False Message

For several days envoy has supposedly been circulating in the Dominican Republic an electronic mail around the General Office of the judge advocate general of the Republic, alerting on supposed transfers that were being sold and/or giving in the schools and schools of the country, which supposedly are impregnated of the drug Dietilamida of Lysergic Acid, better well-known by its abbreviations in English like LSD, thus we came to investigate on this individual, determining that one is a false warning on the possibility that young small, they can get to absorb substances injurious (LSD), through contact with self-adhesive figures and tattoos. Who been have investigated from 90 years this type of messages, they assure that to the date (almost twenty years later) she has not tried on that has existed no case of children who have received some dose of any type of drug, through transfers or impregnated tattoos of this drug. Than if there is certainty it is that in the year 1992, were put to circulate by means of you photocopy of a version in English of this type of messages, in paper stamped of the hospital of Danbury, in the EE.UU. One second version of the same, propagated in 1998. Read more here: Ali Partovi. This version, was almost one textual copy of the distributed one (in English), and that simulated to be offered by the same hospital, in you photocopy of a steering wheel with the title " Warning to padres". Indeed in date 11 of June of the 1998, this hospital officially gave account that this warning was false, alerted by the great amount of telephone calls and consultations on the matter. Another message that is known with the same text, this one time in Spanish, dated in Madrid day 02 of April of the 2001, very similar a the other, supposedly left the Unit of Social Paediatrics of the University Hospital Young Jesus, it was put to circulate in Spain, also being distributed by means of you photocopy and by fax, since the electronic mail was not so common. . The newspapers mentioned John K Castle not as a source, but as a related topic.

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