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Police bust deadly drugs factory in hospital morgue

By The Siberian Times reporter
18 December 2015

Killer amphetamines manufactured next to dead bodies.

They manufactured up to 20 grams in each session. Picture: Picture: Ministry of Internal Affairs in Khabarovsk region

Police and FSB in Khabarovsk arrested two medics accused of running the illegal drugs plant from a hospital morgue. The leader of the eerie was a 23 year old anaesthetist intern. He worked with two students of the Far Eastern Medical University in a drugs factory operating since last year.

Drug laboratory in Khabarovsk


Drug laboratory in Khabarovsk


Drug laboratory in Khabarovsk


Drug laboratory in Khabarovsk

A 23 year old anaesthetist intern worked with two students of the Far Eastern Medical University in a drugs factory in hospitals morgue. Picture: Ministry of Internal Affairs in Khabarovsk region

Police seized the drugs and equipment in the morgue. The three were detained and put under house arrest. One worked as a medical orderly in the morgue while also being a student. 

Police are now searching for the sellers of the amphetamines. They manufactured up to 20 grams in each session. 

The scam produced 'large quantities' of illegal narcotics, said police. 

Comments (3)

what a joke, 20 grams of meth loooool.
Darwin: riiiight, vodka is 100 times more dangerous and fatal than amphetamines.
Valentin,, Edmonton
25/12/2015 09:29
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Anybody caught selling these Dangerous Drugs needs a bullet in the head.
Darwin, USA
19/12/2015 20:22
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what clowns the police. not even rubber gloves. who knows what germs and things are floating around there.or fingerprints they migh damage... should give them -101 of Dedektiv work- to read
Benedikt, Moscow,Russia
19/12/2015 12:51
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