Man’s plot to dump tons of LSD in L.A. water supply thwarted by police

Los Angeles, CA | A former employee of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) has been arrested this week after allegedly attempting to poison the city’s water supply with a potentially dangerous synthetic hallucinogen.

Alexander S. Crow, 43, a former chemist and employee of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, is accused of trying to dump massive quantities of 251-NBOMe, a synthetic hallucinogen drug mimicking the effects of LSD, into Los Angeles’s water supply.

Crow is a member of the non-profit organization Psychedelic Rainbow Warrior Peace Force, a Los Angeles-based group which promotes the use of “legal hallucinogenic drugs” and “world peace” according to their website.

According to Police Chief P.J. Jackson of the LAPD, Crow was first intercepted by security agents after breaking into a restricted area of the LADWP with a modified milk truck tanker carrying an estimated 11,600 gallons or 43,900 liters of the synthetic hallucinogen 251-NBOMe.

According to Police Chief P.J. Jackson of the LAPD, Crow was first intercepted by security agents after breaking into a restricted area of the LADWP with a modified milk truck tanker carrying an estimated 11,600 gallons or 43,900 liters of the synthetic hallucinogen 251-NBOMe.

Psychedelic terrorist

Since the arrest, several members of the Psychedelic Rainbow Warrior Peace Force have openly collaborated with the LAPD, some even admitting they had heard of Crow’s plans to introduce hallucinogenic drugs into the city’s water supply but had dismissed it as a “delusional fantasy.”

“He’d ramble on for hours about ways to introduce hallucinogens into the water supply and how he wanted the Russian government to finance his plans. We just laughed it off as mad talk” explains Matt Sheen, a spokesman for the organization.

“He hoped that by pouring massive quantities of synthetic LSD into the water supply he would awaken the universal love within each of us, thus destroying the capitalist economy of the United States in a matter of hours and setting the stage for a new worldwide communist revolution,” he explained.

Crow had cut all ties with the non-profit organization since last October after he claimed he had received a major anonymous bitcoin donation in the millions of dollars to work on his project.

Crow also told members of the organization that the Russian government was probably behind the large sum, although he did not present any proof of this at the time, members told police.

Alexander S. Crow was an assistant chemist at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power from 2003 to 2011 after which he was allegedly fired for substance abuse problems at work according to family members.

8 Comments on "Man’s plot to dump tons of LSD in L.A. water supply thwarted by police"

  1. I personally drank 2 gallons of his stuff, but it was nowhere near as strong as my ‘BASTARD MK2’ – A Sin-thetic ale, brewed from the knickers of Lancaster Hill Folks… I personally oversaw the overthrow of North Preston. (And I remained their God for nearly 18 hours). His stuff is Maiden’s Milk! Regards. Steve.

  2. This dude is a retard does he not know lsd is not water soluble.

  3. Matt Harrison | July 28, 2018 at 9:23 pm | Reply

    Sounds like CIA dirty tricks. Blaming the Russians is a new twist, wait, scratch that. Old twist.

  4. think their to late. all the democrats in mexifornia must be on it

  5. How in the hell was he working for LADWP? His bosses should be fired for hiring the fruitcake. Dude looks gone.

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