North Korea May Be Pushing Meth at "Breaking Bad" Purity Level
Alleged drug dealer boasts of North Korea's role in high-grade meth he was selling, according to federal indictment
North Korea may be pushing a highly potent form of methamphetamine into the United States, a development that came to light in an indictment unsealed today in New York.
Five foreign nationals arrested in Thailand were charged with being part of an Asia-based syndicate that plotted to smuggle meth produced in North Korea to New York. Court records indicate that the suppliers agreed to sell 100 kilograms of North Korean meth—at $60,000 a kilogram—to a drug trafficker who was actually working with the Drug Enforcement Administration.