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How narcotics labs work, according to a former crystal meth dealer

Adi Jaffe was a crystal meth dealer in Los Angeles, United States, purchasing his supply from local meth labs and making his way up to deal with the Mexican cartels. Jaffe was arrested four times prior to his final arrest which resulted in his incarceration. Since leaving prison, Jaffe decided to pursue academia and attained his Ph.D. in Psychology. He now runs the IGNTD practice and lectures at UCLA. Jaffe speaks to Insider about the practicalities of running crystal meth labs. He discusses the methods behind different meth recipes, the effects of anti-drug policy on the supply, how the cartels managed to take over the trade with Superlabs, and p2p meth precursor chemicals supplied from China.
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