Alexander Shulgin


“I ended up that day finally at the federal lockup in Brooklyn.  The lights went on at 6 O’ Clock the next morning and within ten minutes I was approached for any drug I wanted.  Heroin, coke.  I’m supposed to be able to prevent it, but meanwhile, in a place where you’re strip searched 6, 9 times before getting to your bed, it’s okay for them to have it.”

                                                                                                     — Peter Gatien

“You go to any rock concert, for example, at either The Meadowlands or Madison Square Garden and you are gonna have hundreds if not thousands of people using drugs and you’re not gonna see the management of The Meadowlands or Madison Square Garden indicted.”

“There was a young prosecutor, very little experience.  Her name was Michelle Adelman.  I mean, she was obsessed with Peter.  She had a big picture of Peter behind her desk in her office.  I remember going in there one time and saying, ‘This is not healthy.  Get a life.  This is just a case.'”

“…regardless of how prominent the individual is, I had never seen such a scorched earth mentality.”

                                                                                                    –Ben Brafman

“The motto was get Gatien at all costs.”

                                    –John Dabrowski (P.I. & former Nassau County Cop)

We understand Peter Gatien’s criticism of Billy Corben’s 2011 documentary, Limelight.  The legendary club owner was hoping that the film would be less of a monument to him than a cautionary tale of governmental overreach, or so he told the New York Times in September of 2011.  We’re not sure if Corben meant it to be, but the early minutes of the movie nearly present Gatien as both the finder and the founder of the club scene.  We would think, even in a movie about The Limelight, that Corben has some obligation to at least mention the genesis of the club scene.  The creator of the modern dance hall/dance club genre was Bill Graham, a holocaust survivor and transplanted New Yorker to San Francisco.  Graham had observed the radical success of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest author Ken Kesey and his crew, The Merry Pranksters, with their Acid Test parties, held during the mid 60’s at roving locations in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and later, Mexico, when Kesey became a fugitive from the law for violating his probation (he was arrested for possessing approximately 3 grams of marijuana).  Graham rented out San Francisco’s old Fillmore Auditorium in 1968.  The Fillmore was depicted in the Hunter S. Thompson book and subsequent movie Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, in a most memorable scene, when Thompson, played by Johnny Depp, drops part of a hit of LSD, paper form, onto the sleeve of his coat in the Fillmore’s bathroom, where another club patron seizes on that opportunity, and proceeds to suck the acid off of his sleeve.

Bill Graham, who was born Wolodia Grajonca, was unpopular with some of the celebrities of the Haight-Ashbury counter culture movement, like the Pranksters, because he didn’t deem them worthy of free admission.  Graham, who earned a business degree from City College, understood invariably that The Fillmore was a business.  He was an excellent businessman who also gained prominence as the manager of Jefferson Airplane.  When some Haight-Ashbury residents pressured the police to crack down on his establishment because of the notorious hippie element, Graham bought a suit of clothes, slicked his hair, and went door to door to all neighborhood businesses, to explain to local businessmen how much opportunity for revenue that hippie element created for the neighborhood.  When asked how he was able to persuade the local community not to pursue their complaints about The Fillmore, he replied, “Pressure.”

Bill Graham is well chronicled in The Haight-Ashbury: A History, by Rolling Stone reporter Charles Perry.  Perhaps the best work to date on Graham, if less comprehensive, is Tom Wolfe’s amazing nonfiction novel, The Electric Koolaid Acid Test.

We were also left unimpressed with Corben’s depiction of the beginning of Ecstasy culture in NYC.  We’d characterize crediting “Lord Michael” for essentially bringing MDMA to New York as a convenient truth for the purposes of this film.  While MDMA was first created by German scientists trying to develop an appetite suppressant for plump housewives, it was America who put the chemical on the map, thanks to our good friend Dr. Shulgin, in large part.  Ecstasy scenes in California and Texas were thriving throughout the 1980’s and a great deal of their Ecstasy made its way to NY, though Lord Michael seems to be the only chump to get himself on the map for transporting a substance, and in small numbers mind you, that was not yet illegal.  But Lord Michael’s tales of bringing in several thousand hits from England, if we can agree that such piddly “smuggling” is small potatoes, is an argument which would refute Gatien’s criticism about the essence of the film.

We love Corben’s body of work, which includes Cocaine Cowboys and the lesser known Square Groupers, a compelling collection of stories from 70’s era marijuana traffickers.  We’d have to applaud Corben for Limelight as well–especially for Limelight–because this was an establishment very near and dear to our hearts, and because any governmental over-reach is too much.  In fact, we feel no need to be as diplomatic as star club owner Peter Gatien.  This movie is about tyranny to us in a very obvious sense, and the subject of that tyranny is our very demographic–the liberal intelligentsia.

The Limelight’s venue (above), which had to rankle conservative types because it was a former church, though officially deconsecrated.

What’s most germane to this story is that Rudolf Giuliani, whom Gatien supported in his bid to become mayor, whose first wife was also his cousin, made a target of Gatien when Nicholas Marinelli supposedly died the night after supposedly purchasing drugs at The Limelight.  Marinelli, from a privileged background, whose family had the personal ear of then NJ governor Thomas Kean, called Giuliani personally about Gatien, who then unleashed the DEA upon Gatien, an easy target because of his success, notoriety, and villainous eye patch.  We also do not think it helped Gatien’s cause the way the club was portrayed in the 1992 movie, The Bad Lieutenant, starring Harvey Keitel as a dirty cop who went to the club to score drugs (frankly we are surprised Limelight made no mention of that, though Corben may not have had permission to use that movie for this film.)

If you read that as a joke, it’s not how we meant it, though we get how preposterous that should be to you.  There is no greater danger to our liberty than inbred mayoral scum doing favors for mush mouthed cronies along political back channels that seek to destroy the lives of people according to their looks, lifestyle, and progressive attitudes.  And oh, by the way, Marinelli committed suicide, and the official cause of death is listed as death by asphyxiation.  But the government was not about to let a good scapegoat be obscured by mere, actual FACTS.  In making the case against Peter Gatien, the state was also putting a sinister face on Ecstasy, a “new” and little known drug, giving our great nation a leg up in the Machiavellian propaganda machine that is the war on drugs.

