Jakarta’s Drug Law no. 35/2009 has been Passed but Not Implemented

Jakarta’s Drug Law no. 35/2009 has been Passed but Not Implemented

April 24, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Most of the laws on drugs in Indonesia were put in place back in 1997. These laws indicate that those in possession of illegal drugs could receive 3 years to life in prison depending on the type of drug, and how much the culprit was holding. For trafficking, one could see imprisonment of 4 to 15 years, with the possibility of the death penalty.

Drug Smuggling SHOCKERS

Drug Smuggling SHOCKERS

April 22, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

As law enforcement continues to crack down on criminal drug distribution networks worldwide, the results are often new and ingenious ways to smuggle drugs across the borders of countries where demand is high. Some of these methods are rather innovative, while others are getting more and more sinister.

Has your Daily Exercise become Unhealthy?

Has your Daily Exercise become Unhealthy?

April 21, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Rachel Frederickson, of the American reality TV show The Biggest Loser, lost a tremendous 155 pounds (70 kilos) in a short time, and currently weighs in at 105 pounds (48 kilos) - which categorizes her as too thin for her height. When does rigorous exercise become too much? Staying on track is one thing, but is it possible to have an unhealthy addiction to exercise?

How Yoga can Aid Your Recovery

How Yoga can Aid Your Recovery

April 18, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Yoga studios are as common in most cities as a café latte or a smartphone charging station. Yet, while it has evolved to suit the needs of modern urbanites, the practice of yoga is quite ancient. Moreover, in its blend of mindfulness, physicality, and relaxation, Yoga can be better at relieving modern stress and addiction than other quick fixes and shortcuts.

Would you give your money to an addict so he can buy his next fix?

Would you give your money to an addict so he can buy his next fix?

April 17, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Social entrepreneur Michael Lodberg Olsen of Denmark has begun producing Illegal! Magazine and hiring known drug addicts to sell them – knowing full well that 90% of them are using their income to buy drugs.

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