A new U.S. Navy public serivice announcement addresses the national "bath salt" craze, showing what it’s like being high on the easily available drug from the user’s perspective, and explains from a medical perspective what it does.
John McAfee, the creator of the virus software that bears his name, is reportedly wanted for questioning in Belize in connection with the murder of American expatriate Gregory Viant Faull, 52, who recently filed a formal complaint against McAfee for firing off guns and exhibiting “roguish behavior.” It doesn’t help that McAfee may have been experimenting with bumping a bath salt base he developed himself.
In a scene all too reminiscent of the attack of Rudy Eugene, aka the Causeway Cannibal, on Ronald Poppo, in Florida this May, Richard Cimino Jr., 20, of Doylestown, Penn., was arrested after a crazed, animalistic, zombie-like attack on a woman in Hawley, but it is questionable whether pending blood tests will yield any real answers in this case either.
Two more allegedly drug-fueled human-flesh-chewing incidents, one in Florida, the other in Louisiana
Pamela McCarthy, 35, of Munnsville, New York, may have been high on bath salts when she was tasered by responding officers on Tuesday evening after police received a call about a woman beating her son.