Rethinking Thailand’s war on methamphetamines

Rethinking Thailand’s war on methamphetamines – IRIN, January 13, 2014
…A 2013 report by the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS found that drug abuse and corruption is also widespread among Thai police, and is affecting the country’s war against drugs.
Many drug users claim they have had drugs planted on them, have been beaten, or forced to take an unlawful urine test, or have had to pay a bribe to police officers, who have also been known to sexually assault female drug users, advocates claim…

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One Response to Rethinking Thailand’s war on methamphetamines

  1. %%% says:

    Q: How many intellectuals does it take to change a light bulb?
    A: None. But any attempt to change the aforesaid lightbulb has to preceded by by huge amounts of intellectual input stating (at very best) the complete bleeding obvious.

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