While on the topic of facts, how about USADA Linda Lacewell’s oh so ignorant claim that Ecstasy commonly contained heroin and PCP?  Frankly, that may be our “favorite” bit of drug war propaganda of all time.  Ecstasy databases like DanceSafe, EData, and even the woefully disgraceful PillReports  have thousands of lab results including chemical compositions, Reagent test results, and failing those, user reports.  When one searches those databases by chemical, or should they even go report by report, dating back to the 1st published information on specific Ecstasy, there is approximately 1 pill per 1000 (0.1% of all Ecstasy) suspected to contain PCP.  We’d estimate an even smaller percentage suspected to have heroin.  Granted, the Ecstasy information available is still flagging, but only because the establishment prefers us to believe what they want us to believe as opposed to what’s true.  A person like Linda Lacewell, a Draconian moron of her ilk, would like us to believe that there are serial killers out there whose modus operandi is death by Ecstasy, preying on people by giving them heroin or PCP, which, are not even deadly drugs necessarily.  When pressed however, Lacewell and those from the same school of drug war propaganda, attempted to connect MDMA with cardiac arrest, before the weak declaration that MDMA causes…heat exhaustion.  Ecstasy has been classified as non lethal, and benign by main stream medicine.  Please recall Peter Jennings’ ABC special called Ecstasy in which Jennings declared on national television that a person could use MDMA sporadically throughout their entire life while suffering zero long term effects.

Now, can an Ecstasy pill contain heroin?  Absolutely.  Have they?  More myth than fact, and we’ve never seen a legitimate composition report of a pill sold as Ecstasy that contained heroin, in 2 decades of analysis, but it is possible.  It’s also possible that the Jets can win the Superbowl.  But can we all appreciate the chances of it happening are about the same as a snowball’s chance in hell?  For we are not able to call it a reasonable assertion that heroin and PCP routinely make up Ecstasy with statistical significance based on scientific data.  Then again, how much scientific data is really being consulted by men who marry their blood relatives?  How much scientific data was used in consultation with the Salem Witch Trials?  And how often really, does this government tell, we the people, the truth as opposed to crude distortions?

On Giuliani’s marriage to his second cousin, which lasted 14 years, FYI, before being annulled, in grand Roman Catholic style reminiscent of the warrior popes of the middle ages, which were just about on Giuliani’s same wavelength:

http://abcnews.go.com/2020/Stossel/story?id=2395516&page=1#.UJsZf442UqY

http://www.cousincouples.com/?page=famous

http://xfinity.comcast.net/slideshow/entertainment-celebcousinpairs/7/

http://www.realchange.org/giuliani.htm

Or Google it yourself.  There are only 722,000 search results that pop up when one searches “Giuliani married cousin.”  We thought it a very interesting use of device the way that Corben pulled the story of Gatien’s drug case together.  Raconteur indeed.  At the very outset of that portion of the movie that gets into the drug charges levied against Gatien, the first round of charges that is, Brafman, the best criminal attorney in the country, bar none, who has won acquittals for Gatien, Sean Combs, a laundry list of mafioso, as well as sweetheart plea arrangements for Daphne Abdela (“The Baby Faced Killer”) and Chris Paciello (who participated in the home invasion murder of Staten Island housewife Judy Shemtov), in addition to other star clients like Michael Jackson and Plaxico Burress, released a statement saying that Gatien ‘at no time in his 20+ year career owning clubs ever condoned drug use.’

Hold the thought.  Because when informant, murderous scum like Michael Alig and Sean Kirkham brag to the Feds that Gatien personally binged at drug parties that he organized, the law, having caught Gatien in an apparent lie when he wasn’t even under oath, expanded their charges to include ones that claimed that Gatien used such parties as a reward for his employees for allegedly excelling in his alleged criminal Ecstasy drug distribution operation.  Brafman had a responsibility, pre-trial, to counter the massive public relations blows coming at Gatien, rapid fire, from the inbred mayor, the NYPD, the DEA, and the federal government.  If Brafman was indeed correct in his exchange with ADA Adelman (“this is just a case”), then we may conclude that tactics like the pile on effect–creating a litany of tack on charges that give the appearance of guilt–is standard operating practice for “the people” (*cringe*).  Trustworthy prosecutors (oxymoron) may charge people with multiple counts where truly applicable, but the pile on effect does, as Gatien said, run counter to a most basic right of the actual people, which is the presumption of innocence.  For is it not more difficult to maintain the presumption of innocence when a person is facing 5 charges as opposed to 1 or 2?

What about Gatien’s specific remarks about the charges that connected his sporadic drug use to racketeering?  Isn’t he right when he says that a jury of working class, middle class people, tasked to deliberate on his freedom, will be pre-prejudiced by the fact that on occasion he binged on cocaine while frequenting prostitutes, if they were in fact prostitutes?  How is Peter Gatien, multi-millionaire/captain of industry/playboy/hotel drug partier, going to get an unprejudiced jury of his peers, in a drug case, when somebody like that has no peers?  Peter Gatien as the original Peerless Price.  Precisely why it was so imperative that Gatien retain Brafman in the first place.  An attorney like Brafman can create peers from the unlikeliest jury pools, and only one steadfast juror who follows the judge’s instructions closely, is needed to render a not guilty verdict.  As Brafman said in Limelight, after inquiring as to a possible plea arrangement, the best option was to represent Gatien in court and take their chances with the jury system.  Brafman:

“I went down to the U.S. Attorney’s Office and said, ‘this is like, crazy.  If we wanted to resolve the case, what would be the sentencing guidelines that you would think was appropriate?’  They looked at me and said ’11 years.’  They assessed Peter Gatien criminal responsibility for every pill sold by anyone that they seized in the course of the investigation.  They multiplied out the math and it came to 11 years.  I looked at them like they were nuts to suggest that Peter Gatien, who was running 4 venues at the same time, could be criminally responsible for what went on at any given moment at any one of the venues was something that I thought I could win in a court room.”

