By Rory Tingle For Mailonline. A mother was horrified to find a suspected bag of ecstasy tablets among her children's trick or treat sweets. Amy Dixon is today warning other parents to urgently check their offspring's left-over treats after her five-year-old daughter came close to swallowing the suspicious pills.
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That record was eclipsed when Australian Federal Police agents seized 4. There are two main reasons such massive amounts of ecstasy were shipped to Melbourne. For the first time, the Herald Sun can also reveal details today of other mind-blowingly large drug deals and the Australian Mr Bigs who are behind bars because of them.
Rebecca Brock, 18, was discovered with a pool of blood next to her head in a hotel room on September 28,after travelling to the party island for a friend's birthday. A police probe was launched because the amount of the class A drug in her system was "double the level" of a normal fatal dose. She told the hearing Rebecca had told her she took cocaine, but her daughter struggled swallowing pills.
The rest is made up of mostly synthetic cathinones such as methylone, butylone and ethylone nicknamed bath saltsthat are designed to mimic the effects of MDMA. There are also less controversial ingredients such as aspirin and caffeine. EcstasyDataone of a handful of public drug-testing programs in the world, tested samples of ecstasy in and found different substances within those samples.