[Ibogaine] O.T News from South Africa

Randy Faulconer bicuitboy714 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 07:32:48 EST 2009


          Hi Kev, I was wondering what kind of drugs they were making?? Also
on the other story they mention dagga, is that pot??

         Randy

On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 4:19 AM, Kevin Walker <kevin at ibogainesa.co.za>wrote:

>  *Also of interest Charles News 24*
>
> *Message:* Drug bust in delmas
>
> *Two held after drug house raid
> *
> Jan 26 2009 09:07:15:053PM
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> *Two people have been arrested after a house used as an illegal drugs
> factory was raided in Sundra, near Delmas.*
>
> Johannesburg - Two people were arrested after a house used as an illegal
> drugs factory was raided in Sundra, near Delmas, Mpumalanga police said on
> Monday.
>
> Superintendent Obed Ngwenya said police were alerted to an illegal drugs
> factory at a double-storey house on a plot near the N12 freeway on Monday
> afternoon.
>
> "The place was hired and used as a drugs factory. There is no furniture at
> all in the house. There are only machines used to manufacture drugs," he
> said.
>
> The drugs found were estimated to be worth more than a million rand.
>
> "We are still at the scene with fire extinguishers trying to put out a fire
> that we found on arrival," Ngwenya said.
>
> Two people were arrested during the raid and charged with illegal drug
> manufacturing.
>
> They were expected to appear in the Delmas Magistrate's Court soon.
>
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> *From:* ibogaine-bounces at mindvox.com [mailto:ibogaine-bounces at mindvox.com]
> *On Behalf Of *Charles Rossouw
> *Sent:* 27 January 2009 11:07 AM
> *To:* The Ibogaine List
> *Subject:* [Ibogaine] O.T News from South Africa
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>
> I thought with harm reduction being worked in to the upcoming forum, this
> may be of interest:
>
>
>
> By Alex Eliseev
>
> When officers stormed the Doors nightclub and began raiding it for drugs
> and underage patrons, Yolandi Brits asked if she could fetch her driving
> licence from the car.
>
> Instead of being granted a chance to prove she was 21, she was thrown into
> a police van, dragged out of it by her feet and beaten so severely, she
> landed up in hospital.
>
> Her story is one of more than a dozen of how a "nightmare" raid was
> conducted by Ekurhuleni metro police department (EMPD) officers in Edenvale
> at the weekend.
>
> The raid has sparked a criminal investigation - initiated by Brits - and an
> internal probe, and a string of civil suits are expected to be launched
> against the EMPD.
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> The Doors' management was due to host a meeting tonight to discuss taking
> further action against officers who treated its patrons "like terrorists".
>
> EMPD spokesperson Inspector Mveli Nhlapo on Monday said 35 people were
> tested for drugs, with 17 being arrested.
>
> Other arrests included that of three alleged drug dealers, five people in
> possession of stolen goods, and a drunk driver.
>
> Some of those drinking liquor illegally were as young as 12, Nhlapo
> claimed, and the "large quantity" of drugs seized ranged from dagga to
> cocaine.
>
> But Edenvale SA Police Service spokesperson Inspector Jean Olckers said
> only 16 cases were registered - all for the "use of drugs" (following the
> urine tests).
>
> Olckers said no drugs were booked in as evidence and no underage drinkers
> were detained.
>
> He confirmed that a case of assault had been opened against the EMPD.
>
> Brits recalled on Monday how she was punched and kicked in the face by
> three officers - including two females - after raising objections to her
> arrest and the assault of another woman outside the club.
>
> She was then forced to take a urine test at a nearby licensing centre, but
> was released after testing negative.
>
> Afterwards, at a nearby petrol station, she collapsed and blacked out.
>
> Her friends rushed her to a hospital, from which she was released with
> medication.
>
> On Monday, she complained of headaches and pains in her wrist and skull,
> where she had suffered a previous injury that was now aggravated.
>
> She said two of her friends who tried to assist her during the assault were
> also manhandled and pushed around.
>
> A patron who filmed the assault on his cellphone had it smashed by the
> officers, she claimed.
>
> "I'm disgusted. They strip you of everything," she said.
>
> Doors owner Carlos da Cunha consulted his lawyers on Monday, vowing that
> "we're not going to leave this".
>
> "We've been hassled before," he said.
>
> "But I've never seen anything like this."
>
> Doors manager Andrew Bowker said between 30 and 50 officers were in the
> club.
>
> "Whoever was inside had no human rights. As soon as you opened your mouth,
> they locked you up," he said.
>
> "They walked in like we were a bunch of terrorists."
>
> One 20-year-old woman, who spent a night in jail after having her urine
> tested at the club, said on Monday the entire group was set free because
> "everything (the EMPD did) was illegal".
>
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>     - *This article was originally published on page 1 of The Star<http://www.thestar.co.za/>on January 27, 2009
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