Super heavyweight criminal attorney Ben Brafman (above).

To keep suit with the very logical Brafman, should any crime be committed in a club, the club owner is not automatically criminally responsible for conspiracy to commit such a crime.  The nuisance abatement laws in NYC which permitted the police to shut any business’s doors in which there were 3 incidents in one year, if applied to strictly to clubs, would see every club shuttered.  Let’s be completely honest.  There are thousands of drug deals going down on any given night in any major venue, club, concert, festival, and so on.  The irony is, The Limelight was not nearly the drug supermarket, “a drug buyer’s paradise”, that it would become after Gatien had relinquished ownership.  Drug use should be an indicator more as to what is likely in a free society, not an indictment on that society, and never an indictment against the operator of the venue, unless truly warranted.

Sean Kirkham, in fact, conspired with the authorities (who, by the way, were so unreliable and were guaranteed to be ruined on the stand by Brafman that the prosecution could not allow their testimony) for the purposes of creating the charges against Gatien.  As Gatien explained, “the only way to prevent those drug deals from happening on those nights was to not open the doors.”  How do you, after all, prevent the DEA from running their own drug ops at any given place at any given time?  One has to consider exactly why then, do the nuisance abatement laws exist if not as a tool for tyranny, which is defined as an arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; despotic use of authority.  But then, Sean Kirkham re-flipped, and claimed that prosecutor Eric Friedberg, who was brought in to buoy the government’s case as it headed to trial, because Adelman and her little crony were essentially amateurs not fit to duel Ben Brafman, was someone with whom he had had a homosexual relationship.  Friedberg, who was the chief of the Federal Narcotics Bureau.  LOFL.  Though probably not a guy who hooked up with a gay club kid who dabbled in counterfeiting, a clown nontheless, so that was a nice laugh which came around the one hour mark of the film.  But when the trial began, it was Michelle Adelman, who in the opening statement, admitted to the jury that the government had exactly zero evidence linking Gatien financially to any of the crimes he was charged with.

So why then would a person conspire to distribute Ecstasy and throw parties to reward his Ecstasy salesman, if not for profit?  Because Gatien had an overwhelming interest in seeing club patrons high?  High people do not spend money.  But that’s besides the point, really, because not only couldn’t the government make any sense as to what Gatien’s possible motives could be, but also, by the time of the trial in 1998, there was exactly one major witness left to their case trying to implicate Gatien, the infamous Michael Caruso (“Lord Michael”), whom Ben Brafman not only exposed for the scumbag he was on cross examination, but also, raised the spectre of possibility that Caruso was a murderer, when Caruso broke down in tears on the stand, begging the court to believe that the questionable circumstances surrounding Caruso’s roommate’s suicide were indeed true, and to believe him that he did not participate in that roommate’s death.  The government’s case was essentially blown in the course of that cross, if not by Adelman herself during the opening statement, which is precisely the reason why Brafman is known as the best attorney in the world at cross examining witnesses.  Brafman, who has made an extraordinary career at criminal defense, is practiced at exposing liars, breaking down snitches by the dozen in your average mafia case.  And it all begs the question, as Village Voice reporter Frank Owen (who authored The Fabulous Rise and Murderous Fall of Club Culture) put it in the film, “then what the hell are we doing here?”

But you had an overzealous prosecution emboldened by a hell bent, inbred mayor, who had essentially struck out with their over-riding strategy, which was, as Gatien said, ‘to break him and make him plead’, and now had to take its chances with a couple of sketchy, unscrupulous criminals, against the Ben Brafman because there was no backup plan (*at that time*).  Brafman should have won a dismissal, but we’re sure he was happy to settle for not guilty on all counts.  But at the end of the day, those not guilty verdicts read by the Gatien jury in 1998 were not by any means the end of the government’s persecution of Peter Gatien.  Also, it was where Corben’s film takes a stunning turn in complexity.

One of Michael Caruso’s allegations, shoddy as they may be, gave us pause for consideration.  Caruso alleged, and though it was not even illegal at the time, to have once given Gatien 20 hits of Ecstasy, as a “display of respect.”  It was not necessary for Brafman to disprove that statement, and, it could very well have been true.  Gatien was an imperfect man, a real human being, and we thought the film did an excellent job of presenting a very complicated figure in Gatien, in a way that did not sanctify him.  Gatien said he had never used drugs in his clubs, ever.  Okay.  So maybe he got some drugs at the “massive drug supermarket” that was The Limelight, or Tunnel, or Palladium, or Club USA.  Again, he’s not under oath when he makes a statement like that, and it’s not unreasonable to think that he may have gotten drugs from Caruso.  I mean, who didn’t get E at a club like that at some point, if you are in the scene?

The implication, whether true or false, does “dirty” Gatien, and frankly, one of the things that drives us here on this page and in our other projects and in life is to legitimize the use of psychedelics, so a Gatien or his patrons, people like me, do not face damage to their reputation for using them.  But we aren’t there yet.  We aren’t even close.  So there is Gatien, the deceptive drug user, but also, Gatien, the irresponsible business man.  In watching this film, who out there feels that Gatien’s explanations about how much it cost to run his empire were valid?  I do believe they were true but at the same time, not valid, if that can make sense.  Hiring teams of artists, architects, and decorators to constantly transform and remake the club, from party to party, is not the way to run a successful club.  We hate to malign Gatien, but we are compelled to be honest.  Every successful non Vegas club we’ve ever seen has put on the show with minimum frills, save for the act.  You must spend on the music and the sound, and not necessarily on the decor.  Gatien’s style was garish which happened to work well in Atlanta where he had a campy dance floor built over a shark tank and whatnot, and for the 80’s and 90’s in NYC we see why a similar approach helped attract patrons.  But at the end of the day, you are there for the music.

