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Friday, July 15, 2005

Cocaine traces at EU parliament

BBC

Cocaine traces have been found at the European Parliament in an inquiry by one of Germany's main broadcasters.

The Sat-1 channel sent reporters to take 46 swabs from toilets and other public areas of the Brussels buildings. Nearly all tested positive for cocaine.

A European Parliament spokeswoman said cocaine abuse was not a problem among staff working at the buildings.

A professor who analysed the samples said the amounts found were too great to have been carried in on clothing.

2 Comments:

  • I would like to see a U.S. media outlet run a similar test on Capitol Hill - and include the restrooms at the various agencies that promote and carry out the "War on U.S. Citizens Who Prefer to Use Drugs Other Than Alcohol, Tobacco and Caffeine".

    Zen

    By Anonymous zen4usa@yahoo.com, at 10:28 AM  

  • LONG LIVE COCAINE!
    POLITICIANS ARE NOT IMMUNE TO ITS WONDERFUL BEAUTY!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:22 AM  

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