Meth

Feds Claim Actual 'Blue Meth' on Streets of New Mexico

Popularized in Breaking Bad

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Federal officials say blue meth, fictionalised in Breaking Bad, has now hit the streets of New Mexico—and is very dangerous.

A spokesman for federal Department of Homeland Security in Albuquerque told KOB-TV that the threat is very real.

"We are we are seeing an increase in blue meth up in the Four Corners, and into the Farmington region," Kevin Abar was quoted as saying.

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  1. Really?! How interesting, and how very much the “Breaking Bad” series influenced all this is even more interesting. One of the best written, produced and most popular TV series ever has come true. And you can be sure those cartels north and south of the border are heavily involved in it. Before you know it, I would not be surprised if all these drug cartels control the United States of America as they do Mexico. Sound bizarre? Think again.

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