Bill Graham understood the importance of keeping costs down, something that Gatien doesn’t get.  Had he gotten it, he would not have had to sell his clubs for what amounted to a song, even in the face of mounting a 5 year defense against the federal government.  To do $25M in revenue a year for ten years or whatever the numbers were, is ridiculous, and very hard to sell to me when it’s done and there’s no money that it wasn’t wasteful.  Also, hard to sell to the owner of Circa in Toronto, which Gatien ran for a while, before the ownership tired of his wasteful spending practices.  And why was NYC’s King of Clubs relegated to Toronto in the first place, having hit a home run against the government in his drug case?

Well, that’s because Gatien, a Canadian citizen, never naturalized as an American citizen, despite having an American wife and children.  One of whom produced this film (Jen Gatien, DeerJen Productions).  So when Gatien was convicted of tax fraud, which Brafman and Gatien admitted he was guilty of, the US government, still with a healthy hard on for Peter Gatien some 5 years after Brafman beat them clean in court, exercised the right to deport Gatien, as President Bush, another Republican who does not know who inspector Javert is (we loved the story relayed in the film by former mayor Ed Koch, who told Giuliani “Rudy, you are pursuing people like inspector Javert with an intensity that is not acceptable”, to which Giuliani replied, “Who’s Javert?”) gave some quid pro quo to America’s mayor, who we again remind you, is inbred trash.  (After 9/11, the Patriot Act was passed, which allows the government to deport non citizens guilty of fraud.)

Gatien somehow did not see this coming?  The government’s war of attrition took a turn in the Al Capone-esque direction, when they couldn’t get Gatien for drugs and racketeering, and frankly, he needed to be beyond reproach having had such a large bullseye drawn on his back, a “scorched earth policy” the likes of which his attorney had never before seen.  Then again, when the government crawls up your ass for ten or twelve years, they are eventually going to find something that stinks.  Who among us has never broken the law?  Then again, are we all out there committing fraud, which in this case, was a willful misrepresentation of his business’s tax records?  Would we be stupid enough to do so after seeing our freedom already so vehemently threatened?

The government aimed to get him and they got him, and what difference did it make to them really if it didn’t happen on the first try?  Well, the difference it made was that it strengthened their resolve and fortified their approach to where there wouldn’t have to be a trial next time around.  They would still find a way to see Gatien go to federal prison and then unceremoniously deport him from the United States.

Though the prosecution admitted that they had no evidence that Gatien had profited from the sale of drugs in his clubs, they hardly needed proof to levy the accusation.  It was like this: ‘while we don’t have proof, um, the guy wears an eye patch, for the love of God and country.’  The refute was like this: ‘why would Peter Gatien, grossing a zillion dollars a year, risk his freedom and the life as he knew it in order to make a few extra dollars selling Ecstasy?’

Indeed.  So why would he run a tax scam for a few extra dollars then?  Is the answer a study in complexity, a testament to human fallibility, or an indicator that the government was right all along that Gatien was indeed a criminal?  We think it was two out of three.  We don’t think Gatien a criminal.  We think, in the end, that this film was such a profile of tyranny, of the arbitrary wielding of might, wreckless and whimsical and incompetent and blatantly sinister and yet successful, all at once.  Gatien is perhaps too close to the matter to assess Corben’s film properly.  Or, rather, Gatien had a hand in the making of the film, and that in his assessment, the best way to see it to success was to be critical of his portrayal.  For why would a man assail the work of his own daughter publicly, if not for a ruse that could lead to financial prosperity?

In the end, the government was not about to get beaten again by the Gatien/Brafman dream team.  They have to live with getting beaten by Brafman when they are foolish enough to take him to court, but not by Gatien, who in the end, does get to go down as a criminal in the version of the story as they choose to tell it.  Because he “allowed” people to do drugs in a place when we live in a society where people are doing drugs anyway, everywhere, and who do not need our permission.

In the end, Gatien is a phenomenal interview and Brafman a legendary one, and Corben a genius at bringing their story together, and the government’s, the grandest of long cons, a coup d’etat by which they broke a man at a trial they lost so that he wouldn’t have the power to fight another fight.  And Gatien, banished, in exile in Toronto, essentially because despite the tremendous opportunities in America, he never loved America enough to join it, always leery of the mechanisms at play which generated those opportunities.  With good reason.

We say to Peter Gatien, “THANK YOU!”  That the money is no great loss. Can’t take it with you.  Gatien not only provided establishments for people like me, but also, for all the people, no matter their color, their sexuality, their age, their dress, what they looked like or spoke like or whether they were from Brooklyn or Jupiter.  We hope he truly takes heart in his freedom as he says, and that he isn’t the lonely Canadian outcast, a media distortion to this day.  Gatien was a wild success in his industry and in life who conquered NY and embarrassed the government.  He may no longer be peerless, but it is only a precious few who has withstood what he has and came out as well, alive to tell.

From a child of The Limelight.

Crackbillionair (https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com)

Above are three videos about unlawful cannabis related arrests, the first two, victims’ tales, and the third, NYS Assemblymen Hakeem Jeffries, who lends perspective to what amounts to classic entrapment, thousands of cases per year, that are rubber stamped by the judicial system.  Perhaps most disturbing is that both victims, who were both arrested and cuffed and put through the system, did not smoke or possess any cannabis at all.  The racial aspect must also be found disturbing by any rational mind.  Lesser quantity cannabis crimes are exclusively sought by the NYPD, and every other PD in America, only in black and Latino neighborhoods, only in lower socio-economic sectors.

A lot to say here, and we don’t wish to muck it up with the usual avalanche of machine gun fire, as spraying ammo will surely dilute this most important cause.  The first reaction for anyone cannabis friendly at yesterday’s news of Governor Cuomo’s plan to decriminalize lesser quantities had to be a joyous one, for selfish reasons.  But let’s be real.  We white people, off in the burbs, or in the smart part of town, are far removed from the front lines where people actually get arrested for cannabis.  Can we not smoke all the live long day, on the street, without so much as one cop rolling by…for weeks on end?

