Synthetic pot led girl to have sex with devil, chop off chicken heads
According to a San Antonio media outlet, a Uvalde woman who refused to reveal her identity has stated that her daughter had to be admitted to the San Antonio State Hospital after smoking “synthetic marijuana.”
The woman said her daughter was a normal college student and an aspiring fashion designer. However once she began “smoking out” with her friends, she said her daughter began having psychotic episodes.
She then said “all of a sudden she would just go off into having sex with the devil,” the mother said. “And then it’s off to chopping chickens’ heads off.”
While many, especially those in the media are calling the substance synthetic marijuana, primarily known as K2 or Spice, the chemicals found in these designer drugs are in no way like the compounds found in cannabis, which is a non-toxic, non-lethal plant. Any attempt to relate this substance in any way to cannabis is dishonest at best, and a dangerous lie at worst, as it might lead people to believe that it is similar to cannabis when this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Incidents concerning these drugs have been popping up all around Texas, including most recently an indictment for conspiracy to manufacture and distribute, as well as a Central Texas man who police suspect died from consuming the substance. A crackdown in the Austin area has netted 1.5 tons of the substance.
Critics of cannabis prohibition often claim that if cannabis were not illegal, dangerous knock-off drugs such as this would largely cease to exist and be a very minor problem.
By: Stephen Carter
Stephen can be reached by email at TXCann@gmail.com
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