[Ibogaine] O.T News from South Africa

simon loxton simonloxton at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jan 27 08:41:50 EST 2009


I wonder if there is any evidence left after the fire?Another reason to stop prohibition. Would you rather have some one consuming drugs from a lab like this or some thing a bit more sanitary?

What "people" dont seem to understand is that others are going to do drugs whether its legal or not. Legalizing or decriminalizing drugs is not going to create more addicts; studies have shown that the opposite is true. Oh well...They say there is a time and place for everything; in this case its called college.




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From: Kevin Walker <kevin at ibogainesa.co.za>
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Sent: Tuesday, 27 January, 2009 11:19:13
Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] O.T News from South Africa

 
Also of interest Charles News 24
Message:Drug bust in delmas
Two
held after drug house raid

Jan 26 2009 09:07:15:053PM
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
 
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. 



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".



	* This article was originally published on page 1 of The Star on January 27, 2009 


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