Monday, April 22, 2013

'P' lab cooker gets burned.

We often think of the victims of 'P' from on perspective; that is the damage it does to those using it and the flow-on affects to their families and others. Those ramifications are obvious and enduring.
Another aspect is also worrying. The houses or flats (even motel rooms) that have been used in the 'cooking' process is that the toxic residues do a great deal of damage and that is expensive to repair. Would you buy a property or rent one that has been used for such purposes? Would you even know?
In today's Herald we read about a 'cooker' being badly burned when the operation resulted in an explosion. Now, we the taxpayers have to fix this operons up in our public hospitals. That makes me angry, when I think about who might be put further down the list for other much needed services. NO, I am not saying that criminals should not receive help, but if there is a way of 'extracting money' from their illegal earnings, then go for it.
Now go and read my book, 'Roskill.'  My book takes a look from  teenage perspective about he damage 'P' does tour families, although the adults I the story have a strong voice too. You can purchase it form my website. www.autorneilcoleman.com
Please note. I am having Roskill  reedited and abridged so that will be available soon too.