Methamphetamine torchki

"From moonshine to marijuana passed, and from it - to methamphetamine," - says Ricky Smith, an employee of the department to combat drug trafficking. Smith was arrested several hundred manufacturers of methamphetamine. According to a survey conducted in the US, 45 states, methamphetamine is considered one of the most dangerous and the most widespread narcotic drugs. In small-town America, where it is not usual big money and expensive drugs are not in the course, receive a special distribution of methamphetamine, OxyContin and morphine.

1. Tremmel, Virginia, Phillips and his 9-year-old granddaughter, Hannah n, on the porch of a community center after a meeting of anti-drug movement. In Tremmele, a small mountain town Dickenson County, where about 63 of the 70 residents are unemployed, nearly 53% are on disability. It is in cities like this one, in the course of drugs like methamphetamine, as well as drugs like morphine and OxyContin. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)




2. Kenneth Meredith (38 years old) tells the story of the methods of preparation and their methamphetamine addiction rehabilitation clinic LifeSkills in Bowling Green, Kentucky. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)




3. Tremmel, Virginia - Members of the anti-drug group of local residents read a prayer at the beginning of the meeting in the community center. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)




4. Klintvud, Virginia - man in handcuffs in Dickenson County jail, after he and two others were arrested this morning for purchasing drugs from an undercover agent. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)




5. Klintvud, Virginia, USA - Dorothy Hay sitting in a cell in the county jail Dickenson. Dorothy was recently sentenced to ten years in prison for distributing narkotivkov. Her son, Stacey Hay is also currently serving a sentence in the same prison. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)




6. Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA - the photo on the wall among the ruins of the house on Grimes Road, which was destroyed in the bombing of February 9, 2005. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



7. Cookeville, Tennessee, USA - former drug addict Charlotte Sanders Rene Dillinger and the prisoner Tony Jones to pray with Donna Harris County Jail in Patna. Charlotte lost custody of her two daughters because of addiction to methamphetamine. Put behind bars, she discovered religion, and got rid of the addiction that lasted for 10, 5 years. Compared with 95% of people who are unable to complete the course of rehabilitation, it is an inspiring example. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



8. Dickenson, Virginia, USA - woman inhales crushed pills Lortab. It consists of 7 tablets of hydrocodone mg and 500 mg paracetamol. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



9. Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA - addict and chef Charles Parker (22) talks about her addiction. His wife died, sat behind the wheel intoxicated and then he enrolled in a course of rehabilitation. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



10. Athens, Tennessee, United States - is a vessel with a liquid metol in the laboratory in the house at the county highway 276 130. Metol - the final stage in the creation of methamphetamine. This vessel 1200 grams of liquid on the street price is about 500 thousand. Dollars. The liquid evaporates, and will remain a powder. Today, law enforcement officials are waging a war against small meth labs, as before, they fought with bootleggers. People create these laboratories, not in order to make big money, but in order to provide the drug himself, his family and friends. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



11. Athens, Tennessee, United States - Deputy County Sheriff Kenneth Pruett adjusts mask before entering the clandestine methamphetamine laboratories. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



12. Athens, Tennessee, USA - Some items used to manufacture methamphetamine. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



13. Athens, Tennessee, United States - Neighbors Kay Davis (left) and Mary Clayton cover their faces because of the strong smell of located near the laboratory. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



14. Athens, Tennessee, United States Deputy County Sheriff BJ Johnson inspects equipment in the bathroom, used for the production of methamphetamine. Owners Laboratory Ed Guffey and Ian Maxwell were not at home when the police arrived. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



15. Smith, Virginia, USA - a letter on the table in a room of the house where was discovered a clandestine laboratory. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



16. Trammel, Virginia, USA - Amy Booker, 28, a recovering drug addict in the yard of his parents. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



17. Kentucky, United States - in the shower, the ambulance rushes on the highway near the border with Virginia. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



18 Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - Marilyn Kennedy (center) and her sister Brenda Drennon were arrested on charges of distributing methamphetamine. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



19. Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA - the debris left after cooking methamphetamine, scattered far from the house exploded. The explosion was caused by an incident in the underground laboratory. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



20. Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA - Sally talks about her addiction to methamphetamine and OxyContin. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



21. Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA - This place - the ruins of the house Grimes Road, which was destroyed in the bombing of February 9th, 2005, law enforcement officers believe was caused by a methamphetamine lab there.



22 Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - Marilyn Kennedy (center) and her sister Brenda Drennon were arrested on charges of distributing methamphetamine. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



23. Cookeville, Tennessee, USA - former drug addict Charlotte Sanders Rene Dillinger and the prisoner Tony Jones to pray with Donna Harris County Jail in Patna. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



24. Klintvud, Virginia, USA - Seven year old Dalton Booker, his mother and other members of the anti-drug movement locals in the city center. In July 2004, the movement consisted of a few people, and now has grown and spread to neighboring towns. While other neighboring districts experiencing a surge in methamphetamine use in Dickenson is still the number one problem is the abuse of drugs. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



25. Cookeville, Tennessee, USA - former drug addict Charlotte Sanders shows his photograph taken once in a police station. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



26. Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA - Evidence - a package of methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is also known on the street as ice, glass, smart, screw and met. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)



27. Klintvud, Virginia, USA - Judy Taylor celebrates its 35th anniversary in Dickenson County Jail. In remote mountain towns in south-west Virginia real raging drug epidemic. According to the US Census Bureau for 1999 below the poverty line live in Dickenson 21, 3% of people. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times / ZUMA)

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