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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.
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'.