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Greenhill, 37, of South Parade, Whitley Bay, was sentenced to eight and a half years after admitting conspiracy to supply cocaine, heroin and ecstasy and conspiracy to supply BZP.
Tattoo artist David Pepper, 47, thought he had taken amphetamines over a four-day period in January but it was actually BZP, which can cause heart attacks and fits.
Tattoo artist David Pepper, 47, thought he had taken amphetamines over a fourday period in January but it was BZP, which can cause heart attacks and fits.
The websites also sold "party pills", containing BZP, a legal drug but one for which sellers need a certificate, which neither of the brothers had.
His plea was accepted by prosecutor Iain Willis who said BZP had become known as a "legal high" - but became classified as a class C controlled drug in December 2009.
BZP was a popular replacement for ecstasy along with other substances such as mephe-drone, which was banned by Health Minister Mary Harney earlier this month.
The aim of the present work was to examine the effect of low-temperature storage on sperm motility, the influence of sperm-to-egg ratio on fertilization rate, and to determine the BZP for embryonic development of C.
BZP - also known as Pep Love, Cosmic Kelly and The Good Stuff - was declared dangerous and illegal by the UK medicines regulator.
The main ingredient in most party pills in New Zealand is BZP.
She was accused of plotting to sell heroin, cocaine, MDMA and BZP tablets after a raid on her home, in Fouracres Road, Blakelaw.
In fact they were BZP - a "legal high" at the time used as an Ecstasy substitute, now criminalised worth a total of pounds 110 as E or BZP.
On June 28 last year, Brian Shields, aged 30, plunged 25 feet onto the A38 in Sutton Coldfield following an all-night event at Godskitchen where he had taken ecstasy and legal high BZP - more commsonly known as 'party pills'.
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