Breaking Bad - In Real Life
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BREAKING BAD - IN REAL LIFE?

Chemistry Professors Terry David Bateman and Bradley Allen Rowland at Henderson State University in Arkansas have been arrested for reportedly making methamphetamine. The story is incredibly similar to that of the story of Series 'Breaking Bad'.

The two professors have accordingly been on administrative leave since the 11th of October, and the University's Science Centre was closed a few days previously on the 8th of October due to a report of a chemical smell from the labs. Upon investigations, there was a high level of benzyl chloride present, which is a substance helpful in the production of methamphetamine. The building reopened on the 29th of October after the air was filtered.
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The sentence for producing methamphetamine is up to 20 years in prison, and the pair are thought to receive up to 40 years in prison due to this, plus the use of drug paraphernalia. 


Methamphetamine is widely used around the globe illegally, and notably in a subculture known as 'party and play', which is based around sexual activity and methamphetamine use. It makes you feel alert, awake and aroused, and using the drug can often make the users stay awake for days on end, there will then be a massive crash.
In the UK, methamphetamines are a Class B drug, which means it is illegal to have on yourself, give away, or sell to another. If found in your possession, you can end up in prison for 5 years, and/or an unlimited fine. - If you are found supplying the drug, you can face 14 years in prison and an unlimited fine. 

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