http://www.denverpost.com/Stories/0,1413,36~11711~1550480,00.html They're called "death bags," the Denver Post reports. Law enforcement officials say that bags of methamphetamine lab byproducts are being tossed in some unlikely places. At least one person has become ill after breathing fumes that escaped from a bag. Last week in Longmont, Co., a park employee found a suspicious object inside a trash can. It was a plastic bag filled with gasses from a meth lab. Meth makers vent . . .
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