DEA Warns About Dangerous Ecstasy Drug Known as “Molly”

By Allan Lengel

The head of the DEA in Atlanta is warning the public about the dangers of a powerful designer ecstasy  drug that goes by the names “MOLLY’ or “Meow Meow” and “Drone.”

Harry S. Sommers, special agent in charge of the Atlanta office, is warning that the pure, high quality powder form of the popular designer drug ecstasy has been well-documented to be adulterated and formed into a number of dangerous and potentially deadly analogues.

A press release out of Atlanta states:

 On June 30, 2013, one person died and 125 were hospitalized after ingesting a drug called “Molly” while attending the Central Washington State Music Festival. At a bar in Boston, on August 28, 2013, three people overdosed, and one person died from a drug overdose from what authorities believe may have been “Molly.” And on September 2, 2013, two people died and four more were hospitalized in New York City at a concert after apparently taking a drug marketed as “Molly.” Toxicology reports will provide a better understanding of the causes of these deaths.


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