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Canada They use bites to attack their victims: the new drug that alarms

17:45  27 october  2021
17:45  27 october  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

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Ils utilisent des piqûres pour agresser leurs victimes : la nouvelle drogue qui alarme © PEXELS / ARTEM PODREZ They use bites to attack their victims: the new drug that alarms in an article published Saturday, October 23, 2021, the Huffington Post reveals that in the United Kingdom, the police investigate on a new drug injected into young nightclubs by nightclubs using a single sting.

After The Violeur drug, the GHB introduced in the beverages of victims , did manufacturers have developed a new product with similar effects? In the United Kingdom, a substance worries the authorities, facing an increased testimony of young women who denounce aggression that took place in bars or nightclubs. They remember that the drug was injected, without their knowledge, using Hypodermic needles , as the Huffington Post relate in an article published Saturday, October 23, 2021.

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Our confreres specify that 24 reports involving syringes have been received by the police since September. The British authorities are very concerned about this new practice that had been denounced for the first time by two students at the University of Nottingham, Zara Owen and Sarah Buckle. They had publicly testified in the media overseas . To illustrate their remarks, the victims presented on the screen traces of needles and bruises that covered their skin. Zara Owen had received an injection at the leg. Indeed, the next morning, she had no memory of the day before. She had nevertheless very badly at the level of the leg on which she saw a trace of sting.

Several arrests

Sarah Buckle had collapsed, for her evening. She presented a bruise on her hand, that she shared during her passage on the channel Channel 4 News. The Huffington Post reveals that the Police of Nottinghamshire, arrested two men, aged 18 and 19, on Friday 22 October 2021 as part of this survey conducted on these "pitfalls". In the Lincolnshire, the police arrested a 35-year-old man possessed drugs. No needle would have been involved in his desire to administer drugs to potential victims. To attempt to stem this new phenomenon, more than 100,000 people have signed a petition asking that careful excavations are respected on customers wishing to enter into a nightclub.

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Quebec City honours victims on first anniversary of deadly sword attack .
MONTREAL — Officials in Quebec's capital held ceremonies and urged residents to come together on Sunday to honour the victims and survivors of a deadly sword attack that unfolded one year ago. The Halloween night attack that shook the province played out in Quebec City's historic streets when a man dressed in a medieval costume and wielding a Japanese-style sword allegedly went on a rampage. "After the shock, pain, sadness and anger of the past year, we will come together to make more sense of our lives and our city," Quebec's outgoing mayor Régis Labeaume said in a statement.

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