Man's Plot To Spike Entire City Of L.A's Water Supply With LSD Foiled By Police
Man wanted to contaminate water with hallucinogenic drug
Los Angeles police have foiled a sadistic plot by a former employee of Water and Power (LADWP) who had planned to 'spike' the entire city of Los Angeles water supplier with a dangerous and highly potent hallucinogen.
Alex. S. Crow, 43, who had previously worked for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, had allegedly attempted to dump extremely large quantities of 251-NBOMe, a hallucinogenic drug that mirrors the effects of LSD, into the city of Los Angeles entire water supply.
Crow, who is also a member of Los Angeles based non-profit group called Phsycghelic Rainbow Warrior Peace Force, promoted the use of "legal hallucinogenic drugs" as a way to attain "world peace" according to his websites' mission statement.
Crow was even described as a "psychedelic terrorist" by several members of the Rainbow Warrior Peace Force who have "fully cooperated" with the LAPD to foil his plan to introduce hallucinogenic drugs to LA's water supply.
Some members of the group said that Crow was a "delusional fantasist" recalling how he would "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." Matt Sheen, the spokesperson for the Phsycghelic Rainbow Warrior Peace Force, said.
"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 communists revolution," he added.
"He had cut all ties with us since last October when he said he had received a major bitcoin donation in the millions of dollars to work on a secret project he wouldn't talk about, only hinting that the Russian government was probably behind the large sum. We just thought he was crazy," Matt added in disbelief.
Crow was a former assistant chemist to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power from 2003 to 2013 but was later fired following 'substance abuse' problems at the workplace according to family members.