Mexican Cartels Flood U.S. with Cheap, Potent Meth from ‘Superlabs’
The good news: The crackdown on methamphetamine in the U.S. is working.
The bad news: Mexican drug cartels are fulfilling the demand by pumping out cheap, potent meth from so-called “superlabs,” the Associated Press reports.
“These are sophisticated, high-tech operations in Mexico that are operating with extreme precision,” said Jim Shroba, a DEA agent in St. Louis. “They’re moving it out the door as fast as they can manufacture it.”
Meth coming from Mexico now accounts for 80% of the drug being sold in the U.S., according to the DEA.
And it’s more enticing then ever – purer, faster, strong and longer-lasting.
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