God bless Governor Cuomo and all but the man is only saving himself and the state the expense of one hell of a class action lawsuit.  So 83% of the illegal arrests are comprised of black and Latin peoples.  We are surprised that number is so low.  Because all the arrests are going down on Malcolm X Boulevard, not on John Calvin Boulevard.  How did the other 17%, whites, Chinese and other, get swept up?  Why, they went to the ghetto so they must have been there to buy herb, of course.

And so operates your big city PD.  Lying, racial profiling, full blooded racist tyranny, every way you can possibly slice it.  So this new measure of Cuomo’s isn’t about cannabis at all, really, as much as it is about racial profiling.  To save the city from racist cops, we must reduce the purview of racist cops.  We must give them less license to stop people.  For anything.  And we’ll happily start with cannabis, thank you very much.  And it does get the movement a step closer to where it needs to be, but this here news is about racism, not weed.  Though the esteemed Assemblyman makes an excellent point about how the act of carrying the weed becomes an arrestable offense when you take it out of your pocket on the order of the police.

A friend of ours, and one of the smartest criminal lawyers we know, M. Chris Fabricant, author of Busted!, which is of biblical proportions, or should be, to anyone in the scene, once told me what to do if I was ever getting arrested and the advice has stuck and resonates the much more seeing these http://www.drugpolicy.org videos.  Chris told us that our only hope, the only hope, when in this situation, is to put your hands up high where everyone can see them and declare, on the top of your lungs, “I DO NOT CONSENT TO AN UNLAWFUL SEARCH!”  To say it over and over and make sure that someone hears you.  A decent judge is going to consider giving you a pass for an unlawful search and seizure.  By not taking the drugs out yourself, you have not shown the drug in public, which is the actual offense, since lesser quantities are already down to ticketable offenses, carrying small fines as penalties.

But again, let’s be real.  Is the judge throwing out many illegal searches that go down on Malcolm X Boulevard?  The second video, of the man who happened to be walking with a guy who had weed in his shoe, said it correctly when he said that really, we have no rights at all.  Even if you do have weed in your shoe, what has tipped the authorities so that they may bum rush you on a public street?  The only possible signs would be racially stereotyped.  Baggy clothes, off tilt baseball hat, skin color, and the worst of all, just because you happened to be where you are at.  Being in the “high intensity crime zone” in itself is essentially reason enough to stop a person.  Until they change the law.

We have to thank Ethan Nadelmann, Director of the Drug Policy Alliance, for bringing our attention to these videos, and for being the hot button man on topics such as these now for many, many years.  While we have not yet met the man ourselves, our good friends Sasha and Ann Shulgin have sung his praises, along with MAPS founder Rick Dobin, and we’d consider the two men the leaders in the fight against the war on drugs.  They put the truth out there and that’s hard to refute.  Everyone in the community should follow Mr. Nadelmann on Twitter in the very least, and join MAPS at your earliest convenience.

Be Active, Smart, and Careful!

Crackbillionair (https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com)

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None of our accomplishments would have been possible without our members. We need your support more than ever.

 
Sincerely,

Brad Burge, M.A.
MAPS Director of Communications

MDMA Research News:

  1. Israeli Ministry of Health Approves MDMA/PTSD Study
  2. FDA Approves New MDMA/PTSD Relapse Study
  3. Data Finalized for Swiss MDMA/PTSD Study
  4. Health Canada Completes Pharmacy Inspection for Canadian MDMA/PTSD Study
  5. First Subject Unblinded in US MDMA/PTSD Veterans Study
  6. Training Manual Completed for Independent Raters in MDMA/PTSD Studies
  7. PTSD Diagnostic Scale Translated for Middle East MDMA/PTSD Studies

Other Research News:

  1. Last Subject Treated in Swiss Study of LSD-Assisted Psychotherapy for End-of-Life Anxiety
  2. New Study of Ibogaine Treatment for Addiction Planned for New Zealand
  3. UK Researchers Seek Participants for Drug Experience Survey

Fundraising News:

  1. Wellcome Trust Considers Accepting Grant Application for UK MDMA/PTSD Study; May Convene Advisory Meeting

Media:

  1. Psychiatric Times: Does MDMA Have a Role in Clinical Psychiatry?
  2. American Botanical Council: FDA Accepts Protocol for Study on Marijuana and PTSD
  3. Cell: Cannabinoid System Offers New Therapeutic Possibilities and Challenges

Events:

  1. Details Announced for MAPS Canada Benefit Events This Fall
  2. MAPS Discusses Psychedelic Research and Education with Student Activists
  3. European Ayahuasca Research Symposium Convenes in Amsterdam June 17
  4. Special MAPS Discount for 2011 Science and Nonduality Conference This October
  5. Speakers Announced for Horizons Psychedelics Conference in NYC

Green Fleur di Lys with a full range of their reagent test results (above).

Perhaps you’ve noticed that the page has been light on hits these months.  Indeed it is so.  We figured that we may as well mirror the times, with so little decent product in the form of pills popping up to peak our attention.  We aren’t crying about it, don’t get us wrong.  Why would anyone make a real pill that’s illegal, when they can make a totally legal bunk knockoff?  Especially when a lot of the people out there are too stupid to know the difference.

Bringing us to mincha23 and his girlfriend and their trip report, recently filed with www.pillreports.com.  Take a look:

Green Saints  
 
Date Submitted: June 6, 2011, 4:14 am GMT
Submitted By: mincha23 (member since June 6, 2011)
Name: Green Saints
State/Province: California
Logo: New Orleans Saints
Colour: Green
Shape: Round
Texture: Chalky
Edges: Round
Report Quality Rating: (5 stars, 1 vote)
Description: If this is your first time, DO NOT TAKE..
Suspected Contents: Piperazine + Another
Rating: Unknown
Warning: yes
Tested: no
Consumed: yes
User Report: 1030PM: Popped the first one with some friends1045PM: Took another, no feeling1130PM: Took another, very light feeling but nothing major.1150PM: Dropped one last one.1240AM: All of them kicked in and kicked my ass. Feeling good, looking at the lights and felt amazing. Not as good as the other pills I took.

