Timeline of research chemicals

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This is a timeline of research chemicals.

Full timeline

Year Month and date Event type Details Geographic location
2004 July 21 Legal Operation Web Tryp ends with the arrests of 10 people involved with the vendor sites www.racresearch.com, www.duncanlabproducts.com, www.pondman.nu, and www.americanchemicalsupply.com, www.omegafinechemicals.com.
2009 October 3 Chemical Owner of the Danish research chemical company Haupt-RC dies after ingesting an overdose quantity of their own Bromo-DragonFLY, which they mislabeled as 2C-B-FLY. This mislabeled 2C-B-FLY was consumed by researchers, and led to many overdoses and several deaths
2012 July 26 Legal Operation Log Jam, conducted jointly by the US Drug Enforcement Administration and the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, is announced. The operation ends with the arrests of more than 90 individuals and targets "every level of the synthetic designer drug industry, including retailers, wholesalers, and manufacturers".[1][2] United States
2017 November 20 Vendor lysergi.com announces closure by early January 2018.
2017 November 24 Vendor First Reddit post about chemlogix.ca.[3]
2017 December 14-18 Vendor modernchem.ca website returns database and 404 errors.
2017 December 22 Vendor theindoleshop.com comes back online, after returning a 404 error for several days; all research chemicals continue to be out of stock. Here is their explanation, saying that the owners are on a temporary hiatus.
2018 January 8 Vendor lysergi.com announces that they will not be closing on January 12 as planned; instead, a new team will take over their operations beginning on January 15th. In addition, all benzo/thienodiazepine and stimulant products will be removed beginning on January 15th. source Canada
2018 January 21 Chemical DiPT becomes available on chemlogix.ca; while the majority of hallucinogens affect the visual sense, DiPT is primarily aural.


What the timeline is still missing

important research chemical bans, DEA raids, vendor sites opening, vendor sites shutting down, notable deaths, canadarc

See also

External links

References

  1. "DEA NEWS: Nationwide Synthetic Drug Takedown - 19 million packets of synthetic drugs seized and $36 million in cash" (PDF). US Department of Justice. July 26, 2012. Retrieved February 26, 2018. 
  2. Driscoll, Matt (July 26, 2012). "DEA's 'Operation Log Jam' Targets Bath Salts and Synthetic Drug Industry Across Country, Including Vancouver". Seattle Weekly. Retrieved February 26, 2018. 
  3. "Free high purity 4-AcO-DMT sample promotion from chemlogix.ca : canad…". Archived from the original on February 9, 2018. Retrieved February 9, 2018.