Posts Tagged ‘Bath Salts’


“The mystery powder in the clear capsule cost $10, a dead giveaway it wasn’t the substance the dope peddler was claiming it was. Nobody sells the real deal for that price. Examining it under the light, one could see yellowish rice-shaped crystals shifting around inside the half-filled capsule. It didn’t even look like the genuine article.”

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The Miami Zombie

“Owen’s tolerance of uncertainty and keen nose for fear-mongering bullshit sadly set him apart from most journalists covering drug issues,” Jacob Sullum, Reason

http://reason.com/blog/2012/12/24/why-people-thought-bath-salts-made-rudy

“One of the last bona fide gonzo investigative journalists digs into the media hysteria surrounding bath salts,” Francisco Alvarado, Miami New Times

http://servingdope.com/2012/12/18/frank-owen-sinks-his-teeth-into-the-miami-zombie-and-bath-salts-for-playboy/

“But are bath salts really as dangerous as they sound? In a great piece on Playboy’s website, Frank Owen convincingly argues that, no, they aren’t,” Justin Peters, Slate 

http://www.slate.com/blogs/crime/2012/12/28/bath_salts_illegal_will_bath_salts_make_you_go_crazy.html

“In a patently entertaining and well-researched piece, the author not only probes the heart of the bath salts scare but ventures into the murky legal waters around bath salts by trying them himself,” NSN News, Legal Drug Reviews

http://www.legaldrugreviews.com/2012/12/playboys-no-nonsense-review-of-bath-salts-darn-good-journalism.html