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Legality of sending Flunitrazepam HCL through mail, postal service
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Hello fellow UKCR researchers. Its been awhile since ive posted here, mostly due to health reasons. I'm doing well.
Im just very curious to know, that is if anyone can enlighten me on just how can some RC, and pharma suppliers can legally advertise branded products as in Flunitrazepam HCL, Alprazolam HCL, etc., and send to countries where it is controlled, and even no longer on the medical pharma markets (outlawed) as Flunitrazepam is in the U.S.?  Im sure, in the past, some of these suppliers has had parcels that had been seized, or simply picked at random, and searched, therefore finding these said chemicals, and investigating the supplier (sender) of if they are legally licensed to stock, and export the conviscated chemicals. Do most of these suppliers that advertise these branded, and controlled substances usually possess such license??.. Thanks guy's, n gals. Be safe!! * Flunitrazepam (Rohypnol) is no longer on the market in the USA
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#2
Shockingly, there are people out there willing to engage in unlawful conduct in order to make money. Generally IOPs are in countries with comparatively lax or poorly enforced drug laws. In most places, the buyer is breaking the law by importing controlled substances.
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(27-09-2017, 04:14 PM)niamh Wrote: Shockingly, there are people out there willing to engage in unlawful conduct in order to make money. Generally IOPs are in countries with comparatively lax or poorly enforced drug laws. In most places, the buyer is breaking the law by importing controlled substances.

True @ niamh.. Thinking im gonna just make an order for the analog, Flunitrazolam, n play things safe. Would really love to sample some Alprazolam HCL though. Prices here in the States average $3-$5 for a mg of branded pharma Alp.
Thanks for your input niamh
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The vendors are breaking the law, but likely that of a country where they and their company have absolutely no presence, and therefore don’t care (extradition is a near-impossibilty as it’s prohibitively expensive, time-consuming, and probably not even possible to obtain in most cases).

As a buyer, you’re breaking the law if you’re in possession of a controlled substance. The legality of the vendor’s actions don’t factor into that - even if you were buying it from somebody who was selling it 100% legally (e.g. if you buy cannabis from a licensed retailer in a state where recreational use is legal, then get caught for possession in a state where it isn’t, the fact that you bought it legally in another state is not a defence).
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#5
Alprazolam and flunitrazepam night and day when it comes to legality. Xanax is legal pretty much anywhere as a C--IV so yeah if you look a bit you could find someone in China who will ship you maybe just 5 grams of the powder. Alprazolam powder is listed along with research chemicals at at least one respectable RC source in China that I've seen lately so if Customs finds a C-IV along with some unscheduled RCs they'd have the discretion to seize the entire contents but it's just a regular C-IV so no big deal unless they find a kilogram in which case they might try arranging controlled delivery to charge poss. w. intent to distribute.

Flunitrazepam is a different story. Most of the drug-buying dollars going to China are coming from the USA and we have a law called the Hilary Farias Date-Rape Act that punishes illegal importation with up to 20 years in federal prison, and simple possession of any amount is a felony with up to 3 years, so since China's laws against fraudulent exportation are harsh, and since US Customs would be looking out for it, and the shipper in China could face 20 years and attempted extradition if they were sending any sizeable amounts, then it seems pretty obvious that getting cheap flunitrazepam powder from China is just a wet dream and sure you could find someone to take your money but odds are they'll send either nothing or send something else entirely.
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