Thursday, July 21, 2011

Mexican Army Discovers Underground Meth Lab in Sinaloa

The Secretariat of Nation Defense informed that the yesterday afternoon the Mexican Army had discovered an underground laboratory producing methamphetamine; or crystal meth, the second found in northwest Mexico in the state of Sinaloa in less than a month. The lab is four meters deep and measures 100 square meters. Inside, there were signs of a large scale and professional operation, protective suits, an array of chemicals used in crystal meth production, and three reaction vessels with the capacity to hold more than 5,000 liters of the drug. The lab is was believed to be operated by the Sinaloa Cartel.


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