by Grand Forks Herald
December 31, 2012 at 3:51 am in Grand Forks Herald
Officials are set to scrap a program in five North Dakota counties that aimed to combat methamphetamine labs by requiring farmers to lock tanks of a fertilizer used to make meth.
Tags: Fertilizer, Locks, meth, North Dakota, updates 4 Comments »
Are people that lazy that it is a”hassle” to lock your own property?
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The farm bill didn’t cover the cost of the locks
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I bet they lock their fuel tanks in the country.
Also, if you had these anhydrous tanks parked in/near your farmstead, you would want to lock them, to keep children from monkeying with them.
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The way I understand it, locking the tanks doesn’t prevent the theft, it just makes for more expensive damage when the criminals destroy the locking mechanism.
Better to leave it unlocked and lose some fertilizer than to lock it and have the fertilizer gone AND the container destroyed.
If it was up to me, pharmaceutical-grade Meth would be available over the counter to anyone, without a prescription. The “meth crisis” would be over in six months. The gene pool needs to be cleansed.
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