Lamont Law has released a potentially controversial article “Covid-19 Creating Major Disruptions in the Methamphetamine Market”, bringing some cause for concern, as the article may upset people with an interest in illicit drugs.
Below is a portion of the piece, which neatly exemplifies the controversial element:
“There has been a significant reduction in methamphetamine’s availability, its purity and the number of people who are selling the drug.”
A spokesperson for Lamont Law, Alexander Angel-Graham, says “Of course Lamont Law never sets out to intentionally upset anybody. The aim of our article is to give a fair analysis of current drug use in Australia”
Although our “Covid-19 Creating Major Disruptions in the Methamphetamine Market” might unsettle certain people with an interest in illicit drugs our duty is to our readers. We believe it’s more important to tell the truth , than to please everyone. Which is notoriously difficult to do.”
Although there has been no backlash as of yet, the possibility exists as the article involves the discussion of illegal activity.
The articles states:
“There are numerous websites online which outline its production. This makes the private manufacture of the drug all the more easier. Indeed the vast majority of detected illegal laboratories are small scale and addict-based.”
The article draws largely from a number of reports published by The Australian Institute of Criminology. As well as a number of reports published by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.
These reports bring together data from a wide range of sources into the one unique report
Lamont Law has been a provider of in depth articles in the Criminal Law market for 4 years.
Lamont Law are an experienced team of criminal lawyers who regularly appear in Local and District Courts across Sydney, the Hunter Region, the North Coast and the Central Coast of New south Wales.
Lamont Law has stated the future aims for the website are become a trusted source . So the law firm hopes any controversy will pass quickly and re-emphasizes no offence is or was intended.
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