Miami 'Zombie Apocalypse' Puts Bath Salts Ban in Congressional Spotlight


The Miami cannibal attack may, if lawmakers have their way, be the final straw in the fight to making sure synthetic drugs such as bath salts and synthetic marijuana are classed alongside heroin and LSD. "Looking at the Miami incident,

Mention Miami this week and the first thing people will talk about is the "zombie" attack. Once the Twitterverse finishes with the jokes, look into the lives of both men and it stops being funny and starts being sad.

Alpha-PVP is one of several synthetic compounds marketed as "bath salts" and other names. Authorities say the drugs mimic the effects of potent stimulants such as cocaine. The drugs are known to cause agitation and increased heart rate and blood

On Saturday night in Miami, a naked “zombie-like” man attacked another man, biting off parts of his face. The attack was halted only when police shot and killed the attacker, identified as 31-year old Rudy Eugene.

By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter While they are still awaiting toxicology reports confirming what potent drugs the face-eating “zombie” was on when he ripped the flesh off his victim, investigators suspect that Rudy Eugene

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