200AM: Same feeling but slowly coming down. These pills made me feel really lazy, and did not want to do anything.

400AM: Able to drive about 25 miles to go home. As soon as i started to drive felt really sick, and my gf threw up as soon as we got home.

600AM: Went to sleep, slept well. Easy to sleep on.

1200PM: Woke up and felt really lazy, went back to sleep.

600PM: GF still feels sick cant get out of bed.

900PM: Still sick and cant move!

So mincha23 popped ’em and kept popping them until he had a piperazine overdose.  And his girl too.  Brilliant.  Bravo.  This kid truly was born yesterday.  Certainly not the responsible reporter the likes of the kaspkes, chemlovers, and jm6755s of the world.  Honestly, I don’t think I’d have shared that bit if it were me.  With this level of stupidity, we doubt it would have mattered if he had known the proper name of the pill, but apropos nontheless that he’s tagged them as Green Saints.

Have we not been over and back with this?  But who are we, really?  Just an army of one, but we’d like these pills off the market already and have only been calling for all of North America to avoid these pills for more than a year now.  Even www.pillreports.com knows what’s up with these biscuits.  We don’t commonly refer to hits as biscuits as some do, but in this case, the texture of the pill calls that word to mind.  If you have handled these pills, you’d notice that they are kind of airy, kind of porous. 

Now we’ll begin to put the current state of affairs in Layer Cake like terms, as we are getting very juiced for John Connolly’s sequel, Viva la Madness, set for release in a mere 3 months time.  Part government indifference, part shameless greed, and part user stupidity have teamed to give us a market flooded with piperazines, because they are legal, much like the way that MDMA replaced MDA in the scene several years ago.  Why take the risk to keep MDA alive when it went schedule I when chemists could add an extra methyl group and gain 16 years of legal freedom, prior to analog laws?  Where did it get us?

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/03/06/welcome-to-the-layer-cake/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/a-1st-look-at-cracks-book-7400/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/34-methylenedioxyamphetamine-d-e-a-code-7400/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/16/3-4-methylenedioxy-n-ethylamphetamine-foxy-methoxy/

Well, MDA, the real deal, has been backburnered into obscurity, and today’s crackhead is lucky if he can tell the difference between MDMA and piperazine, and needs pillreports to sort it for him.  How’d you like to be the guy to roll in, pardon puns, to the ER having been the fucking dope to stroke out on ringworm medicine and industrial lubricants.

Nowadays, the really pukkah gear is not pressed all fancy in Amsterdam.  Amsterdam is done.  Pukkah gear is manufactured by pharmaceutical companies in sketchy places, and shifted as powder, so as not to have a logo on it.  It’s piperazine pills that have the fancy stamps, for the most part.  Pressed shit is a must test, and we mean, chemical test, unless your boys really, really know the deal, as we laid out for you in the case of those luscious Red Diamonds.   If your gear tests really well, up and down and back and forth, chances are, powder got shifted here and pressed here, unless you are out west, where Mexico has got the game on lock.

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/09/25/green-fleur-di-lys-dangerous-pipes-in-southern-cali/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2011/01/13/red-diamonds-still-lighting-up-nyc-in-style/

It’s 2 years later, and this firm is still passing off these pipes, and they aren’t even changing the colors up anymore.  We hope all of the community starts paying attention, but our hopes are dim.

Be Smart,

Crackbillionair (https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com, www.crackbillionair.com)

MAPS’ mission is to treat conditions for which conventional medicines provide limited relief, such as PTSD & anxiety associated with life-threatening illnesses, by developing psychedelics & marijuana into prescription medicines.
MDMA Psychotherapist Training Study Begins:
MAPS E-Mail Newsletter

April 15, 2011
Dear xxxx,
It’s an honor to bring you the April 2011 edition of the MAPS E-mail Newsletter.

We’ve come a long way in the last 25 years. The challenge is no longer convincing regulatory agencies of the value of our research, but finding the financial resources to conduct the massive Phase 3 studies—involving scores of therapists and hundreds of subjects in multiple countries—required to make MDMA-assisted psychotherapy a legally available treatment for those who need it most.

Another challenge as we get ready to graduate to the next phase of our drug development program will be finding individuals with the skills and expertise required to conduct experimental MDMA-assisted psychotherapy sessions. That’s why the FDA is allowing us to conduct a training study for psychedelic therapists, in the form of a basic investigation of the effects of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy on healthy volunteers. This study is now screening its first participant.

With your help, MAPS is building the foundation for the future of psychedelic medicine.

We need your support to turn psychedelics and marijuana into prescription medicines.
 Make a Contribution
On Saturday, April 16, the fourth subject will receive his first experimental treatment session in our Phase 2 study of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD in veterans of war. For this subject, as for many other patients, conventional pharmaceutical and psychotherapeutic approaches to helping him overcome his traumatic memories have failed. For him, this treatment is a chance for a fresh start. At the same time, he is contributing to the fast-growing body of scientific data required to make MDMA available as a prescription medicine for thousands—and possibly millions—like him.

Just yesterday, in recognition of the pressing need for this research, an anonymous donor made a gift to MAPS of $100,000. This contribution will go a long way toward completing our current MDMA/PTSD study and advancing our ever-growing range of projects. You don’t have to be a millionaire to make a difference—but it helps.

Last month, I reminded you about our “Watch, Learn, and Share” video campaign, for which a donor gave us $1 every time you viewed a video from our 2010 Psychedelic Science conference, up to a generous $15,000. At the time, we were just 2,000 views short of our goal. Since the start of the campaign, our conference videos have now received over 19,000 views and earned MAPS every penny of the $15,000 offered—thanks to your commitment to psychedelic science and to your choice to support MAPS.

Just because the campaign is over doesn’t mean you’ve missed your chance. Health practitioners can still watch the videos to earn professional credit through our co-sponsor at the Spiritual Competency Resource Center. Of course, you can always just watch them for fun, too.

