Ecstasy: the traitor exposed




1. Testimonies given by youth during detoxification in the Narconon drug rehabilitation program. (All names were changed.)

2. “Toxicity and death from 3,4-methylendioxymehamphetamine (‘Ecstasy’),” J. A. Henry, K. J. Jeffreys, S. Dawling, Lancet, 1992.

3. “Consumption of ecstasy in Swiss,” Sophie Ayer & Gerhard Gmel, Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Other Addictions (ISPA), Lausanne, 1996.

4. Facts magazine, No. 32, 1995.

5. “Under the Label,” Dr. Charles Giroud, Lausanne Institute of Forensic Medicine, “Ecstasy, A Fad or a Danger for Youth?” No. 0 ISPA, Lausanne, 1997.

6. Homo Sapiens magazine, International Organization L. J. Engelmajer, No. 1, July-August 1996.

7. “Drugs and the Dealer-State,” Jean-Philippe Chenaux, Études et Enquêtes, No. 21, Centre Patronal, Lausanne, 1995.

8. “Ecstasy Is Not Innocent,” Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Other Addictions, Lausanne.

9. “The Joint: The Cause of Many Scandals,” G. Claudel, Vida, Miami, Florida.

10. “Rights, Drugs, Brain and Freedom,” Prof. Gabriel Nahas, La revue des deux mondes, February 1990.

11. “Ecstasy Causes Irreversible Nerve Lesions,” Dr. P. A. Wyss, Chairman of the Swiss Information Center on Drugs, Zurich, Semaine Médicale, Basel, January 25, 1995.

12. “The Dangers of Ecstasy — Consider it Carefully Before Being Sent on a Trip to the Emergency Room,” Thomas E. Schläpfer, toxicologist, Bulletin des Médecins suisses, Bern, October 26, 1994.

13. Gabriel Nahas, as quoted in “Drugs and the Dealer-State,” Chenaux. (See No. 7).


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