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Drug structure changes. The important thing to remember is that the designer drugs are being manufactured in small labs around the country by individuals who are then selling them. Therefore it would be impossible to know precisely what is in the drug and how to counter-act it. It would also be difficult to test for the drug. Click on the SOACOR ball to view the article.

Rhodes college has an article written by Amanda Garrigan, Staff Correspondent, Surviving Sexual Assault. In the article she indicates that there are 1.3 forcible rapes every minute. She indicates that this new drug (Ruffies) takes 10 minutes to take affect and she states it can last for eight to ten hours. that there are additional problems such as loss of inhibition, extreme sleepiness, relaxation, and amnesia when combined with alcohol.

Detroit News article of February 20, 1996 by Scripps Howard News Service, "Lawmakers move to limit new sedative" states that some lawmakers want it declared a danger before it spreads, while at that time the drug's manufacturer and others believed that to make the drug illegal is an over reaction that attacks the drug, not the crime.

This site is the March 26, 1977 Testimony of the Massachusetts Medical Society to outlaw the "Date Rape drugs in support of House Bill 1652. "Although it is illegal to make, sell or possess in the United States, flunitrazepam is inexpensive, easy to obtain, and becoming increasingly popular with teens. It is odorless, tasteless, and easily dissolved in liquid...

Doreen Van Lee of News Stringer wrote an article entitled "Rohypnol, 'the date rape drug' pushed to public forefront." In this article she mentions GHB which is the "home brew" of the rohypnol tablet. She states that GHB is also colorless, odorless and tasteless. GHB can cause dizziness, nausea, vomiting, confusion, seizures, severe respiratory difficulties, unconsciousness and coma.
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