DEA's Greatest Success?
April 8, 2009 11:29 AM Subscribe
In May 1995, the American government's Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) made an attempt to disrupt the supply chain of methamphetamine precursors, such as pseudoephedrine, by shutting down two major suppliers of the precursors under authority granted by the Domestic Chemical Diversion Control Act. Was it successful? Only temporarily
, according to new research by Carlos Dobkin
and Nancy Nicosia
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