(video) Oklahoma: Police discovered methamphetamine in a Nichols Hills home, valued at just under a million dollars. Buyer beware.
(video) Part II: A former meth cook advises Oklahoma legislators to make pseudoephedrine a prescription
(Video) Robert Tinkle, a former meth addict and meth cook advises Oklahoma legislators to make pseudoephedrine a prescription drug if they want to put an end to the state’s meth lab problem. He spent over 23 years in prison for manufacturing meth and other drug-related crimes. Tinkle’s testimony includes an inside look at meth labs, which includes pseudoephedrine, smurfing, fake IDs, as well as a look at how meth addiction and meth manufacturing became a large part of his family’s history.
(Video) A former meth addict talks to Oklahoma state legislators about meth addiction during an interim study about pseudoephedrine and meth labs that was held on October 3 – 4, 2011 at the Oklahoma State Capitol Building.
Thinking about renting or buying a home in Tennessee? Don’t judge a house by its cover! Meth can be made anywhere, including some very nice homes that are located in some very expensive neighborhoods. Before you buy or rent, have the home tested for meth, even if the seller or landlord gives you no indication that the home is a former meth lab!
Video: During a New Mexico Hearing on Air Quality and Children’s Health, Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) questioned Dr. Donna Upson of the American Lung Association about whether air pollution contributes to breathing problems.
Upson’s response suggests that air pollution aggravates asthma and can creates respiratory health issues. Although the discussion focuses on outdoor pollutants, what it reveals about indoor air quality is vitally important. Former meth lab homes are full of toxic air particles, which is why professionals wear head-to-toe protection, which includes respirators, when they enter a home that’s been used to make meth.