Please enjoy and share this edition of the MAPS E-mail Newsletter. And also, remember that none of these accomplishments—not even this newsletter—would have been possible without your support. Whether it’s a little or a lot, please donate today and help make sure the good news keeps rolling in.

Oh, and one more thing: Get ready to commemorate 25 years of psychedelic and medical marijuana research and education by joining us for a conference, workshops, and benefit celebration from December 9-11, 2011, in the San Francisco Bay Area. You won’t want to miss this.

Sincerely,

Brad Burge, M.A.
MAPS Director of Communications

http://www.maps.org/home/

Be Aware,

Crackbillionair (https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com, http://www.crackbillionair.com)

MAPS mission is to treat conditions for which conventional medicines provide limited relief, such as PTSD & anxiety associated with life-threatening illnesses, by developing psychedelics & marijuana into prescription medicines.
First MDMA Sessions Conducted in Veterans Study; BBC/National Geographic Ecstasy Documentary Premiers Tonight
January 13, 2011
I’m proud to announce that the first experimental sessions have just taken place in MAPS’ new study of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for US veterans with chronic, treatment-resistant posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). On Friday, January 7, 2011, the first patient underwent the first of three MDMA sessions with co-therapists Michael Mithoefer, MD, and Annie Mithoefer, BSN. The second patient was treated in her first experimental session two days later on Sunday, January 9.

This latest study would not be possible without the support of numerous individuals and organizations, but we still need more help to see it through to completion. MAPS has already either received or been pledged $397,500 of the $500,000 needed for this study. This includes $2,500 from Latane Temple Keeler, $4,000 from David Keeler, $6,000 from Tim Butcher, $10,000 from the Arsenault family, $25,000 from an anonymous family foundation, $50,000 from the Riverstyx Foundation, $50,000 from the Libra Foundation, and a wonderfully generous pledge of $250,000 from Peter Lewis. Please consider donating to MAPS today to help us continue moving ever closer to our goal of making MDMA into a federally-approved prescription medicine!

Also, the BBC/National Geographic documentary “Drugged: High on Ecstasy” will air in the UK TONIGHT (Thursday, January 13) at 9PM on BBC Three and in the US on MONDAY (January 17) at 9PM on the National Geographic Channel. The BBC version will be longer and more focused on the UK. The documentary features MAPS’ work on MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD, and includes interviews with myself and Sue Stevens, an outspoken advocate after using MDMA to help treat the psychological and physiological pain her partner was going through as he unsuccessfully struggled with cancer. Check out the BBC and National Geographic Web sites to learn more and to see scheduling information.

With so much great news and so many great opportunities to share our work with the world, these really are exciting times!

 

Psychedelically yours,

Rick Doblin, Ph.D.
MAPS Founder and Executive Director

Red Diamonds (above).

It’s very hard to say what’s up with these pills, but we thank melikeyrolls, once again, for providing us with some information.  All the test results we’ve seen on Pink/Red Diamonds have indicated the presence of MDMA.  These Diamond Tops could be weak, as melikeyrolls insists.  He sounds reliable.  Though, it has been our experience that real pills that have such an intricate stamp/design/dimensions are usually good pills.  Don’t misunderstand us.  We are talking about real pills, as these Diamonds are.  Just a theory, but it’s a theory that’s been a long time in the making.  An op that makes a real pill and goes through this much trouble to make its design ring out is usually a prideful outfit.

I’d advise you to think long and hard about melikeyrolls advice.  As for us, we’ve been picturing these pills in our belly for quite a while.  The amateur scientist in me would like first hand knowledge of this pill.  I would pick these up, theoretically, if my boys could score them.

–Crackbillionair

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/10/14/ny-man-red-diamonds-clean-but-weak/

A funny thing happened to me over the holidays.  One of my most trusted sources reached out to me with a short message to tell me had access to Red Diamonds.  Now if he was talking about the Red Diamonds that I’ve tracked for you on this page, then we were in business.  Since where I live took on two and a half feet of snow, a low end estimate, it was a bit hard to get to my friend with the hits.  Crackbillionair is here to tell you that all the effort was worth the time, ragged conditions, and travel hardship.  It also served to validate this page in a very unorhtodox and satisfying way.  Here’s what I’m talking about.  When I got to my friend’s pad, he was so proud to show me these bombs.  Beaming actually.

“They look crazy, right?” he asked.  They looked incredible, actually.  I’ve been around hits for more than 15 years, and he has too.  We agreed as to the exquisite workmanship and uniqueness of these pills.  But all that doesn’t mean shit unless they do the trick.

“Feedback?”  I asked.

“Everybody loves ’em.” he said.  But most importantly for me, my boy loved them.  He rated them as the best hits in these parts outside of real G Spots.  The kicker?  My boy was owed a debt by a kid who didn’t have cash but did have Red Diamonds.  So my boy and another friend’s fiance googled “Red Diamonds Ecstasy.”  Guess what happened?  This site’s ‘Diamond District…’ pages popped up.  My friend’s fiance, we’ll call her “Lady X,” clicked on it.  She read the page and said excitedly, “Crack wrote about these!  He says they’re good!  He says he’s looking for them!”

