Police from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland have cracked down on a gang that produced vast quantities of the drug pervitin or crystal methamphetamine.
Forty one people have been charged altogether, eight in the Czech Republic. The drug was produced in illegal home labs and sold in Germany, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
650 police officers worked on the case for close to a year.
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