It was important that prosecutors see him and other agents as experts on the manufacturing of illegal drugs. Three of the men had a record. But I was not the man on top. If the lab was busted, the hidden packets insured they'd still have a written copy of the recipe somewhere, Dal Cason wrote. The Nazi method is also sometimes referred to as the Birch method because it builds upon the Birch reduction, a reaction first reported in by the Australian chemist Arthur Birch. The cook then adds ether, anhydrous ammonia - a compound commonly used by farmers as fertilizer — and sodium metal or lithium metal, which can be stripped from commercial batteries. Additionally, the chemicals involved were legal, and often easy to obtain. A review of reporting on drug use in Nazi Germany. Then six or eight months later, there was a phone call.
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