Belgian prosecutors opened a case against seven top executives at three Belgian pharmaceutical corporations over the supply of drugs to Mexican drug baron Ezio Figueroa Vazquez.
The pharma execs are accused of supplying to Vasquez medicines based on ephedrine, helping him to produce crystal meth, a highly addictive and widely banned narcotic also known as methamphetamine.
According to Reuters, the Belgian media reported that the Mexican drug baron received at least four tones of ephedrine ...
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