My assessment caused my boy to settle a debt in diamonds.  Merry fucking Christmas to us!  So it was written and so it was done.  Now do I have a deluxe reagent testing kit?  You think I don’t?  Of course I do, motherfuckers.  This might seem hypocritical, because I believe in stringent testing and always advise you to test your shit.  While I hate to quote R.E.M. on yall, I will: “Oh, life is bigger/  It’s bigger than you/  And you are not me…”

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/22/orange-g-spots-bomb-miami-tested/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/21/vacation-ecstasy-pics/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/13/g-spots-earn-raves-in-new-jersey/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/03/g-spots-hitting-new-york-clean/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/09/25/red-diamonds-light-up-nyc/

Just like I have not wasted one speck of dust off a real G Spot for testing because I was confident in other’s tests and the trip reports of trusted allies, the same can be said for these dear Diamonds of ours.  And eating them was truly divine.  Let me not bore you with some pedestrian account of mine and Dr. Jet’s seemingly endless waves of pleasure!  Know that no heavy machinery was operated, that G-13 and Purple Grandaddy were in the flawless Vapir NO2 (justice calls for a separate page devoted to such a brilliant device!), and our girl Kathy was also on hand.  As far as melikeyrolls opinion?  You can throw that sucker out the window or file it under Pink, not Red Diamonds.  Clean but weak?  First of all, sounds like melikeyrolls is a bit of a light weight.  He’s bitching about taking 2 hits.  Around here, we may have reason to call that naive, or worse.  Though the pills are a lot bigger than they appear–257 mgs–we haven’t seen an ecstasydata lab micrology break down on how many mgs there are of MDMA in the pill, and otherwise have no way of knowing the size of the dose in the pill at this point.  But we were on vacation.  My boy ate 3 and then re-dosed with 2 about 2.5 hours later, and I may have eaten 3 and re-dosed with 1 at that time.  A true head has got to be willing to take enough of a dose to feel the love, and that could be many pills, sorry to tell those idiot mods at www.pillreports.com.  I always laugh when they slam some guy for taking a lot of pills and put links about counseling and whatnot.  What a bunch of morons!  You might take 10 pills and only get 150-200 mgs of real MDMA, total.  Are we telling you to over eat?  Of course not.  We’re just discussing information and berating morons is all.

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/12/31/cannabis-see-new-strain-friday-the-13th-g-13-variation/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/10/purple-grandaddy-see-pic/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/12/24/chicago-comments-from-reader-or-d-e-a-on-mint-man/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/09/05/red-mints-big-hit-in-chicago-suspected-basement-ecstasy/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/green-rolls-equal-more-domestic-e-in-chicago/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/pink-bowling-balls-basement-mda-in-chicago/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/23/pink-69s-domestic-e-in-nyc-tested/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/26/blue-bowling-balls-basement-e-in-wisconsin/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/06/basement-e-gets-rave-reviews-in-wisconsin/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/12/20/midwest-underground-still-mint/

Now the post-game wrap up on Red Diamonds I had with our leading scientific expert, my dear friend Dr. J, provided more meaningful information.  Since we are aware of Pink Diamonds that popped up in London, England some time back, and Yellow Diamonds in Detroit, I asked him if he thought this was a foreign or domestic op.  We were leaning toward domestic, personally, but Dr. J is way more expert on the technical side.  But we have analyzed scores of pill data from Europe, and conclude that their scene is far more decimated than ours, and chock way more full of adulterants, and scary ones.  The good shit–Mints, G Spots, and Red Diamonds are American made.  Ecstasy is an American scene and has been ever since Sasha Shulgin dusted off the old German recipe for MDMA and said to himself, “people could use this.”  MDA has been an American scene since Dr. Alles did the same for MDA, and then Dr. Yensen did his masterful thesis on Maddy, in which he coined the phrase for the chemical’s effect, “overwhelming wellness.”   The most prolific Ecstasy operation America is privy to is the Pokeball, which while adulterated, are widely hailed throughout the Western part of the nation.  Because of the geographic proximity to Mexico of capital Pokeball states California, Texas, and Arizona, the general lawlessness of Mexico, and the growing influence of Mexico in the drug world–already rather substantial–makes it very clear to us that the Pokeball op is Mexican.  Easier to acquire the starter materials in Mexico to produce such enormous numbers, and variation.  The variety is egregiously flagrant and much easier to pull off south of the border. 

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/34-methylenedioxyamphetamine-d-e-a-code-7400/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/09/09/blue-ohm-pokeballs-counterfits-in-texas/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2011/01/09/questions-about-mm-pokeballs/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2011/01/07/white-elephant-pokeballs-hit-cali/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2011/01/07/blue-dragonfly-pokeballs-hit-vegas-as-man-trips-on-them-and-fake-weed/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2011/01/06/yellow-lightbulb-pokeballs-from-san-diego-have-back-side-bevel/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/09/15/new-pokeball-sighting-yellow-elephant-pokeballs-in-vegas/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/27/blue-star-pokeballs-adulterated-with-caffeine/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/07/27/purple-dragonfly-pokeballs-adulterated-with-caffeine/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/18/blue-angry-bomb-pokeballs-and-purple-internet-explorer-pokeballs-adulterated-with-caffeine/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/mays-test-results-from-dancesafe-and-our-analysis/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/08/02/crackbillionair-teams-with-dancesafe-for-the-good-of-the-scene/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/08/04/junes-ecstasydata-lab-results-and-our-analysis/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/10/06/ecstasydata-orgs-latest-lab-results-indicate-bad-season-for-ecstasy-world-wide/

http://www.pillreports.com/index.php?page=display_pill&id=22181

http://www.pillreports.com/index.php?page=display_pill&id=22214

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/07/detroit-yellow-diamonds-contain-mda-tested/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/08/redpink-diamonds-tested-consumed-in-new-jersey/

Our thinking is that the London Diamonds originated in NY and that a small number made their way across the pond , probably in someone’s luggage or via parcel.  Red Diamonds, also a NY thing in our opinion, have a different press, and at certain angles appear hexagonal, which we see as a possible homage to a benzene ring.  Extremely clever.  And these pills dance around the palm like dice, unlike any other pill we have ever seen or laid hands on.  Dr. J gave me a great insight as to the particulars of this op, and other possible Diamond ops, and Mints, for that matter.  that’s some 411 we are not about to share.  Figure it out with your own chemical expert. 

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/12/london-pink-diamonds-give-us-best-visual-on-detroit-yellow-diamonds-nj-pink-diamonds/

Notice the round bottoms, and the thick sides, which are different from Red Diamonds.  We wish these world class chemists nothing but continued success and prosperity and hold them in the highest esteem.  Respect.

Be Smart,

Crackbillionair (https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com, www.crackbillionair.com)

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