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Guardian News Report - Rockness Fatality
#1
Here's a news report about the (alleged) drug related fatality at Rockness. The article also mentions Benzo Fury in relation to hospitalisations that the police are investigating.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2012/j...l-scotland
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#2
"They are thought to have taken drugs including so-called legal highs. They remain in hospital but are not in a life-threatening condition.

Police said they were making inquiries about a substance known as benzo fury, which they think may have been taken by those being treated in hospital. They warned it could be very dangerous, particularly if taken with other substances."


Sounds like the possibility of mixing substances. There was quite a lot of warnings about PMMA pills at the event from what I've read too.

This really is turning out to be a shitty weekend. A shitty weekend indeed. :(
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#3
(10-06-2012, 03:40 PM)Cyrus The Virus' Grissom Wrote: theres nothing to say he died from legal highs.

wait for the postmortem.

Police said a 19-year-old woman and a 20-year-old man were also taken to hospital from the festival in the early hours of Sunday morning. They are thought to have taken drugs including so-called legal highs. They remain in hospital but are not in a life-threatening condition.

Well... they said that.
Which is as near as they would be able to say before toxicology, etc were done.
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#4
It seems like every reported death involves polydrug use or enormous dosages administered intravenously.

Won't stop the media pushing the old "one pill could kill" line though.
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#5
It's bad combination with the heat, and then these types of drugs. PMMA would seem more likely then 6-apb. The girlfriend may have told them 6-apb out of fear of admitting to buying what she thought was ectasy. Without the medical report and toxicology report we won't know, and the it's up to the media to decide if they print what was learned. They may decide that the 6-apb story sounds better.
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#6
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/man-dies-collap...56038.html
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#7
"Advice is that the term 'legal' does not mean 'safe'.

Has anyone, anywhere, EVER thought this?
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#8
actually, a lot of people do.

I've spoken to people I know (who arent into chemistry in the slightest, but are into drugs) and been talking about 3-meo-PCP, they all seem to be against trying it until I say "its legal to possess, buy, sell and create", in which their opinions quickly change from PCPFEAR to being intrigued.
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#9
..I'd agree, many seem to think legal equates to safe, low harm or mild effects especially when it comes to mixing..
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#10
I say make legals illegal and illegals legal nothing I know that's illegal lasts 24 sodding hours.
Harm reduction at its finest.
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