Students produced drugs in Moscow State University

Moscow police terminated the network of drug-producers and sellers.
Lately young rich drug addicts from Moscow started using amphetamine narcotic of a very high quality.

This narcotic was produced in Moscow. The policemen revealed a group of people who were engaged in selling the drug - 10 pеople under 23 years of age, all – Moscow residents, students and alumni of prestigious universities.

The police also found an illegal laboratory for producing drugs. Amphetamine was produced in the lab of the Department of Chemistry of Moscow State University, and the reagents purchased by the University for academic purposes, were used for producing the drug.

The boss of the network of the drug-sellers, and producer of amphetamine was a graduate of Moscow State University. He graduated with a degree in Chemistry with distinction in 2004.

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