The store where this video was taken is at the 7-11 location by Peace Frogs on Route 14 off of route 17 bypass. The reporter was unfair in this video. She knew the guy was not a doctor or any other type of professional, neither was she. So who is she to even ask? She is a reporter but not an attorney. Why is she asking him legal questions? Not so nice when the shoe is on the other foot is it.
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We do not agree with the sales of synthetic drugs. No one knows the long term effects of these new chemicals and the short term effects are already showing a lot of disastrous effects. What no one seems to realize is that each time a chemical is identified and then outlawed, these labs are already 20 steps ahead of the game and have numerous new products to launch to take the place of the old ones just outlawed. It's a fools game. All the stores get lists of what is about to be outlawed and when so that they can pull the stuff off the shelves and re stock with the new legal chemicals.
The money involved here is to high for the stores to even consider closing. Talk about a waste of time for law enforcement. Legalize the real stuff, regulate it and tax it. Keep job restrictions and driving restrictions in place and then there will be much less problems.
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GLOUCESTER, Va. (WAVY) - Just days after a new law went into effect banning certain synthetic substances such as spice, bath salts and Amped , 10 On Your Side wanted to know if stores had removed the substances from their shelves.
In May, 10 On Your Side told you about Amped exuberance powder. A former user said snorting Amped made her lose her mind.
"To want to actually physically kill someone I've never been that way towards my mom we've always been best friends and she didn't know who I was and I didn't know who I was," said user who did not want to be identified.
Gloucester officials say they are investigating a new product called Blast Off which is replacing Amped. At least one person selling it says it's a party powder that will give you energy.
One store employee willing to tell us all about Blast Off claimed it's organic. He said he couldn't show us any because it was sold out.
"Blast Off would actually be a blessing to some of these people because it's sort of weaning them off that bath salt Amped thing," a Gloucester store employee selling it said.
The employee called Blast Off a 'party powder.'
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