Guayaquil, Ecuador: 30 cases a month reported of assaults with Scopolamine, other tranquilizers

Posted on October 4, 2016 • Filed under: Crime, Ecuador, Ecuador Emergency, Ecuador Travel

Tranquilizers, escopalmine along with other tranquilizers being used by criminals in order to rob the victims of personal items along with cash. Most attacks happen in bars, discos. Escopalmine is also referred to as Burundanga/

The most dangerous drug in the world: ‘Devil’s Breath’ chemical from Colombia can block free will, wipe memory and even kill

-Scopolamine often blown into faces of victims or added to drinks

-Within minutes, victims are like ‘zombies’ — coherent, but with no free will

-Some victims report emptying bank accounts to robbers or helping them pillage own house

-Drug is made from borrachero tree, which is common in Colombia reported authorities report new cases of intoxicated persons drugs, tranquilizers and liquor, a highly dangerous mixture according to the specialists and used by the ‘Sweet Dreams’.
National Police statistics explain that this modus operandi claimed the lives of four people. While poisoning cases can reach 30 per month, according to reports from Abel Gilbert Hospital Guayaquil.
The form of ‘Sweet Dreams’ is repeated at venues such as bars, clubs and other nightlife sites. The gangs use women to entice victims, steal their belongings or killing them. Read Article


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