The Smurfs on meth?
OK, methamphetamine is in no way hilarious. Let’s get that straight. But the term “smurfing” is super ridiculous. I love it. Here’s a press release from Rep. Sean Roberts, R-Hominy.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Legislation that would increase the penalties for individuals helping meth cooks evade pseudoephedrine limits has gained committee approval.
House Bill 2808, by state Rep. Sean Roberts, would make it unlawful for any person to knowingly dispense, sell, transfer or otherwise furnish a pseudoephedrine product outside a licensed pharmacy.
“This legislation will give the state another tool to fight meth labs, and it will crack down on ‘smurfing’ by making that practice explicitly illegal,” said Roberts, R-Hominy. “Individuals who resell pseudoephedrine to meth cooks are just as guilty as the drug dealer, and it’s time state law treated them that way.”
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