstate 5 said he seemed nervous about traveling from southern California to Oregon.
The officer found 15 bottles of meth in a box full of dissolved meth but labeled with Mexican tequila.
The man admitted drug trafficking and was sentenced to 46 months' imprisonment by the Federation.
At the end of 2013, three men were charged and 12 gallons were found in a drug task force (45 litres)
Liquid meth and 42 pounds in Fresno House (19 kilograms)
Of the drugs available for sale, there are four guns and 5,000 rounds of ammunition.
Earlier this year, officials raided a Madera home and found a laboratory to convert liquid meth to 176 pounds (80 kilograms)
Crystal worth more than $1 million.
No one was arrested, but agents said the blast hit the organization behind the lab.
Mike Prado, permanent agent for the United StatesS.
The Fresno office of the US Department of Homeland Security says law enforcement agencies have been looking for creative ways for cartels to smuggle meth.
"We have become better at detecting something," Prado said . ".
"When they understand this, they modify their approach. "The super-
Laboratories traveling south to Mexico are notoriously toxic to people and the environment, but Prado says small conversion laboratories in the Central Valley are more dangerous.
His agent found them in a densely populated apartment building and found them in the quiet neighborhood where the children were playing on the street.
During the conversion process, the chef evaporates the liquid and uses highly combustible chemicals such as acetone to make crystals.
The smoke was trapped inside.
"The spark can turn it into a fireball," Prado said . ".
That's what happened in 2012, when a middle-class family
Fresno's class was blown off.
The explosion shot the air conditioner into the neighbor's yard.
The other neighbor had to replace the roof that had turned over due to a concussion.
Two men ran out of their homes and investigators said one more was seriously injured.
Officials say inter-state and close proximity to Mexico in Central California make it an attractive distribution center for cartels.
John Donnelly, who has been in charge of the United States until recentlyS.
S. Drug Administration's Fresno office says agents across the country are tracking meth in the central California Valley.
"We are the source of the Far East in Seattle, Portland, Alaska and Carolina," Donnelly said . ".
Not all the meth on the north shore can reach Central California.
Two men were arrested in San Bernardino last month when investigators found a conversion lab, 206 pounds (93 kilograms)
Meth and 250 gallons (945 litres)
Can produce 1,250 pounds liquid (567 kilograms)of crystals.
Investigators suspect the seized drugs were worth $7 from Mexico. 2 million.
Not all liquid meth will cross the border.
Last year, a 16-year-
The old man from Mexico was stopped at a crossroads near San Diego.
He volunteered to take a big sip and convince the inspector that the liquid he drank was only apple juice, not ice poison.
The teenager began to scream in pain and died within hours. Eric L.
Orson, a Latin American researcher at the Woodro Wilson International Center in Washington. C.
He said he witnessed agents on a 2012-kilometer border patrol in Laredo, Texas, capturing liquid meth disguised in water bottles.
Liquid meth, he says, is only the latest innovation in transporting drugs to make a profit.
Smugglers used tunnels, submarines, drones, Orson said. year-
The old farmer was used as bait.
"When there is demand, there is no end to the creativity of bringing drugs to the market," he said of turning to liquid meth.
California-related presfresno
In the dirty underworld of meth, human traffickers disguised the drug as liquid and smuggled it from Mexico to the United States.
Dissolved in a solution, sealed in a bottle of tequila or a container of plastic detergent to fool border agents and traffic officers.
Once deep into California's Central Valley, meth chefs turn it into crystal --
Most popular
After finishing the form on the street
Severe regulation has pushed the super poison
The lab south of the border, where meth is made outside the U. S. eye. S.
But smaller conversion labs are rapidly emerging in domestic communities, such as a house explosion in Fresno two years ago.
The people at home sealed it tight so the story-
Tell the smoke not to give them away.
"These guys, they don't have a PhD. D.
"I'm a chemistry major," said Sgt . "
Matt Alexander from Fresno County Sheriff's Office
"They focus on not being caught.
"Investigators say it's impossible to know how much liquid meth has crossed the border, but agents in Central California say they 've seen more in the past few years.
On 2012, a California Highway Patrol stopped a 20-year-
An old man on Interstate 5 said he seemed nervous about traveling from southern California to Oregon.
The officer found 15 bottles of meth in a box full of dissolved meth but labeled with Mexican tequila.
The man admitted drug trafficking and was sentenced to 46 months' imprisonment by the Federation.
At the end of 2013, three men were charged and 12 gallons were found in a drug task force (45 litres)
Liquid meth and 42 pounds in Fresno House (19 kilograms)
Of the drugs available for sale, there are four guns and 5,000 rounds of ammunition.
Earlier this year, officials raided a Madera home and found a laboratory to convert liquid meth to 176 pounds (80 kilograms)
Crystal worth more than $1 million.
No one was arrested, but agents said the blast hit the organization behind the lab.
Mike Prado, permanent agent for the United StatesS.
The Fresno office of the US Department of Homeland Security says law enforcement agencies have been looking for creative ways for cartels to smuggle meth.
"We have become better at detecting something," Prado said . ".
"When they understand this, they modify their approach. "The super-
Laboratories traveling south to Mexico are notoriously toxic to people and the environment, but Prado says small conversion laboratories in the Central Valley are more dangerous.
His agent found them in a densely populated apartment building and found them in the quiet neighborhood where the children were playing on the street.
During the conversion process, the chef evaporates the liquid and uses highly combustible chemicals such as acetone to make crystals.
The smoke was trapped inside.
"The spark can turn it into a fireball," Prado said . ".
That's what happened in 2012, when a middle-class family
Fresno's class was blown off.
The explosion shot the air conditioner into the neighbor's yard.
The other neighbor had to replace the roof that had turned over due to a concussion.
Two men ran out of their homes and investigators said one more was seriously injured.
Officials say inter-state and close proximity to Mexico in Central California make it an attractive distribution center for cartels.
John Donnelly, who has been in charge of the United States until recentlyS.
S. Drug Administration's Fresno office says agents across the country are tracking meth in the central California Valley.
"We are the source of the Far East in Seattle, Portland, Alaska and Carolina," Donnelly said . ".
Not all the meth on the north shore can reach Central California.
Two men were arrested in San Bernardino last month when investigators found a conversion lab, 206 pounds (93 kilograms)
Meth and 250 gallons (945 litres)
Can produce 1,250 pounds liquid (567 kilograms)of crystals.
Investigators suspect the seized drugs were worth $7 from Mexico. 2 million.
Not all liquid meth will cross the border.
Last year, a 16-year-
The old man from Mexico was stopped at a crossroads near San Diego.
He volunteered to take a big sip and convince the inspector that the liquid he drank was only apple juice, not ice poison.
The teenager began to scream in pain and died within hours. Eric L.
Orson, a Latin American researcher at the Woodro Wilson International Center in Washington. C.
He said he witnessed agents on a 2012-kilometer border patrol in Laredo, Texas, capturing liquid meth disguised in water bottles.
Liquid meth, he says, is only the latest innovation in transporting drugs to make a profit.
Smugglers used tunnels, submarines, drones, Orson said. year-
The old farmer was used as bait.
"When there is demand, there is no end to the creativity of bringing drugs to the market," he said of turning to liquid meth.
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