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15 November 2005

  • 15th November 2005

    Doctors warn gays on crystal meth dangers

    Also known as 'tina', 'krank' or 'ice', the ease of production and euphoric effects have ensured dramatic escalation of the drug's distribution worldwide

    12:00 AM — Britain is on the brink of gay club drug epidemic Doctors warned today. Crystal meth or Methamphetamine use is already rife amongst the gay dance scene and is about to spiral out of control into the UK's mainstream culture.Also known as 'tina', 'krank' or 'ice', the ease of production and euphoric effects have ensured dramatic escalation of the drug's distribution worldwide. Crystal users experience a temporary sense of supreme confidence, alertness and have an increased perception of self-attractiveness. On the other hand it also delivers paranoia, agitation and violence in some individuals.

  • Nurse Found Guilty of Dismembering Gay Men

    Rogers is scheduled to be sentenced January 26th. Prosecutors did not seek the death penalty.

    12:00 AM — A New Jersey jury found a former nurse guilty of murdering and dismembering two men whose body parts were discovered along New Jersey highways in the early '90s.Richard W. Rogers Junior, who had been a nurse for 20 years at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, faces up to life in prison with a minimum of 30 years without parole for the murders of Thomas Mulcahy, a married bisexual businessman from Massachusetts, and Anthony Marrero, a gay hustler from Manhattan.

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