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Old 03-27-2006, 08:58 AM
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Clonazepam aids rapists

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Two Sydney men have been convicted of preying on vulnerable young tourists at inner-city bars, spiking their drinks with epilepsy medication to rob and rape them.


They used the drug Clonazepam, commonly known as Rivotril, to spike the drinks of their victims and slow their responses.

Rivotril's side-effects include temporary amnesia and sleepiness.

Djait, an Algerian who moved to Australia in 1998, told the court he used epilepsy medication to treat his own illnesses, including depression.
Drink spikers found guilty

What is the world coming to? I hope the victims don't develop permanent neurological damage from the drugs.
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Old 03-27-2006, 12:09 PM
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Lovely. Whats the matter couldn't they find any rohipnal? Hey, eye drops work too. Just ask any john who's been rolled by a hooker.

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